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GEN 15349
EAN: 4260036253498
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Franz Schubert (1797-1828)  
The Complete Choral Works for Male Voices by Franz Schubert, Vol. 1
Nachtgesang im Walde D 913
Lied im Freien D 572
Im Gegenwärtigen Vergangenes D 710
Trinklied im Mai D 427
Fischerlied D 364
Mailied (Der Schnee zerrinnt) D 202
Frühlingslied D 243
Lützows wilde Jagd D 205
Jägerlied D 204
Goldner Schein D 357
Der Entfernten D 331
Widerspruch D 865
Grab und Mond D 893
Das Grab D 569
Sehnsucht D 656
An den Frühling D 338
Frisch atmet des Morgens lebendiger Hauch D 67
Mailied (Grüner wird die Au) D 199
Willkommen, lieber schöner Mai D 244
Der Morgenstern D 203
Nachthelle D 892


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Once again, Camerata Musica Limburg enchants us with its clear, slender, and yet sonorous sound – for the fourth time with GENUIN! Moreover, this high-class male choir dedicates itself to what is possibly some of the most beautiful literature known: Schubert’s complete all-part songs will be recorded on CD. From the first note of the new series the gates of romantic era are opened wide: vast plains and deep forests… the gentlemen, under the direction of Jan Schumacher, are once again supported by a lineup of illustrious guests: in addition to the Horn Quartet Seidenberg/Sonnen, Christoph Prégardien and Andreas Weller stand out in particular. For over an hour they make blue flowers blossom for us!

Musicweb International
"profoundly beautiful (...) excellent"
Review on the Musicweb International by Em Marshall-Luck, June 2015

American Record Guide
"(...)are done very nicely, with good blend and intonation. The horns are fine, as are guest soloists Christoph Pregardien (in ‘Im Gegenwärtigen Vergangenes’) and Andreas Weller (in ‘Nachthelle’)."
Review on the American Record Guide by Paul L Althouse, 11/5/2015

"A collection of choral songs by Franz Schubert, in well balanced, rhetorical performances. Highly recommendable."
Review on the magazine Pizzicato by Guy Engels, 29/02/2016