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Beschreibung

Elisabeth Kulman, Alt
Eduard Kutrowatz, Klavier

Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
[1] Von fremden Ländern
[2] Mond, meiner Seele
[3] Seit ich ihn gesehen
[4] Du nennst mich
[5] Ich kann’s nicht fassen
[6] Glückes genug
[7] Süßer Freund
[8] An meinem Herzen
[9] Der Zeisig
[10] Kinderwacht
[11] Warum?
[12] Die letzten Blumen
[13] Nun hast du mir
[14] Reich mir die Hand
[15] Nachtlied
[16] Mondnacht

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
[17] Dithyrambe D 801/1
[18] Die Sterne D 684
[19] Romanze D 797/3b

Herwig Reiter (1941)
[20] Sachliche Romanze

Franz Schubert
[21] Wehmut D 772

Herwig Reiter
[22] Alte Frau auf dem Friedhof

Franz Schubert
[23] Am Tage Aller Seelen (Litanei) D 343
[24] Dithyrambe D 801 (2. Strophe)

Herwig Reiter
[25] Misstrauensvotum

Franz Schubert
[26] Klage D 415
[27] Schweizerlied D 559
Herwig Reiter
[28] Für die Katz

Franz Schubert
[29] Dithyrambe D 801 (3. Strophe)

Zugaben:
[30] H. Reiter: Ankündigung einer Chansonette No. 8
[31] R. Schumann: Im wunderschönen Monat Mai op. 48/1
Elisabeth Kulman – Mezzosopran
Eduard Kutrowatz – Klavier

Schubertiade Schwarzenberg, 26. August 2017

The Schwarzenberg Schubertiade can look back on more than forty years of music-making history, making it one of the oldest Lieder festivals. In the true spirit of its co-founders Hermann Prey and Gerd Nachbauer, the music of Franz Schubert is the central focus of interest, and this is reflected in the frequent airing of works by composers who followed Schubert and continued his Lieder legacy. One of the foremost composers of Lieder after Schubert was undoubtedly Robert Schumann, whom Elisabeth Kulman, possibly today’s best mezzo soprano, placed at the heart of her Schubertiade Lieder recital on August 26, 2017. Together with her outstanding accompanist Eduard Kutrowatz she performed a very personal selection of Schumann Lieder which included both the well known standard songs as well as rarities in the repertoire.

In the second half of her recital, Kulman contrasted some of the best known Schubert Lieder with songs by Herwig Reiters, who is currently deemed one of the leading composers of Lieder, thereby impressively illustrating how the tradition of the art song has developed from Schubert’s time to the present day to produce some really brilliant repertoire for listeners to enjoy.