Song of the week: Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen (J. Brahms) - S. Keenlyside, M. Martineau
La confesió - Frank DickseeOne of the most moving songs from Brahms, Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen, performed by Simon Keenlyside and Malcolm Martineau.
Song of the week: O lieb, so lang du lieben kannst! (F. Liszt) - T. Quasthoff, J. Zeyen
Himne a l'amor - M. LefrancqLiebestraum, the well-known solo piano piece from Liszt, is also a passionate song that we can hear performed by Thomas Quasthoff and Justus Zeyen.
Song of the week: Der Lindenbaum (F. Schubert) - T. Quasthoff, J. Zeyen / C. Gerhaher, G. Huber
Der Lindenbaum (C. Kreutzer) - M. Padmore, G. Johnson
Til·lers a Poissy - E. MonetIt is the time for the linden flowers. Der Lindenbaum,  from Schubert's Winterreise, with Christian Gerhaher and Thomas Quasthoff, and the less known Der Lindenbaum written by Conradin Kreutzer, performed by Mark Padmore.
Song of the week: Wiegenlied (R. Strauss) - A. Schwanewilms, M. Lange
Maternitat amb cortina vermella - PicassoAnne Schwanewilms and Manuel Lange performed this beautiful Strauss' song, Wiegenlied, in 2005 in Barcelona. Many things have changed since then...
Song of the week: Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt (G. Mahler) - G. Finley, J. Belohlavek (dir.)
Sant Antoni de Pàdua predicant als peixos - J. BenlliureCarp, pike, cod, eels, sturgeon, crabs, turtles... All together thanks to Mahler. With Gerald Finley and the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jiri Belohlavek.

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LIFE Victoria Tardor 2021

We talked about the composers...

and about the poets...

They sang...

and were accompanied by...


The Buch der Lieder and ten composers
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The 10 saddest songs
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The 10 happiest songs
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Ten buggy songs
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Wilhelm Meister's Songs
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Lied goes pop
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Abecedari Liederabend
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The ESMUC Master's Degree in Lied visits us
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