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GEN 16402
EAN: 4260036254020
18.90 €

Franz Liszt (1811–1886)  
Mignons Lied
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (second version, 1854)
Franz Liszt  
Es rauschen die Winde
Ludwig Rellstab (second version, 1849)
Franz Liszt  
Es war ein König in Thule
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (second version, 1856)
Franz Liszt  
Der du von dem Himmel bist
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (first version, 1842)
Franz Liszt  
Im Rhein, im schönen Strome
Heinrich Heine (second version, 1855)
Franz Liszt  
Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth
Felix von Lichnowsky (version for piano solo, 1849)
Franz Liszt  
Die Loreley
Heinrich Heine (1854–56)
Franz Liszt  
Il m’aimait tant
Delphine de Girardin (1843)
Franz Liszt  
Bist du!
Elim Metschersky (second version, 1879)
Franz Liszt  
Ihr Auge
Karl Herloßsohn (1843–49)
Franz Liszt  
Three songs from Schiller’s Wilhelm Tell · Friedrich Schiller (second version, 1850–60)
Der Fischerknabe
Der Hirt
Der Alpenjäger
Franz Liszt  
Ihr Glocken von Marling
Emil Kuh (1874)
Franz Liszt  
Den Felsengipfel stieg ich einst hinan
world premiere recording · Anonymous (fragment, 1843)
Franz Liszt  
I’ vidi in terra angelici costumi
Francesco Petrarca (second version, 1864–82)

Like the Sky in Rome

A Journey to Italy in Songs by Franz Liszt

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With this CD, Clemens Müller and I-chiao Shih are championing the work of a great but wrongfully neglected Lieder composer: Franz Liszt! Pianist Clemens Müller, who has already released the highly positively received Voyage down the Danube with GENUIN, and Taiwanese Mezzo-soprano I-chiao Shih, the winner of many international awards, soar up to Lieder heaven on the harmonies of the master’s own Steingraeber grand piano from 1847. And when we hear the warmth of Shih’s voice and Müller’s sensitive piano accompaniment, there is no doubt in our minds that Liszt, up on his cloud, is applauding in approval. Fans of art song take note: each Lied is more beautiful than the next, and we can easily get hooked…