Brahms, Schumann & Mahler: Lieder Renée Fleming
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- Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897):
- 1Wiegenlied, Op. 49, No. 402:05
- 5 Lieder, Op. 106:
- 25 Lieder, Op. 106: 1. Ständchen "Der Mond steht über dem Berg"01:38
- 4 Gesänge, Op. 70:
- 34 Gesänge, Op. 70: 2. Lerchengesang02:49
- Johannes Brahms:
- 4Mondnacht, WoO 2102:37
- 9 Gesänge, Op. 69:
- 59 Gesänge, Op. 69: 4. Des Liebsten Schwur02:42
- 4 Lieder, Op. 43:
- 64 Lieder, Op. 43: 2. Die Mainacht04:18
- 49 Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33 - Book I:
- 749 Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33 - Book I: 6. Da unten im Tale02:20
- 5 Romanzen und Gesänge, Op. 84:
- 85 Romanzen und Gesänge, Op. 84: 4. Vergebliches Ständchen01:49
- Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856): Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42:
- 9Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 1. Seit ich ihn gesehen02:23
- 10Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 2. Er, der Herrlichste von allen03:09
- 11Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 3. Ich kann's nicht fassen, nicht glauben01:44
- 12Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 4. Du Ring an meinem Finger03:26
- 13Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 5. Helft mir, ihr Schwestern01:48
- 14Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 6. Süsser Freund, du blickest mich verwundert an05:06
- 15Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 7. An meinem Herzen, an meiner Brust00:59
- 16Frauenliebe und -leben Op. 42: 8. Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan04:37
- Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911): Rückert-Lieder, Op. 44:
- 17Rückert-Lieder, Op. 44: 1. Ich atmet' einen linden Duft (Live)02:25
- 18Rückert-Lieder, Op. 44: 2. Liebst du um Schönheit (Arr. Puttmann) (Live)02:29
- 19Rückert-Lieder, Op. 44: 3. Um Mitternacht (Live)05:03
- 20Rückert-Lieder, Op. 44: 4. Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder (Live)01:19
- 21Rückert-Lieder, Op. 44: 5. Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen (Live)06:38
Info for Brahms, Schumann & Mahler: Lieder
Four-time Grammy winning soprano Renée Fleming releases her first full-length lieder album for almost two decades on 14 June. The release date coincides with her London musical theatre debut, performing the role of Margaret Johnson in the Tony-winning musical The Light In The Piazza at the Royal Festival Hall.
Renée Fleming’s new album Lieder, spanning six decades of German song, features songs by Brahms, Schumann, and Mahler, each of whom bring Romantic poetry to life. Fleming is partnered by her long-standing artistic collaborator Hartmut Höll on piano for songs by Brahms, including the beloved Brahms’ ‘Lullaby’, and also for Schumann’s ‘Frauenliebe Und-Leben’. She is joined by Christian Thielemann and the Munich Philharmonic for a performance of Mahler’s ‘Rückert Lieder’.
“I love lieder for the marriage of poetry and music that allows both profound emotion and the most intimate, nuanced expression”, said Renée Fleming. “The German lied is, for me, both the foundation and the pinnacle of song literature. I am especially excited to have been able to collaborate with some of the greatest interpreters in the world for this repertoire.”
Renée Fleming, the world’s most beloved soprano, appears on the world’s leading opera stages and concert halls. Winner of the U.S. National Medal of Arts and Female Artist of the Year at the 2018 Classic Brit Awards, the “people’s diva” has been sought after for numerous distinguished occasions, from the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony to the Diamond Jubilee Concert for HM Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.
"Song has come alive for her." (Financial Times)
"Tonal beauty was allied to honestly affecting interpretation" (Daily Telegraph)
Renee Fleming, soprano
Hartmut Höll, piano
Christian Thielemann, conductor
One of the most beloved and celebrated musical ambassadors of our time, soprano Renée Fleming captivates audiences with her sumptuous voice, consummate artistry, and compelling stage presence. At a White House ceremony in July of this year, the President awarded Ms. Fleming the National Medal of Arts, America's highest honor for an individual artist. Known as “the people’s diva” and winner of the 2013 Grammy Award for Best Classical Vocal Solo, she continues to grace the world’s greatest opera stages and concert halls, now extending her reach to include other musical forms and media. Over the past few seasons, Ms. Fleming has hosted a wide variety of television and radio broadcasts, including the Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD series for movie theaters and television, and Live From Lincoln Center on PBS.
As a musical statesman, Renée Fleming has been sought after on numerous distinguished occasions, from the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony to performances in Beijing during the 2008 Olympic Games. In January 2009, Ms. Fleming was featured in the televised We Are One: The Obama Inaugural Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial concert for President Obama. In 2012, in an historic first, Ms. Fleming sang on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in the Diamond Jubilee Concert for HM Queen Elizabeth II. Ms. Fleming has also performed for the United States Supreme Court and, in November 2009, celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Czech Republic’s “Velvet Revolution” at the invitation of Václav Havel. An additional distinction was bestowed in 2008 when, breaking a precedent, Ms. Fleming became the first woman in the 125-year history of the Metropolitan Opera to solo headline an opening night gala.
In 2012, Renée Fleming added a new role to her repertoire, Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos, at Baden-Baden in a new production by Philippe Arlaud, conducted by Christian Thielemann. She appeared in the title role of Arabella in a new production at the Paris Opera, conducted by Philippe Jordan. Her Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, under the baton of Constantin Trinks, was seen at the Munich Opernfestspiele. Renée began the 2012-13 season as Desdemona in Otello at the Metropolitan Opera, conducted by Semyon Bychkov, and broadcast around the world via the MET Opera Live in HD. 2013 will find her at Carnegie Hall and Lyric Opera of Chicago in André Previn's A Streetcar Named Desire, playing Blanche DuBois, a role she created in the world premiere. In June of 2013, she returns to Vienna as the Countess in Strauss's Cappriccio, conducted by Christoph Eschenbach .
Renée's busy concert calendar this year has included galas at the San Diego Opera, Providence Performing Arts Center, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, as well as appearances with the Seattle, Vancouver, Oregon, Colorado, San Antonio, Baltimore, and Cincinnati Symphony orchestras and the Santiago Philharmonic. Renée began the 2012-13 season singing for the inaugural concerts of Christian Thielemann as principal conductor of the Staatskapelle Dresden and Yannick Nézet-Séguin as Music Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Her 2012-13 recital schedule includes Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Quito, Bogota, Guayaquil, Paris, Geneva, London, Vienna, Hong Kong, Beijing, Guangzhou, and Taipei. A January 2013 duo recital tour with Renée's friend, mezzo-soprano Susan Graham, includes San Francisco, Los Angeles, Palm Desert, Chicago, New York and Boston. For more, visit: www.reneefleming.com