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Jan Stulen / Martha Mödl - Max von Schillings: Das Hexenlied & Other Orchestral Works album mp3
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  • Performer:
    Jan Stulen / Martha Mödl
  • Title:
    Max von Schillings: Das Hexenlied & Other Orchestral Works
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    Orchestral
  • Date of release:
    June 28, 1994
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    58:17
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Jan Stulen, Martha Mödl. Max von Schillings: Das Hexenlied & Other Orchestral Works.

Das Hexenlied Op. 15 (Melodram). Cello – Alban Gerhardt. Composed By – Max Von Schillings. Conductor – Jan Stulen. Orchestra – WDR Rundfunkorchester Köln. Violin – Elisabeth Glass. Words By – Martha Mödl.

Ferde Grofe - The Promenade Orchestra, Jan Stulen - Aviation Suite, Hudson River Suite, Mississippi Suite (Album). Max Von Schillings, WDR Rundfunkorchester Köln, Jan Stulen, Martha Mödl - Das Hexenlied ‎(CD).

Martha Mödl (22 March 1912, Nuremberg – 17 December 2001, Stuttgart) was a German soprano, and later a mezzo-soprano. She specialized in large dramatic roles such as Isolde, Brünnhilde, and particularly Kundry, and is considered, along with Astrid Varnay and Birgit Nilsson, one of the three major postwar Wagner sopranos. She was among the preeminent Wagner sopranos-and most compelling singing actresses-of the twentieth century.

Max von Schillings (April 19, 1868 – Berlin, July 24, 1933) was a German conductor, composer and theatre director. He was chief conductor at the Berlin State Opera from 1919 to 1925. Schillings' opera Mona Lisa (1915) was internationally successful and was performed at the Metropolitan Opera. The composer married Barbara Kemp, the soprano who sang the title role. Before Mona Lisa, Schillings had already written three operas: Ingwelde (1894), Der Pfeifertag (1899) and Der Moloch (1906).

Other (0). Source Files (0). Scores. Schillings, Max von. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. Max von Schillings (April 19, 1868 – Berlin, July 24, 1933) was a German conductor, composer and theatre director.

Das Hexenlied, Op. 15. Max von Schillings, Martha Mödl, Cologne Radio Orchestra, Jan Stulen. Ein Zwiegespräch, Op. 8. Max von Schillings, Elisabeth Glass, Alban Gerhardt, Cologne Radio Orchestra, Jan Stulen. Roger Roger, The Metropole Orchestra, Jan Stulen. Schilling's opera Mona Lisa (1915) was internationally successful and was even performed at the Metropolitan Opera. The composer married Barbara Kemp, the soprano who sung the title role.

Performance materials. String Orchestra, String Chamber Music. Wind Orchestra, Wind Chamber Ensembles. Schillings, Max von quantity. Das Hexenlied (The Witch-Song) Op. (Musical Recitation after Wildenbruch with Orchestra) (Piano Reduction/Speaker).

Credits

Michael Beughold - Liner Notes
Helmut Buttner - Recording Supervision
Alban Gerhardt - Cello
Elisabeth Glass - Violin
Hermann Kaldenhoff - Engineer
Sophie Liwszyc - Liner Note Translation
Martha Mödl - Primary Artist, Spoken Word
Edvard Munch - Cover Painting
Susan Marie Praeder - Liner Note Translation
Fritz Reusing - Illustrations
Dirk Schortemeier - Producer
Margarita Schwenk-Osterloh - Recording Technician
Jan Stulen - Conductor, Primary Artist
WDR Orchestra, Köln - Orchestra

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Symphonic Prologue to King Oedipus, Op 11 Martha Mödl / Jan Stulen
2 Ein Zweigepräch, Op 8 Martha Mödl / Jan Stulen
3 Tanz der Blumen Martha Mödl / Jan Stulen
4 Das Hexenlied, for speaker & orchestra, Op 15 Martha Mödl / Jan Stulen