Emoción

CD album cover 'Emoción' (GEN 12234) with Carolina Ullrich, Marcelo Amaral

GEN 12234 EAN: 4260036252347

18.5.2012 Special offer
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What do the Spaniard Fernando J. Obradors, the Frenchman Reynaldo Hahn, the German Richard Strauss and the Brazilian Francisco Ernani Braga have in common? All set texts of passion and love in the language of the cultural area precisely corresponding to that of Carolina Ullrich and Marcelo Amaral. The German-Chilean soprano – presently engaged at the Semperoper – and the Brazilian pianist Marcelo Amaral soulfully combine, on their debut CD issued by GENUIN, the subjects that convey universal meaning throughout the world: love, jealousy, joy of living and laughter from the eyes of children.

Fanfare
"Love for every single song she performs, and hopefully, that the listener will love these songs at least half as much as she does."
Review on the magazine Fanfare, 10/08/2012

American Record Guide
"Ullrich is surely one of the most promising young singers active today, with glistening top notes balanced by warmth in the lower register, flawless diction, and effortless musicality. Also impressive is the way Ullrich and Amaral work together like a single musical unit. Their performance of this thoughtful program is a pleasure to hear."
Review on the American Record Guide by Sudie Marcuse, 12. November 2012

Carolina Ullrich Soprano
Marcelo Amaral Piano

What do the Spaniard Fernando J. Obradors, the Frenchman Reynaldo Hahn, the German Richard Strauss and the Brazilian Francisco Ernani Braga have in common? All set texts of passion and love in the language of the cultural area precisely corresponding to that of Carolina Ullrich and Marcelo Amaral. The German-Chilean soprano – presently engaged at the Semperoper – and the Brazilian pianist Marcelo Amaral soulfully combine, on their debut CD issued by GENUIN, the subjects that convey universal meaning throughout the world: love, jealousy, joy of living and laughter from the eyes of children.

Fanfare
"Love for every single song she performs, and hopefully, that the listener will love these songs at least half as much as she does."
Review on the magazine Fanfare, 10/08/2012

American Record Guide
"Ullrich is surely one of the most promising young singers active today, with glistening top notes balanced by warmth in the lower register, flawless diction, and effortless musicality. Also impressive is the way Ullrich and Amaral work together like a single musical unit. Their performance of this thoughtful program is a pleasure to hear."
Review on the American Record Guide by Sudie Marcuse, 12. November 2012

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Tracklist

  1. Fernando J. Obradors (1897–1945)

    Al Amor
  2. La mi sola, Laureola
  3. Del cabello más sutil
  4. Coracón, porqué pasáis
  5. Con amores, la mi madre
  6. El majo celoso
  7. Chiquitita la novia
  8. Reynaldo Hahn (1874–1947)

    À Chloris
  9. Le Printemps
  10. Le Rossignol des Lilas
  11. Mai
  12. La dernière valse
  13. Richard Strauss (1864–1949)

    Begegnung
  14. Rote Rosen
  15. Das Rosenband
  16. Die erwachte Rose
  17. Muttertändelei
  18. Meinem Kinde
  19. Ständchen
  20. Francisco Ernani Braga (1888–1948)

    Capim di Pranta
  21. A casinha pequenina
  22. O´Kinimbá
  23. Sao Joao-da-ra-rao
  24. Nigue-Nigue-Ninhas
  25. Engenho novo!

What do the Spaniard Fernando J. Obradors, the Frenchman Reynaldo Hahn, the German Richard Strauss and the Brazilian Francisco Ernani Braga have in common? All set texts of passion and love in the language of the cultural area precisely corresponding to that of Carolina Ullrich and Marcelo Amaral. The German-Chilean soprano – presently engaged at the Semperoper – and the Brazilian pianist Marcelo Amaral soulfully combine, on their debut CD issued by GENUIN, the subjects that convey universal meaning throughout the world: love, jealousy, joy of living and laughter from the eyes of children.

Fanfare
"Love for every single song she performs, and hopefully, that the listener will love these songs at least half as much as she does."
Review on the magazine Fanfare, 10/08/2012

American Record Guide
"Ullrich is surely one of the most promising young singers active today, with glistening top notes balanced by warmth in the lower register, flawless diction, and effortless musicality. Also impressive is the way Ullrich and Amaral work together like a single musical unit. Their performance of this thoughtful program is a pleasure to hear."
Review on the American Record Guide by Sudie Marcuse, 12. November 2012