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Track(s) taken from CDJ33122

Ophelia-Lieder, WoO22

composer
November 1873; published 1935; optional piano part; commissioned by Josef Lewinsky for his fiancée Olga Preicheisen to perform in a Prague production of Hamlet opening on 22 December 1873
author of text
No 1: Hamlet IV:5 How should I your true love know; No 2: Hamlet IV:5; White his shroud as the mountain snow; No 3: Hamlet IV:5; Tomorrow is Saint Valentine's Day; No 5: Hamlet IV:5; And will he not come again?
translator of text

Christine Schäfer (soprano), Graham Johnson (piano)
Recording details: June 2010
All Saints' Church, East Finchley, London, United Kingdom
Produced by Mark Brown
Engineered by Julian Millard
Release date: April 2011
Total duration: 5 minutes 11 seconds

Cover artwork: Photograph by Benjamin Ealovega.
 
1
Wie erkenn ich dein Treulieb  [0'51]
2
Sein Leichenhemd weiss  [0'45]
3
Auf morgen ist Sankt Valentins Tag  [0'52]
4
Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss  [0'56]
5
Und kommt er nicht mehr zurück?  [1'47]

Reviews

'The second volume of Hyperion's complete Brahms songs is the generous and imaginatively planned anthology that we have come to expect from these important series compiled by Graham Johnson—witness his excellent Schubert and Schumann series. And it comes, as ever, with richly cross-referenced notes and essays' (BBC Music Magazine)

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