The Austrian mezzo-soprano Klaudia Tandl, acting legend Gabriele Jacoby and the Irish pianist Niall Kinsella present with "Schubert's Women" Schubert songs and recitations by contemporary poets with a strong connection to women and the subject "love". There are classics like Das Heidenröslein, Du liebst mich nicht, Des Mädchens Klage or Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt, but also lesser known songs like Luisens Antwort, Thekla or Gretchens Bitte. These are intertwined with poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Ludwig Rellstab, Friedrich Schiller, Ignaz Franz Castelli, and Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, which Gabriele Jacoby stages in a unique way.
The Austrian mezzo-soprano Klaudia Tandl, acting legend Gabriele Jacoby and the Irish pianist Niall Kinsella present with "Schubert's Women" Schubert songs and recitations by contemporary poets with a strong connection to women and the subject "love". There are classics like Das Heidenröslein, Du liebst mich nicht, Des Mädchens Klage or Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt, but also lesser known songs like Luisens Antwort, Thekla or Gretchens Bitte. These are intertwined with poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Ludwig Rellstab, Friedrich Schiller, Ignaz Franz Castelli, and Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, which Gabriele Jacoby stages in a unique way.
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Format: CD
Label: GRMA
Rel. Date: 01/15/2021
UPC: 9003643992238

Schubert's Women
Artist: Schubert / Tandl / Kinsella
Format: CD
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The Austrian mezzo-soprano Klaudia Tandl, acting legend Gabriele Jacoby and the Irish pianist Niall Kinsella present with "Schubert's Women" Schubert songs and recitations by contemporary poets with a strong connection to women and the subject "love". There are classics like Das Heidenröslein, Du liebst mich nicht, Des Mädchens Klage or Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt, but also lesser known songs like Luisens Antwort, Thekla or Gretchens Bitte. These are intertwined with poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Ludwig Rellstab, Friedrich Schiller, Ignaz Franz Castelli, and Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, which Gabriele Jacoby stages in a unique way.