Cäcilie (Strauss) “Cäcilie”, Op. 27 No. 2, is the second in a set of four songs composed by Richard Strauss in The words are from a love poem “Cäcilie” . Richard Strauss. Cäcilie (“Wenn du es wüsstest”), song for voice & piano (or orchestra), Op. 27/2 (TrV /2). Composition Information ↓; Description. Cäcilie. Heinrich Hart. Wenn Du es wüßtest,. Was träumen heißt. Von brennenden Küssen,. Vom Wandern und Ruhen. Mit der Geliebten,. Aug’ in Auge .
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Strauss and Hofmannsthal set to work on separating the two works. It rapidly became a standard part of the cello repertoire.
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The numbers for compositions from this catalogue are shown in the column “AV” in the table below. Member feedback about Cello Sonata Strauss: Strauss avoids congruity between poetic lines and musical phrases, a free approach to the text that yields an outpouring of emotional expression.
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In particular, Strauss portrayed de Ahna both as the hero’s co Composition history Liliencron was twenty years older than Strauss, his father an impecunious Baron and his mother an American general’s daughter, strauds for much of his life was in the Prussian army including active service in two wars. The work was completed in Strauss wrote the symphony whilst attending school, from 12 March to 12 June Although it is today rarely performe Cavilie Voice Of The Century: Retrieved from ” https: Strauss struss the song in Genre Vocal Music Classical.
Burleske topic The Burleske in D minor is a composition for piano and orchestra written by Richard Strauss inwhen he was Member feedback about Taillefer Strauss: The Original Jacket Collection: Works based on Cinderella Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Strauss, along with Gustav Mahler, represents the late flowering of German Romanticism after Richard Wagner, in which pioneering subtleties of orchestration are combined with an advanced harmonic style. There are many recordings of this, one of Strauss’s most popular songs.
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Composition history Adolf Friedrich von Schack, the author of the lyrics, portrait by Lenbach Schack was a wealthy aristocrat who was a poet, linguist, diplomat and art collector. It was one of the last works he composed near the end of his life, during what is often described by biographers, journalists and music critics as his “Indian summer.
Molto allegro, leggiero — Trio. The table below shows an incomplete list of compositions by Richard Strauss. Strauss composed the song at Marquartstein on 9 September De Ahna was famous for being eccentric, snobbish, ill-tempered and outspoken. After making her professional debut in as a mezzo-soprano in Gluck’s opera Orfeo strajss Euridice, she was engaged by the Zurich Opera House.
It is written for a mixed chorus with three soloists, tenor Tailleferbaritone Duke William of Normandyand soprano the Duke’s daughter and admirer of Tailleferwith a large orchestra. It consists of four movements, and lasts about 34 minutes.
Richard Strauss: Cäcilie
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This is not a transcription in which the voice and piano parts are simply merged, but a performance of the original piano part without voice. Please help improve caciloe article by adding citations to reliable sources. It is designated Opus 27, Number 4. Strauss set three poems from the collection, but for Sechs Lieder turned to Brentano’s own lyric.
Strauss later quoted this passage in h The music follows Till througho It was taken up and popularised by the British horn player Dennis Brain. The panel of judges consists of Hanslick; Gustav Mahler, the controversial conductor and composer who at the time also directed the Vienna Court Opera including its ballet company ; patron Nikolaus Dumba; Strauss himself, and Rudolf Lothar.
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