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Lieder (Volume 1)

Wilhelm Kienzl

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Lieder (Volume 1)

Christiane Libor

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4 Lieder, Op. 2: No. 2. Es tont ein voller Harfenklang (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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4 Lieder, Op. 2: No. 2. Es tont ein voller Harfenklang
00:03:31

Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

Fruhlingslieder, Op. 33: No. 1. Lenz! (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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Fruhlingslieder, Op. 33: No. 1. Lenz!
00:01:14

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

9 Lieder im Volkston, Op. 6: No. 6. Hochzeitslied (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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9 Lieder im Volkston, Op. 6: No. 6. Hochzeitslied
00:01:03

Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

9 Lieder im Volkston, Op. 6: No. 1. Die verschwiegene Nachtigall (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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9 Lieder im Volkston, Op. 6: No. 1. Die verschwiegene Nachtigall
00:02:30

Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

9 Lieder im Volkston, Op. 6: No. 3. Die blauen Husaren (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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9 Lieder im Volkston, Op. 6: No. 3. Die blauen Husaren
00:01:14

Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

8 Lieder der Liebe, Op. 8: No. 2. Wehmut (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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8 Lieder der Liebe, Op. 8: No. 2. Wehmut
00:02:44

Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

Geliebt-Vergessen, Op. 18 (excerpts) (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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No. 3. Im Glucke
00:02:27

Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

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No. 8. Gesunden
00:03:13

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

Geliebt-Vergessen, Op. 18: No. 5. Deingedenken (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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Geliebt-Vergessen, Op. 18: No. 5. Deingedenken
00:03:30

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

Geliebt-Vergessen, Op. 18: No. 6. Traumesahnung (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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Geliebt-Vergessen, Op. 18: No. 6. Traumesahnung
00:01:57

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

2 Lieder, Op. 37: No. 2. Triftiger Grund (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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2 Lieder, Op. 37: No. 2. Triftiger Grund
00:01:45

Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

2 Lieder, Op. 39: No. 1. Sehnsucht nach Vergessen (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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2 Lieder, Op. 39: No. 1. Sehnsucht nach Vergessen
00:03:44

Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

3 Lieder, Op. 25: No. 2. Mephistopheles' Lied in Auerbachs Keller (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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3 Lieder, Op. 25: No. 2. Mephistopheles' Lied in Auerbachs Keller
00:01:52

Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

2 Lieder, Op. 38: No. 1. Der Leiermann (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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2 Lieder, Op. 38: No. 1. Der Leiermann
00:02:31

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

3 Lieder, Op. 32: No. 15. Roslein und Schmetterling (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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3 Lieder, Op. 32: No. 15. Roslein und Schmetterling
00:01:51

Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

3 Volkslieder, Op. 31: No. 2. Der Kuss (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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3 Volkslieder, Op. 31: No. 2. Der Kuss
00:01:18

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

2 Lieder aus Osten, Op. 35: No. 1. Romanze (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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2 Lieder aus Osten, Op. 35: No. 1. Romanze
00:02:59

Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

2 Lieder aus Osten, Op. 35: No. 2. Der Tambourinspieler (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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2 Lieder aus Osten, Op. 35: No. 2. Der Tambourinspieler
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Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

2 Lieder, Op. 42: No. 2. Die Urgrossmutter (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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2 Lieder, Op. 42: No. 2. Die Urgrossmutter
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Christiane Libor, soprano - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

3 Lieder, Op. 32: No. 1. Jung Werners Lied (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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3 Lieder, Op. 32: No. 1. Jung Werners Lied
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Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

6 Lieder, Op. 55: No. 1. An die Nacht (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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6 Lieder, Op. 55: No. 1. An die Nacht
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Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

6 Lieder, Op. 55: No. 2. Augenblicke (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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6 Lieder, Op. 55: No. 2. Augenblicke
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Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

6 Lieder, Op. 55: No. 6. Abendlied (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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6 Lieder, Op. 55: No. 6. Abendlied
00:02:41

Carsten Süss, tenor - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

3 Gesange, Op. 69a: No. 1. Asphodelen (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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3 Gesange, Op. 69a: No. 1. Asphodelen
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Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

3 Gesange, Op. 69a: No. 3. Letzte Reise (Wilhelm Kienzl)

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3 Gesange, Op. 69a: No. 3. Letzte Reise
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Jochen Kupfer, baritone - Stacey Bartsch, piano

2011 Chandos 2011 Chandos

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