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Schubert, Hermann Prey - Hermann Prey Sings Schubert album

Schubert, Hermann Prey - Hermann Prey Sings Schubert album Performer: Schubert
Title: Hermann Prey Sings Schubert
Style: Opera
Size MP3: 1991 mb
Size FLAC: 1472 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: VQF MP4 AHX WAV MIDI APE ASF

Hermann Prey ( Berlin, 11 July 1929 – Krailling, 22 July 1998) was a German lyric baritone, who was equally at home in the Lied, operatic and concert repertoires. His American debut was in November 1952, with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Eugene Ormandy, and his American recital debut took place in 1956, at New York's Carnegie Hall.

Gerald Moore Piano, Hermann Prey Bass-baritone. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Opera Arias: Hermann Prey sings Mozart, Rossini, Lortzing, etc. Hermann Prey. Singers of the Century: Hermann Prey: Winterreise, O. 9, . 11 (Remastered 2019). Naxos featured album.

Franz Schubert LIEDER 1. D 637 Hoffnung (Schiller) 0:00 2. D 283 An den Fruhling (Schiller) 3. D 588 Der Alpenjager (Schiller) 5:12 4. D 52 Sehnsucht (Schiller) 11:05 5. D 583 Gruppe aus dem Tartarus (Schiller) 15:09 6. D 794 Der Pilgrim (Schiller) 18:04 7. D 764 Der Musensohn (Goethe) 8. D 25. .D 224 Wandrers Nachtlied (Goethe) 44:58 Hermann Prey, Bariton Gerald Moore, Piano Re. 1960.

Philharmonic: prey sings schubert. The occasion for the Schubert portion of the program was the German baritone Hermann Prey, who is also singing three evenings of piano-accompanied Schubert lieder at the 92d Street Y on successive Wednesdays starting this week. In the late 1970's, Mr. Prey made two LP's of orchestrated Schubert songs, and all but one of those he sang last week were on the recordings.

Schubert: Alfonso und Estrella. Schubert: Alfonso & Estrella. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album.

Some critics have dismissed baritone Hermann Prey as a mere crooner, as if his beauty of tone and phrasing, his mere concern with beauty, were enough to damn him. They point to his use of subtle portamento, his discreet glissando, and his occasional vibrato at the end of phrases - to his employment of the simple tools of the singer's trade - as signs of his lesser status as an interpreter. They say that the singer who would use such vocal tricks could hardly be taken seriously as an artist. Listen to either of Prey's recordings of Winterreise and say that.

To mark the occasion, Deutsche Grammophon is now releasing a digital album that brings together 25 essentials from the great baritone. The compilation celebrates the charismatic singer as a gifted fast-paced artist, who understood just as brilliantly on coquettish Mozart rolls as on the often tragic seriousness of the romantic art song. Prey sings her in every manner, completely unopposed, as if he had never done anything else. In Christmas carols by Peter Cornelius, his romantic gift then assumes solemn dimensions, whereas in the duet with Júlia Várady in the bat-aria "This decency, so manners" again the winking entertainer emerges.

Listen to music from Hermann Prey like Schwanengesang, D. 957: No. 1, Liebesbotschaft (Live), Rossini: Il Barbiere Di Siviglia, Act 1 - N. Cavatina: "Largo Al Factotum" & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hermann Prey. Hermann Prey (July 11, 1929 – July 22, 1998) was a German baritone. He was born in Berlin and grew up in Nazi Germany. He was scheduled to be drafted when World War II ended.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 An Die Musik D. 547
Written By – Schober*
A2 Die Forelle D. 550
Written By – Schubart*
A3 Du Bist Die Ruh D. 776
Written By – Rückert*
A4 Ständchen D. 889
Written By – Schlegel*, Reil*, Shakespeare*
A5 Romanze D. 797
Written By – Chézy*
A6 Auf Dem Wasser Zu Singen D. 774
Written By – Graf Zu Stolberg*
A7 Der Kreuzzug D. 932
Written By – Von Leitner*
B1 Erlkönig D. 328
Written By – Goethe*
B2 Heidenröslein D. 257
Written By – Goethe*
B3 Rastlose Liebe D. 138
Written By – Goethe*
B4 Ganymed D. 544
Written By – Goethe*
B5 An Schwager Kronos D. 369
Written By – Goethe*
B6 Der Fischer D. 225
Written By – Goethe*
B7 Der Musensohn D. 764
Written By – Goethe*
B8 An Den Mond D. 259
Written By – Goethe*

Credits

  • Cover – Hermann Prey