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Liszt: Dante Symphony, Tasso... (Bonus Track Edition)

Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits

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The series of recordings with Kirill Karabits conducting the Staatskapelle Weimar, continuing a tradition dating back to Liszt's years as Kapellmeister there, have been strongly acclaimed. With this release, listeners can sample a fine performance of one of the major Liszt tone poems, Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo, and hear some lesser-known works. The latter includes a pair of world premieres (for online listeners, at least), which will be motivation enough for perfect Lisztians. The first is the Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier, S. 114, a sort of festive overture composed for a celebration of Schiller's work. This is thoroughly enjoyable, and it's a rare mood for Liszt. That work served as an overture to the melodrama Vor Hundert Jahren, S. 347, a little play with background music showing two characters, Germania and Poesie, being guided by the spirit of Schiller; the music quotes the finale theme of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Op. 125, several times along the way. This work was performed previously by Karabits in English with the Bournemouth Symphony, but this reading, available online or as a download only, is apparently the first recording of the original German (the German text does not appear to be available anywhere online). To see what Karabits can really do, sample Tasso, and especially the Dante Symphony, with its gloomy evocation of the Inferno in its opening movement. Karabits's performance of this large work is several minutes longer than average, without dragging in the least: he gets the moody quality that is lost in splashier readings. A very strong Liszt release, with fine sound from the Congress Centrum Neue Weimarhalle.
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Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier, S. 114 (Franz Liszt)

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Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier, S. 114 World Premiere Recording
00:10:58

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Tasso. Lamento e Trionfo, S. 96 "Symphonic Poem No. 2" (Franz Liszt)

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Tasso. Lamento e Trionfo, S. 96 "Symphonic Poem No. 2" Symphonic Poem No. 2
00:21:25

Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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A Symphony to Dante's Divina Commedia in B-Flat Major, S. 109 (Franz Liszt)

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I. Inferno
00:21:03

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II. Purgatorio
00:18:02

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III. Magnificat
00:07:31

Damen des Opernchores des Deutschen Nationaltheaters Weimar - Knabenchor der Jenaer Philharmonie - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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Vor hundert Jahren, S. 347 (Franz Liszt)

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I. Allegro appassionato
00:01:16

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II. "Wohin entflieh' ich ?" (Germania)
00:00:46

Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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III. Andante - "Oh heil'ge Eintracht" (Germania) Live
00:02:36

Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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IV. "Glück auf, Germania !" (Poesie, Germania)
00:03:35

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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V. Andante un poco mosso (Parzenlied) - "Vielleicht ist's eines großen Menschen Nähe..." [Poesie, Germania, Clotho, Lachesis, Atropos]
00:04:53

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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VI. "Vernahmst du sie ?" (Poesie, Germania)
00:02:47

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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VII. Freude schöner Götterfunken von Beethoven - "Sprich weiter" (Germania, Poesie) Live
00:03:59

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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VIII. Allegro (Ein freies Leben führen wir) - "Erfolg begrüßt ihn" [Germania, Poesie]
00:02:55

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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IX. Maestoso "Gedankenvoll, gereift zum Meister, der er werden soll..." (Poesie)
00:01:46

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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X. Allegro. Reiterlied 'Wohlauf Kameraden, aufs Pferd' aus Friedrich Schillers Wallenstein
00:00:36

Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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XI. "Du schweigst ?" (Germania, Poesie)
00:03:17

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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XII. Sehr langsam - "Wie jene Jungfrau..." (Poesie)
00:02:21

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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XIII. "Sein letztes Lied" (Germania, Poesie)
00:01:59

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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XIV. "Blick hin !" (Poesie, Germania)
00:02:06

Nadja Robiné, Actress (Germania) - Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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XV. Das ganze Deutschland soll es sein - "Du aber Zukunft" (Poesie) - Schluss. So soll es sein
00:02:45

Sebastian Kowski, Actor (Poesie) - Staatskapelle Weimar - Kirill Karabits, Conductor - Franz Liszt, Composer

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Album Description

The series of recordings with Kirill Karabits conducting the Staatskapelle Weimar, continuing a tradition dating back to Liszt's years as Kapellmeister there, have been strongly acclaimed. With this release, listeners can sample a fine performance of one of the major Liszt tone poems, Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo, and hear some lesser-known works. The latter includes a pair of world premieres (for online listeners, at least), which will be motivation enough for perfect Lisztians. The first is the Künstlerfestzug zur Schillerfeier, S. 114, a sort of festive overture composed for a celebration of Schiller's work. This is thoroughly enjoyable, and it's a rare mood for Liszt. That work served as an overture to the melodrama Vor Hundert Jahren, S. 347, a little play with background music showing two characters, Germania and Poesie, being guided by the spirit of Schiller; the music quotes the finale theme of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Op. 125, several times along the way. This work was performed previously by Karabits in English with the Bournemouth Symphony, but this reading, available online or as a download only, is apparently the first recording of the original German (the German text does not appear to be available anywhere online). To see what Karabits can really do, sample Tasso, and especially the Dante Symphony, with its gloomy evocation of the Inferno in its opening movement. Karabits's performance of this large work is several minutes longer than average, without dragging in the least: he gets the moody quality that is lost in splashier readings. A very strong Liszt release, with fine sound from the Congress Centrum Neue Weimarhalle.
© TiVo

Details of original recording : Recorded Congress Centrum Neue Weimarhalle (Germany), August 17-20, 2018 (Dante) - April 14-15, 2019 (Tasso/Künstlerfestzug)

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