Father & Son

Christoph, Julian Prégardien

19.9927.49
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Original Recording Format: DSD 64

Ever since the late eighteenth and throughout the nineteenth century, the collection and research of folksong texts were associated with the initiation of a tradition. A “folksong idea” began to spring up based on concrete historical sources and facts, which became a guiding light both for enlightened education and also for the classical and early romantic generation of writers – as a medium for the universal shaping of the human character, as symbol of a lost Golden Age and as a yearned-for “German nation” seen as a cultural archive. However, this ideal did not recognise a solidifi ed artefact in the creatively adapted and re-set ‘Volkslied’, but the traces of a practical experience – Johann Gottfried Herder , the inventor of the term ‘Volkslied’, felt himself transported back “away from paper (…) into the living emotion of the people”. Against the background of contemporary speculations about cultural theory, the association of word and music in song thus became a social act endowing a sense of identity, behind which the assumed substantial and elemental relationship between language and music mysteriously shimmers like a water mark.

Tracklist

1.
Frisch gesungen
02:15
2.
Ännchen von Tharau
01:51
3.
O wie herbe ist das Scheiden
02:09
4.
Loreley
02:15
5.
Erlkönig D 328
04:24
6.
Wanderers Nachtlied D 768
02:10
7.
Zum Rundtanz D 983 Nr.3
01:56
8.
Die Nacht D 983 Nr.4
02:36
9.
Im Abendrot D 799
03:13
10.
Fischers Liebesglück D 933
04:10
11.
Auf dem Wasser zu singen D 774
03:21
12.
Der Zwerg D 771
04:57
13.
Meeres Stille D 216
02:28
14.
Widerspruch D 865
02:18
15.
Licht und Liebe D 352
03:43
16.
Nacht und Träume D 827
03:37
17.
Frühlingsstrophe
02:00
18.
Der betrunkene Sternseher
02:49
19.
Ein Traum ist unser Leben
04:05
20.
Uber allen Gipfeln ist Ruh
02:38
21.
Guter Rat
01:20
22.
Die Sonne scheint nicht mehr
01:33
23.
In stiller Nacht
02:19
24.
Erlaube mir, feins Madchen
01:10
25.
Da unten im Tale
01:47
26.
Nachtlied
02:11
27.
Weisst du, wieviel Sternlein stehen
01:56
28.
O du stille Zeit
02:40

Total time: 01:13:51

Additional information

Artists

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Mastering Engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Genres

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Label

Qualities

Channels

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Original Recording Format

Cables

Siltech

Digital Converters

dCS

Composers

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Microphones

Sonodore

Producer

Bert van der Wolf

Recording Engineer

Bert van der Wolf

Recording location

Evangelisch Lutherse Kerk Haarlem The Nederlands

Recording Type & Bit Rate

DSD64

Recording Software

Merging

SKU

CC72645

Release Date February 2, 2016
SKU CC72645

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