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Terezín = Theresienstadt.

Author: Anne Sofie von OtterChristian GerhaherDaniel HopeBengt ForsbergGerold HuberAll authors
Publisher: Hamburg : Deutsche Grammophon, ℗2007.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Czech
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This album is a program of music, mostly cabaret and art songs, written within the confines of the camp. The liner note explains in brief the situation and fate of each composer. These scant details effectively compound the tragic ironies but definitely leave us wanting to hear more of the fascinating and horrible collective tale. But the sparseness works on the music's behalf, for it sends us back to the songs  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Music
Songs and music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Songs; Sonatas
All Authors / Contributors: Anne Sofie von Otter; Christian Gerhaher; Daniel Hope; Bengt Forsberg; Gerold Huber; Bebe Risenfors; Ib Hausmann; Philip Dukes; Josephine Knight; Ilse Weber; Karel Švenk; Adolf Strauss; Emmerich Kálmán; Martin Roman; Hans Krása; Carlo S Taube; Viktor Ullmann; Pavel Haas; Ervín Schulhoff
OCLC Number: 192002838
Language Note: Sung in Czech, French, German, and Yiddish.
Notes: Music written by composers imprisoned in the Theresienstadt concentration camp; includes lieder, cabaret songs, lullabies, and a sonata for solo violin. The 7th work is a contrafactum of the song Komm mit nach Varasdin from the operetta Gräfin Maritza by Emmerich Kálmán.
Principally for voice and piano; the 1st-3rd works also with accordion; the 5th work also with double bass; the 11th work also with clarinet; the 9th work for voice and guitar; the 10th work for voice and clarinet, viola, and violoncello.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Ulrike Migdal in German with English and French translations, and texts with English, French, and German translations (55 p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Credits: Executive Producers: Valérie Gross, Dr. Marion Theim. Recording producer: Sid McLauchlan.
Performer(s): Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo-soprano (1st-3rd, 5th-6th, 8th-9th, 11th-13th works) ; Christian Gerhaher, baritone (4th, 7th, 10th, 14th works) ; Daniel Hope, violin (last work) ; Bengt Forsberg (1st-3rd, 5th-6th, 8th, 11th-13th works), Gerold Huber (4th, 7th, 10th, 14th works), piano ; Bebe Risenfors, accordion (1st-3rd works), double bass (5th work), guitar (9th work) ; Ib Hausmann, clarinet (10th work) ; Philip Dukes, viola (10th work) ; Josephine Knight, violoncello (10th work).
Event notes: Recorded Feb. 2006, Teldex Studios, Berlin, and Feb. 2007, Bavaria-Musik-Studios, Munich.
Description: 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Ich wandre durch Theresienstadt / Ilse Weber (2:38) --
Pod des̆tníkem (3:10) ; Všechno jde! : (Terezín march) (2:16) / Karel Švenk --
Ade, Kamerad! (2:23) ; Und der Regen rinnt (1:48) / Ilse Weber --
Ich weiss bestimmt, ich werd dich wiedersehn! / Adolf Strauss (3:19) --
Terezín-Lied / anon. (2:56) --
Wir reiten auf hölzernen Pferden / Martin Roman (4:12) --
Wiegala / Ilse Weber (2:35) --
Three songs after poems by Arthur Rimbaud / Hans Krása (5:00) --
Ein jüdisches Kind / Carlo Sigmund Taube (2:44) --
Beryozkele (5:21) ; Six sonnets : op. 34. Clere Vénus (3:36) ; On voit mourir (2:39) ; Je vis, je meurs (1:22) / Viktor Ullmann --
Four songs on Chinese poetry / Pavel Haas (13:17) --
Sonata for solo violin / Erwin Schulhoff (12:00).
Other Titles: Terezín-Lied.
Theresienstadt

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This album is a program of music, mostly cabaret and art songs, written within the confines of the camp. The liner note explains in brief the situation and fate of each composer. These scant details effectively compound the tragic ironies but definitely leave us wanting to hear more of the fascinating and horrible collective tale. But the sparseness works on the music's behalf, for it sends us back to the songs themselves to learn more.

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