Palazzo Contucci, Montepulciano, Italy. Eleonora Contucci, Costantino Mastroprimiano. Staehle: Machenliebe; Lieder; Songs.
Staehle: Machenliebe; Lieder; Songs. Piano Technician, Piano Tuner. Costantino Mastroprimiano. Fortepiano, Primary Artist.
Album · 2014 · 17 Songs. Eight German Lieder by Emanuel Geibel for Voice with Pianoforte Accompaniment.
Hugo Staehle (1826–1848) is one of the unsung composers of late–Romantic Germany. After being taught by Hauptmann and Deichert, pupils of Louis Spohr, Staehle was later taken on by Spohr himself, who praised the young German’s outstanding talent. It is is followed on the album by Marcia, an intermezzo for piano, and subsequently by the Eight German Lieder by Emanuel Geibel for voice with pianoforte accompaniment. Each of the song collections ends with an unpublished prayer – the first, ‘Zu dir in deiner Himmelspracht’, is based on Jacob Hoffmeister’s text, and the second, ‘Gebet während der Schlacht’, on a text by Theodor Körner. Sung by Italian soprano Eleonora Contucci, accompanied on the fortepiano by Costantino Mastroprimiano. Recorded in the splendid and suitable environment of the Palazzo Contucci, the piano a magnificent 1826 Broadwood.
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Eleonora Contucci & Costantino Mastroprimiano – тема. 2: No. 4, O stille dies Verlangen in D-Flat Major (Andante) · Eleonora Contucci & Costantino Mastroprimiano. Staele: Mädchenliebe, Lieder, Songs. Released on: 2014-02-07. Composer: Hugo Staehle Lyricist: Emanuel Geibel Music Publisher: Brilliant Classics. Auto-generated by YouTube.
item 4 STAEHLE MACHENLIEBE SONGS, 5028421944920 -STAEHLE MACHENLIEBE SONGS, 5028421944920. item 5 Eleonora Contucci/ Costantino Mastroprimiano - Mängs CD NEW -Eleonora Contucci/ Costantino Mastroprimiano - Mängs CD NEW. Tell us if something is incorrect. German composer Hugo Staehle left few surviving works before dying, aged 21. This disc brings together two collections of his songs, performed by acclaimed soprano Eleonora Contucci and veteran forte pianist Costantino Mastroprimiano. Staehle's lieder reveal the influence of Robert Schumann's work of the same genre. Booklet contains detailed music notes, artist biographies, sung texts and information on the Graf fortepiano (1826).