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Konstantin Krimmel|Franz Liszt: Songs, Vol. II "Der du von dem Himmel bist"

Franz Liszt: Songs, Vol. II "Der du von dem Himmel bist"

Konstantin Krimmel, Daniel Heide

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This is the second volume of a planned series of Liszt songs. The pianist Daniel Heide discovered some of the originals and has put the program together. He is joined on the recording by baritone Konstantin Krimmel, who recently joined the Munich State Opera team.

Compared with the catalogues of Schubert, Loewe, or Schumann, the Lieder output of Franz Liszt seems quite modest in terms of quantity. Unexpected obstacles make it difficult, however, to obtain an overview of the entire catalogue. Not all of Liszt's songs are published as sheet music, and this has always been the case; the only currently available collection is a meager anthology of ca. 40 Lieder. The old, 3-volume Leipzig collection edited by C. F. Kahnt contains 57 songs, whereas the most complete edition is the one from 1919-1920 by Carl Alexander, Archduke of Weimar, which is hard to come by.

In the meantime, Internet platforms such as Petrucci (imslp.org) have become well-stocked archives where one can find older sheet music that would otherwise be unavailable. According to Daniel Heide's research in the past ten years, Franz Liszt had an output of ca. 85 Lieder, or, shall we say, "titles". If we also count his revisions or completely new versions of songs, we can speak of a total of 135 to 140 songs. Curiously enough, brief songs by Liszt continue to turn up in estates and auctions all over Europe. As a travelling virtuoso, Liszt occasionally wrote down entire songs in guest books when he was invited to the homes of nobility, or to perform in evening soirées. One can also find a few songs he wrote as "arrangements" of melodies or poems of his patrons or benefactors. Several Lieder gems by Liszt are still slumbering in the Goethe-Schiller Archive in Weimar. for instance. © CAvi-Music

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1
Es war ein König von Thule, S. 278B
00:03:53

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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2
Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen aß, S. 297B
00:02:39

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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3
Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh', S. 306B
00:04:07

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2020 Daniel Heide & Konstantin Krimmel / Avi-Service for music 2022 Avi-Service for music

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Der du von dem Himmel bist, S. 279C
00:03:39

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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5
Freudvoll und leidvoll, S. 280C
00:03:12

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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6
Gebet, S. 331
00:04:20

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Einst, S. 332
00:00:56

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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An Edlitam, S. 333
00:02:18

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Der Glückliche, S. 334
00:01:55

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Du bist wioe eine Blume, S. 287B
00:01:58

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2020 Daniel Heide & Konstantin Krimmel / Avi-Service for music 2022 Avi-Service for music

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Im Rhein im schönen Strome, S. 272B
00:02:54

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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12
Morgens stegh' ich auf und frage, S. 290B
00:02:32

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen, S. 311B
00:02:21

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Vergiftet sind meine Lieder, S. 289B
00:01:43

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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15
Der Fichtenbaum steht einsam, S. 309B
00:03:09

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Die Loreley, S. 273B
00:06:45

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Des Tages laute Stimmen schweigen, S. 337
00:04:32

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Verlassen, S. 336
00:04:10

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Und wir dachten der Toten, S. 338
00:02:21

Franz Liszt, Composer - Daniel Heide, Piano, MainArtist - Konstantin Krimmel, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

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Albumbeschreibung

This is the second volume of a planned series of Liszt songs. The pianist Daniel Heide discovered some of the originals and has put the program together. He is joined on the recording by baritone Konstantin Krimmel, who recently joined the Munich State Opera team.

Compared with the catalogues of Schubert, Loewe, or Schumann, the Lieder output of Franz Liszt seems quite modest in terms of quantity. Unexpected obstacles make it difficult, however, to obtain an overview of the entire catalogue. Not all of Liszt's songs are published as sheet music, and this has always been the case; the only currently available collection is a meager anthology of ca. 40 Lieder. The old, 3-volume Leipzig collection edited by C. F. Kahnt contains 57 songs, whereas the most complete edition is the one from 1919-1920 by Carl Alexander, Archduke of Weimar, which is hard to come by.

In the meantime, Internet platforms such as Petrucci (imslp.org) have become well-stocked archives where one can find older sheet music that would otherwise be unavailable. According to Daniel Heide's research in the past ten years, Franz Liszt had an output of ca. 85 Lieder, or, shall we say, "titles". If we also count his revisions or completely new versions of songs, we can speak of a total of 135 to 140 songs. Curiously enough, brief songs by Liszt continue to turn up in estates and auctions all over Europe. As a travelling virtuoso, Liszt occasionally wrote down entire songs in guest books when he was invited to the homes of nobility, or to perform in evening soirées. One can also find a few songs he wrote as "arrangements" of melodies or poems of his patrons or benefactors. Several Lieder gems by Liszt are still slumbering in the Goethe-Schiller Archive in Weimar. for instance. © CAvi-Music

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