Schubertreise

Schubertreise

Sunday, 15 December 2019, 3.00pm

Baritone Conor Biggs and pianist Michel Stas continue their epic multi-annual journey through the complete songs of Franz Schubert.

Conor Biggs, bass
Michel Stas, piano

An Sie, D 288 Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
Die Sommernacht, D 289 Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
Die frühen Gräber, D 290 Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
Dem Unendlichen, D 291 Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
Shilric und Vinvela, D 293 James Macpherson, deutsch von Harold
Hoffnung, D 295 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
An den Mond, D 295 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
An den Mond, D 296 Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Augenlied, D 297 Johann Mayrhofer
Liane, D 298 Johann Mayrhofer
Der Jüngling an der Quelle, D 300 Johann Gaudenz von Salis-Seewis
Lambertine, D 301 Josef Ludwig Stoll (?)
Labetrank der Liebe, D 302 Josef Ludwig Stoll
An die Geliebte, D 303 Josef Ludwig Stoll
Wiegenlied, D 304 Theodor Körner
Mein Gruẞ an den Mai, D 305 Johann Gottfried Kumpf
Skolie, D 306 Johann Ludwig Ferdinand von Deinhardstein
Die Sternwelten, D 307 Urban Jarnik, deutsch von Fellinger
Die Macht der Liebe, D 308 Johann Nepomuk von Kalchberg
Das gestörte Glück, D 309 Theodor Körner
Hermann und Thusnelda, D 322 Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock

For their final recital of 2019, Conor Biggs and Michel Stas continue their voyage through mostly uncharted Schubertian territory. More celtic mythology in the Ossian setting Shilric und Vinvela; German mythology in Hermann und Thusnelda; a festive drinking song, Skolie; the exquisite miniature Der Jüngling an der Quelle, a shaggy dog story in Das gestörte Glück, and Beethovenian splendour in Dem Unendlichen.

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Published on 19 August 2019

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