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Feldeinsamkeit - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Michael Ponti - Charles Ives - Songs • Lieder

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  1. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.
  2. May 18,  · Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau discography and songs: Music profile for Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, born 28 May Genres: Romanticism, Opera, Lieder. Albums include Tristan und Isolde, Carmina Burana, and A German Requiem.
  3. In English-speaking countries, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau is known primarily as a lieder singer. Part of the reason for this is that, with the exception of a small number of guest appearances at Covent Garden and at the Edinburgh Festival, Fischer-Dieskau did not appear .
  4. The two Wolf songs with Herta Klust, for example, are very early indeed – Fischer-Dieskau sings with much more freshness than in his more famous recordings with Barenboim and Moore. Issuing this recording as a whole would be a better choice in musical terms than a random set like this.
  5. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Michael Ponti Charles Ives - Charles Ives: Songs / Lieder - Deutsche Grammophon - LP - GER - psychedelic.whisperseekershagrelmalamuro.infoinfo Music.
  6. Lieder that Fischer-Dieskau Did Not Record. When screening my collection of Lieder by Franz Schubert, I found 6 Lieder that Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau has not recorded. The most likely cause for such omissions presumably was that they depict a female role (such as “Die junge Nonne” / “The young nun”).Or because they were explicitly for female voice, such as the Romance from “Rosamunde”.
  7. Finally, the latest BBC Legend is Fischer-Dieskau’s Festival Hall Mahler recital with Karl Engel: one of the greatest performances of the Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen in recorded history, and four Rückert Lieder poised, incomparably, between the worlds of body and spirit. You’ll never want to hear them any other way.

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