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GEN 23817
EAN: 4260036258172
3.3.2023
18.90 €

Karol Szymanowski (18821937)  
Vier Lieder nach Gedichten von Tadeusz Micinski, Op. 11 (1904/1905)
Ich bin so trübe
Im verzauberten Walde
Über mir fliegt im Blau des Meeres
Brause, o Sturm!
Alexander Labyrich (*1988)  
Drei Lieder aus dem Liederzyklus nach Gedichten von Georgi Iwanow
Sprich mit mir (2010)
Die Kälte wird kommen (2009)
Meine Sehnsucht kann man nicht überwinden (2016)
Franz Schubert (17971828)  
Nachtstück, Op. 36, Nr. 2, D 672 (1819, 1. Fassung)
Franz Schubert (17971828)  
Der Zwerg, Op. 22, Nr. 1, D 771 (1823)
Franz Schubert (17971828)  
Der Jüngling auf dem Hügel, Op. 8, Nr. 1, D 702 (1820)
Dmitri Smirnow (*1952)  
Die stillen Wasser, Liederzyklus nach vier Gedichten von Federico García Lorca (1984)
Der Zitronenhain
Das Lied
Der Abschied
Die stillen Wasser
Richard Strauss (18641949)  
Ein Röslein zog ich mir im Garten, AV 49 (1878)
Richard Strauss (18641949)  
Ach, was Kummer, Qual und Schmerzen, Op. 49, Nr. 8 (1901)
Richard Strauss (18641949)  
Das Rosenband, Op. 36, Nr. 1 (1898)
Richard Strauss (18641949)  
Nachtgang, Op. 29, Nr. 3 (1895)
Richard Strauss (18641949)  
Ruhe, meine Seele, Op. 27, Nr. 1 (1894)
   

Meine Seele weinte My Soul Wept


Songs by Karol Szymanowski, Alexander Labyrich, Franz Schubert, Dmitri Smirnow and Richard Strauss


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Meine Seele weinte ("My soul wept") is the title of the versatile mezzo-soprano Natalya Boeva's new CD featuring lieder spanning a wide variety of epochs, languages, and styles. It is a co-production of GENUIN and the Bayerischer Rundfunk. Together with her piano partner Polina Spirina, the winner of the ARD International Music Competition in Voice 2018 immerses herself in an exciting selection of works by the great lied composers Franz Schubert, Richard Strauss, and Karol Szymanowski and the contemporary Russian composers Alexander Labyrich and Dmitri Smirnov. Arguably no other genre can probe the most intimate human feelings of deep sorrow and quiet hope as profoundly as the lied. Natalya Boeva and Polina Spirina trace the most subtle emotions and the most imperceptible color shifts of these treasures with utmost precision a moving interpretation of an extraordinary program!


Augsburger Allgemeine
"Pain, grief, emotion - a mixture out of which, however, as Natalya Boeva herself argues in the booklet of the CD, a transformation takes place, a catharsis, a purification through art."
Review by Stefan Dosch, 10.03.2023