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Browse: Schubert - Lied des Florio, D857 No. 2

Composer: Franz Peter Schubert (1797–1828)Genres: Vocal » Lieder
Showing 1 - 6 of 6 results
Showing 1 - 6 of 6 results
  • Katharina Konradi (soprano), Daniel Heide (piano)

    This sparkling Kyrgyzstan-born light-lyric soprano recently scored a palpable hit as Sophie in the Bavarian State Opera’s live-streamed Der Rosenkavalier, and that same combination of crystalline... More…

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    $16.00

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  • Schubert Songs

    Camilla Tilling (soprano) & Paul Rivinius (piano)

    The al fresco exuberance of 'Bei dir allein' gets this recital off to a delectable start: Camilla Tilling's vernal tone is fresh and smiling, her phrasing both shapely and feurig, as Schubert... More…

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    $14.75

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  • Markus Schäfer (tenor) & Ulrich Eisenlohr (piano)

    As I have already intimated there is a lot to admire in this programme and readers who have been following this series should acquire this disc too…There is so much sensitive phrasing and [the]... More…

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    $13.00

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  • Thilo Dahlmann (baritone) & Charles Spencer (piano)

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  • Maria Venuti (Soprano), Charles Spencer (Piano), Wolfgang Meyer (Clarinet)

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    $15.75

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  • An 1826 Schubertiad

    Christine Schäfer (soprano), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Richard Jackson (baritone) Graham Johnson (piano)

    The London Schubert Chorale, Stephen Layton

    It's hard to know where to begin in praise of this disc. It has several centres of excellence, the first being Schäfer's beseeching, urgent account of the Mignon settings from Goethe's WilhelmMeister... More…

    This release includes a digital booklet