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Schubert: The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Vol. 35 [CD]

Geraldine McGreevy, Graham Johnson Audio CD

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1. Gott in der Natur - Patricia Rozario
2. Schwestergruss - Geraldine McGreevy
3. Der zurnende Barbe - Ritter Von Bruchmann
4. Pilgerweise, D789 - Lynne Dawson
5. dass sie hier gewesen! - Philip Langridge
6. Lachen und weinen - Friedrich Ruckert
7. Greisengesang - Neal Davies
8. Du Bist Die Ruh' - Lynne Dawson
9. Die Wallfahrt - Friedrich Ruckert
10. Gondelfahrer - John Mark Ainsley
11. Der Sieg - Neal Davies
12. Gebet (Du Urquell ller gute) - Patricia Rozario
13. Lied eines Kriegers - Neal Davies
14. Totengrabers Heimwehe - Christopher Maltman
15. Bootgesang - London Schubert Chorale
16. Coronach - Patricia Rozario
17. Lied des gefangenen Jagers - Thomas Hampson
18. Der Tanz - Patricia Rozario

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4.0 out of 5 stars Too much contemplation 20 Aug 2000
By Sen Peng Eu - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
This is a good performance indeed, but I aspire a more spontaneous one. Lieder here are all pearls, they are numbered D7xx or D8xx. And everyone who had listened enough Schubert will automatically knew that almost every lieder numbered D7xx or D8xx was a masterpiece. But alas, lieder here are performed with too much contemplation, so it sounds a bit artificial. In my opinion, even Schubert was in his most serious, his lieder always shone with sparkles, they were naturally brought out from the heart, not the brain. The "Lachen und Weinen","Du bist the Ruh" here all sounds very calculated. Graham Johnson is still on his high level, excellent piano and brochure.
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