Ravel, Haydn, Mozart, Mahler & Webern

Sylvain Cambreling, Michael Volle, Julia Kleiter & Symphoniker Hamburg
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"My heart is weary. With a crackle, my lamp went out, summoning me to sleep." The second movement of the Lied von der Erde takes the function of a slow movement, bringing the second concert in the series to a plaintive and melancholy close. Michael Volle's interpretation is profound and moving. The concert begins with Ravel's Pavane pour une infante défunte – music which was written as a high-spirited, dreamy dance that might have once been danced by a princess now long dead. Plus the first and third movements of Haydn's Passione and the third movement from Mozart's heavenly Gran Partita. At the center of the program stands Julia Kleiter profound interpretation of four lieder by Anton Webern.

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recorded at 09/12/2020, 08:00pm (CEST)
"Everywhere the Beloved Earth" #2
Ravel, Haydn, Mozart, Mahler, Webern: Sylvain Cambreling, Michael Volle, Julia Kleiter, Symphoniker Hamburg
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Maurice Ravel
  • Pavane pour une infante défunte
Joseph Haydn
  • Symphony No. 49 f-minor– »La Passione« I - Adagio
  • Symphony No 49 f-minor – »La Passione« III - Minuet
Anton Webern
  • Four Songs op. 13
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Serenade Nr. 10 B-Dur KV 361 – »Gran Partita« III. Adagio
Gustav Mahler
  • Song From The Earth, 2nd Movement »Der Einsame im Herbst« (Arr. Schönberg/Riehn)