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extrait des notes rédigées par Graham Johnson © 2010
Français: Marie-Stella Pâris
aus dem Begleittext von Graham Johnson © 2010
Deutsch: Henning Weber
|Schumann: The Complete Songs|
Schumann’s songs are among the greatest musical achievements of the nineteeth century, and this is the perfect release with which to mark the composer’s 200th birthday. This marvellous collection comprises Schumann’s complete songs, presented for ...» More
|Schumann: Dichterliebe & other Heine Settings|
Why another Dichterliebe recording? Because Gerald Finley has simply one of the greatest voices of his generation, and is an artist at the peak of his powers. He brings to this noble cycle the supreme musical understanding that characterizes all his ...» More
|Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 5 - Christopher Maltman|
‘Hyperion’s Schumann series continues to strike gold with a collection … that finds baritone Christopher Maltman on superb form … with this ...
‘This is a treasurable issue—generous in quality and quantity alike. As with the Hyperion Schubert Song edition one struggles for new ways of expressi ...» More
|Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 1 - Christine Schäfer|
‘Schäfer evokes comparison with Elisabeth Schumann and with the young Elly Ameling, whom in tone and freshness of response she often resembles. In sum ...
‘Her voice combines ethereal radiance and clarity with resolute, unwavering focus. Johnson's account of the piano parts is superlative [and] his bookl ...» More
|Schumann: The Complete Songs, Vol. 8 - Christopher Maltman, Jonathan Lemalu & Mark Padmore|
‘Recorded sound is impeccable and Johnson's notes are, as always, a joy in and of themselves. Necessary for collectors of this edition, and for the Sc ...
‘This probing, absorbing account of Schumann's op.24 Liederkreis is as good as any you're ever likely to hear’ (Fanfare, USA)» More