The fourth volume in the Jubilee Edition series, which aims to commemorate the anniversaries of both known and unknown composers! This production celebrates the 200th birthday of Ferdinand Hiller with a rediscovery of the forgotten composer that contains the first-ever compositions for the rather inventive line-up of soprano with accompanying male quartet. Hiller was closely related to Felix Mendelssohn and Robert Schumann, and was famous for the organization of musical life in Cologne over a period of three decades in the second half of the 19th century.
Ulrike Fulde: soprano
Manja Raschka: mezzo-soprano
Nico Eckert: tenor
Felix Plock: baritone
Sarolta Boros Gyevi: piano Read more Members of the Meistersextett Leipzig
HILLER: 5 songs from Neue Gesänge, Op. 100 • 3 songs from Hiller-Album, Op. 111 • 3 songs from Hiller-Album, Op. 129 • 3 songs from Vier Gesänge, Op. 41 • 3 songs from Neuer Frühling—Liederkreis in zwölf Gesängen von Heinrich Heine, Op. 16 • Song from Vier Gesänge, Op. 85 • Song from Sechs Gesänge, Op. 46 • 3 songs from Acht Ritornelle aus Paul Heise’s italiänishem Liederbuch, Op. 118 • 3 songs from Sechs Gesänge für Sopran, zwei Tenor- und zwei Basstimmen ohne Begleitung, Op. 25 Read less
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