Richard Strauss, Vier letzte Lieder, Jessye Norman, Kurt Masur

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Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949)

Vier letzte Lieder (Four last Songs)

1. Frühling (Hesse)
2. September (Hesse)
3. Beim schlafengehen (Hesse)
4. Im Abendrot (Eichendorf)

Jessye Norman, soprano
Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
Dir.: Kurt Masur

A 1983 Philips digital recording (The originals)
Photo design: Arnold van der Waals

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Gustav Mahler - Rückert-Lieder | Fünf Lieder nach Gedichten von Friedrich Rückert | Five Songs after poems by Friedrich Rückert | Cinq lieder d'après des poèmes de Friedrich Rückert | Cinque Lieder su poesie di Friedrich Rückert Christa Ludwig, Alt (Contralto) BPO, Herbert von Karajan I. Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen II. Liebst du um Schönheit III. Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder IV. Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft V. Um Mitternacht Kindertotenlieder https://youtu.be/u7tBocjEYnc

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