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150th Birthday of Richard Strauss - GENUIN Congratulates with Nine Recordings


11.6.2014: The composer and conductor Richard Strauss was born in Munich 150 years ago today. With tone poems including Don Juan, Thus Spake Zarathustra and Don Quixote, vocal works including the Four Last Songs, Krämerspiegel (The Shopkeeper's Mirror) and Songs of the Orient, the operas Elektra, Capriccio and Daphne, orchestral music such as the Horn Concerto as well as ballet and chamber music, he left us a wide repertoire and is considered one of the most important romantic composers. These nine Strauss recordings issued by GENUIN show that the Munich composer inspired musicians of the most varied kinds, offering ample proof of his enormous versatility.

Richard Strauss on GENUIN:

Works for Cello and Piano by Richard Strauss, Françis Poulenc, Wolfgang Rihm
Benedict Klöckner, Cello
José Gallardo, Piano
GEN 14313

Franz Schubert: Fantasia in C major
Richard Strauss: Violin sonata, Op. 18 in E-flat major

Nina Karmon, Violin
Maria Sofianska, Piano
GEN 14310

Emoción
Works by Fernando J. Obradors, Reynaldo Hahn, Richard Strauss and Francisco Ernani Braga

Carolina Ullrich, Soprano
Marcelo Amaral, Piano
GEN 12234

Duo Staemmler
Works by Beethoven, Miaskovsky, Lutoslawski, Strauss

Peter-Philipp Staemmler , Cello
Hansjacob Staemmler , Piano
GEN 10168

Works for Violin and Piano
by Bach, Beethoven, Strauss and Waxman

Christoph Seybold, Violin
Milana Chernyavska, Piano
GEN 10171

Cornelia Ptassek - Soprano
Arias by T. Traetta, W. A. Mozart, L. Cherubini, G. Verdi, G. Puccini, R. Strauss

Cornelia Ptassek, Soprano
GEN 86080

Wiener Spätromantik
Songs by Johannes Brahms, Gustav Mahler, Alban Berg and Richard Strauss

Jale Papila, Alto
Michael Balke, Piano
GMP 04511

Nachtwanderer
Songs by Johannes Brahms, Fanny Hensel, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss

Ann-Katrin Naidu, Mezzo-soprano
Robert Kulek, Piano
GMP 04507

Lieder
Works by R. Schumann, H. Pfitzner and R. Strauss

Andreas Post, Tenor
Tatjana Dravenau, Piano
GMP 020204-1