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SCHUBERT, F.: Lied Edition 18 - Schiller, Vols. 3 and 4

Composer(s):Schubert, Franz
Artist(s) Eisenlohr, Ulrich, piano • Boog, Maya, soprano • Odinius, Lothar, tenor
Period(s) Romantic
Genre Classical Music
Category Vocal
Catalogue 8.557369-70
Label Naxos
Quality   320kbps
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Review By 8.557369-70,Naxos,October 2005

Since 1998, Turkish-born pianist Fazil Say has performed hundreds of concerts around the world, and recorded almost a dozen classical albums. However, although many of those albums charted in Europe and Japan, none of them ever made it onto the Billboard charts in the United States. Until last week, that is. Despite never ranking a release previously, Say entered Billboard's Top Classical Albums chart with not one, but two titles. "Black Earth" (Na�ve) bowed at No. 6, while "Beethoven: Appassionata, Waldstein, Tempest" (Naxos) came in at No. 22. Just a few weeks before these chart debuts, Say performed Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue" and some of his own compositions from "Black Earth" four nights in a row with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Those performances were


Review By Lawson Taitte,The Dallas Morning News,October 2005

THE MUSIC: Naxos has reached the 18th installment of its survey of Schubert songs, all performed by native German speakers. GREAT STUFF: Friedrich Schiller wrote the ode that Beethoven set in the Ninth Symphony, and many of his poems inspired Schubert as well. This two-CD album, fascinatingly, gives us the composer's different responses to several poems he wrote more than one piece of music for. THE SINGERS: Soprano Maya Boog and tenor Lothar Odinius may not be household names, but they are experienced artists who know their way around this territory. THE BOTTOM LINE: Two fresh-voiced vocalists make us remember why Schubert remains at the very top of the creators of the German lied .

Review By ,Record Geijutsu,September 2005



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