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Samuel Hasselhorn|Schubert: Glaube, Hoffnung, Liebe. Lieder

Schubert: Glaube, Hoffnung, Liebe. Lieder

Samuel Hasselhorn, Joseph Middleton

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Yes, Schubert song recitals are a dime a dozen (or two a penny), and yes, the organizing principles for this release by baritone Samuel Hasselhorn sound pretty general, both in the title ("Belief, Hope, Love") and in the various marketing materials that accompany the album. Nevertheless, no one should be thereby discouraged from checking out what is an absolutely top-notch Schubert recital from Hasselhorn and ace accompanist Joseph Middleton. What unifies the group is that the 15 songs included here are some of Schubert's most daring, most individual works in the form. There are a few familiar numbers, including Erlkönig, D. 328, the most famous Schubert song of all, but placed in this context, surrounded by unique pieces, its originality shines forth anew. Many of the pieces will be new even to confirmed Schubertians. There are longer ballads of the sort singers always seem uncertain what to do with like Der Zwerg, D. 771, a truly existential song in the form of Totengräbers Heimweh, D. 842, and, to close, a spoken melodrama scene, Schubert's only one, Abschied von der Erde, D. 829. The pieces are all tied in the notes into Schubert's life and into the poetic scene that surrounded him; the excitement of his encounter with Goethe's poetry in Rastlose Liebe, D. 138, has rarely been put across as convincingly as it is here. This adds up to an absolutely gripping recital that catches something of the feverish creative atmosphere in which these songs arose. The sound from La Courroie in Entraigues sur la Sorgue, France, is ideal.
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Schubert: Glaube, Hoffnung, Liebe. Lieder

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1
Glaube, Hoffnung und Liebe, D. 955
00:04:30

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

2
Sehnsucht, D. 636
00:04:18

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

3
An den Mond in einer Herbstnacht, D. 614
00:07:50

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

4
Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren, D. 360
00:02:53

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

5
Totengräbers Heimweh, D. 842
00:07:24

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

6
Der blinde Knabe, D. 833
00:03:38

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

7
Erlkönig, D. 328
00:04:02

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

8
Litanei auf das Fest Allerseelen, D. 343
00:05:20

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

9
Rastlose Liebe, D. 138
00:01:22

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

10
Der Zwerg, D. 771
00:05:25

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

11
Des Fischers Liebesglück, D. 933
00:07:58

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

12
Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D. 774
00:03:39

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

13
Nacht und Träume, D. 827
00:04:06

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

14
Abschied, D. 475
00:06:15

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

15
Abschied von der Erde, D. 829
00:02:59

Franz Schubert, Composer - Joseph Middleton, Piano, MainArtist - Samuel Hasselhorn, MainArtist, BaritoneVocals

2022 harmonia mundi 2022 harmonia mundi

Album Description

Yes, Schubert song recitals are a dime a dozen (or two a penny), and yes, the organizing principles for this release by baritone Samuel Hasselhorn sound pretty general, both in the title ("Belief, Hope, Love") and in the various marketing materials that accompany the album. Nevertheless, no one should be thereby discouraged from checking out what is an absolutely top-notch Schubert recital from Hasselhorn and ace accompanist Joseph Middleton. What unifies the group is that the 15 songs included here are some of Schubert's most daring, most individual works in the form. There are a few familiar numbers, including Erlkönig, D. 328, the most famous Schubert song of all, but placed in this context, surrounded by unique pieces, its originality shines forth anew. Many of the pieces will be new even to confirmed Schubertians. There are longer ballads of the sort singers always seem uncertain what to do with like Der Zwerg, D. 771, a truly existential song in the form of Totengräbers Heimweh, D. 842, and, to close, a spoken melodrama scene, Schubert's only one, Abschied von der Erde, D. 829. The pieces are all tied in the notes into Schubert's life and into the poetic scene that surrounded him; the excitement of his encounter with Goethe's poetry in Rastlose Liebe, D. 138, has rarely been put across as convincingly as it is here. This adds up to an absolutely gripping recital that catches something of the feverish creative atmosphere in which these songs arose. The sound from La Courroie in Entraigues sur la Sorgue, France, is ideal.
© TiVo

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