This release contains three series of songs by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Raul Koczalski and Karol Szymanowski, written to the poetry of European composers living at the turn of the 20th century: Catulle Mendès, Rainer Maria Rilke and Dmitri Davydov. The album with interpretations of songs by Polish composers falls on the tenth anniversary of the artistic cooperation between Stanislaw Kierner (bass-baritone) and Michal Rot (piano), who since 2010 have been jointly developing their passion and skills in the field of performing artistic songs. In 2015, their first album was released with a moving interpretation of the song cycle by Franciszek Schubert, Winterreise.
This release contains three series of songs by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Raul Koczalski and Karol Szymanowski, written to the poetry of European composers living at the turn of the 20th century: Catulle Mendès, Rainer Maria Rilke and Dmitri Davydov. The album with interpretations of songs by Polish composers falls on the tenth anniversary of the artistic cooperation between Stanislaw Kierner (bass-baritone) and Michal Rot (piano), who since 2010 have been jointly developing their passion and skills in the field of performing artistic songs. In 2015, their first album was released with a moving interpretation of the song cycle by Franciszek Schubert, Winterreise.
5902547012735

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Format: CD
Label: DUX
Rel. Date: 02/05/2021
UPC: 5902547012735

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Artist: Koczalski / Kierner / Rot
Format: CD
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1. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 1, Und Wie Mag Die Liebe Di
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2. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 2, Das War Der Tag
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3. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 3, Einen Maitag Mit Dir Bei
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4. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 4, Wir Saßen Beide In
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5. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 5, Schon Starb Der Tag. Der
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6. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 6, Es Leuchteten Im Garten
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7. Von Der Liebe, Op. 99 "Sieben Gedichte Von Rilke" (Version For Low Voice & Piano): No. 7, Es Ist Lang
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8. 3 Songs, Op. 32, M 33 (Sung In Polish): No. 1, Wschód Słońca
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9. 3 Songs, Op. 32, M 33 (Sung In Polish): No. 2, Bezgwiezdne Niebo
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10. 3 Songs, Op. 32, M 33 (Sung In Polish): No. 3, Jesienne Słońce
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11. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 1, Dans La Forêt
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12. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 2, Ton Coeur Est D’or Pur
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13. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 3, Le Ciel Est Très Bas
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14. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 4, Naguère
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15. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 5, Un Jeune Pâtre
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16. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 6, Elle Marche D’un Pas Distrait
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17. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 7, La Nonne
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18. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 8, Viduité
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19. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 9, Lune Froide
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20. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 10, Querelleuse
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21. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 11, L’amour Fatal
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22. 12 Mélodies, Op. 22: No. 12, L’ennemie
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This release contains three series of songs by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Raul Koczalski and Karol Szymanowski, written to the poetry of European composers living at the turn of the 20th century: Catulle Mendès, Rainer Maria Rilke and Dmitri Davydov. The album with interpretations of songs by Polish composers falls on the tenth anniversary of the artistic cooperation between Stanislaw Kierner (bass-baritone) and Michal Rot (piano), who since 2010 have been jointly developing their passion and skills in the field of performing artistic songs. In 2015, their first album was released with a moving interpretation of the song cycle by Franciszek Schubert, Winterreise.