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Kalbeck, Max (1850-1921)  

Max Kalbeck

born: 4 January 1850
died: 4 May 1921
country: Germany

Max Kalbeck was a member of the Brahms inner circle. There was no one quite like him in the history of the Lied: he was a musicologist (born in Breslau) who wrote the biography Johannes Brahms (still unsurpassed in detail, and published in eight volumes) as well as being capable of more than decent poetry. The position that Kalbeck occupied in music and letters was thus an unusual one, and he became a prolific critic and writer of articles for the leading Viennese newspapers.

from notes by Graham Johnson 2010

'Brahms & Schumann: Voices of the Night' (CDA66053)
Brahms & Schumann: Voices of the Night
'Brahms: Songs' (CDA66444)
Brahms: Songs
'Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 1 – Angelika Kirchschlager' (CDJ33121)
Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 1 – Angelika Kirchschlager
'Brahms: Zigeunerlieder' (CDA67775)
Brahms: Zigeunerlieder
'Schubert: Der Wanderer & other songs' (CDA68010)
Schubert: Der Wanderer & other songs
MP3 £7.99FLAC £7.99ALAC £7.99Buy by post £10.50 Studio Master: FLAC 24-bit 88.2 kHz £12.00ALAC 24-bit 88.2 kHz £12.00 CDA68010  Studio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available
'Schumann & Brahms: Voices of the Night' (CDA66053)
Schumann & Brahms: Voices of the Night
Complete works available for download
FRANZ SCHUBERT  (1797-1828)
Das Heimweh, D456 Florian Boesch (baritone), Roger Vignoles (piano)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Das Heimweh, D456 (Schubert)
Fünf Gesänge, Op 104 (Brahms)
Leblos gleitet Blatt um Blatt  First line to Letztes Glück, No 3 of Fünf Gesänge, Op 104 (Brahms)
Letztes Glück  No 3 of Fünf Gesänge, Op 104 (Brahms)
Nachtwandler  No 3 of Sechs Lieder, Op 86 (Brahms)
Oft in einsam stillen Stunden  First line to Das Heimweh, D456 (Schubert)
Sechs Lieder, Op 86 (Brahms)
Störe nicht den leisen Schlummer  First line to Nachtwandler, No 3 of Sechs Lieder, Op 86 (Brahms)
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