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Salome Kammer - Voice Without Limits

In memoriam Cathy Berberian


Salome Kammer: voice / Rudi Spring: piano, harpsichord, arrangements / Michael Riessler: clarinet, saxophone / Maria Reiter: accordion / Bettina Fuchs: flute


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2008
  • Order No.: WER 67092
€18.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.11 kg

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Description
Salome Kammer is an artist who is able in her interpretations to exploit the entire spectrum of the human voice. She moves between styles of singing with the ease of an actress changing roles. 
Sometimes she is a jazz singer, sometimes an opera diva; she can sing in the traditional style of Broadway and then mesmerize with interpretations of Romantic lieder. In her performances of experimental compositions, she can explore unplumbed depths, balance her way through daring eruptions of feeling, or playfully parody the musical structures. She tells a story with her breath, with throat noises and rhythms; she warbles, murmurs, trills, grunts, bawls, whistles, shouts, vibrates, resonates, and sings. 
Salome Kammer is also at home in the world of traditional chanson; she is a master of both satirical and lyrical moods, and is equally able to explore the ironic pathos of Brecht and Weill as well as the melancholy of Alban Berg or the intimacy of an early Baroque lullaby by Tarquinio Merula. It is impossible to classify Salome Kammer’s voice. She is a unique phenomenon, both in her vocal range and in her ability to coax the most unusual noises out of her throat.
Salome Kammer: “When I began to take an interest in the vocal music of the twentieth century, I of course encountered the unforgettable singer Cathy Berberian (1928–1983), who was the muse of so many composers in the 1950s and 60s. She also had no qualms about using all possible musical styles, and her courage and her readiness to cross borders changed the direction of musical history. It is to her that we owe a masterpiece like Luciano Berio’s ‘Sequenza III’, which I sing here as an homage to Berberian. Numerous vocal colors and sounds were notated in this piece for the first time, in a very simple yet exact manner.”
Further information at: www.salomekammer.de
Details
Content text: Cole Porter: My Heart Belongs to Daddy (from: Leave It to Me!)
Luciano Berio: Sequenza III per voce femminile
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Die Alte für Singstimme und Basso continuo, KV 517, in der Version von Salome Kammer
Carola Bauckholt: Die Alte für Stimme solo
Carola Bauckholt: Emil für Stimme solo
Tarquinio Merula: Hor ch’è tempo di dormire. Canzonetta spirituale sopra alla nanna für Singstimme und Basso ostinato
Alban Berg: Vier Lieder, op. 2, für mittlere Stimme und Klavier (Schlafen, schlafen; Schlafend trägt man mich; Nun ich der Riesen stärksten überwand; Warm die Lüfte)
Harold Arlen: Over the Rainbow (from: The Wizard of Oz)
Rudi Spring: Zwei fragmentarische Szenen für Mezzosopran und Klavier, op. 74E (Zwischen Blick hinter Grund; An der steilen, roten Felswand)
Kurt Weill: Was die Herren Matrosen sagen (from: Happy End)
Kurt Weill: Ich bin eine arme Verwandte (from: Der Silbersee)
Kurt Weill: Surabaya-Johnny (from: Happy End)
Helmut Oehring: 2wei für Stimme solo und Voicetransformer (from: Schande/Das Opfer)
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Hummelflug (from: Das Märchen vom Zaren Saltan, op. 57)
EAN: 4010228670929
Performance duration: 75'45"
Publisher: Wergo
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Salome Kammer is an artist who is able in her interpretations to exploit the entire spectrum of the human voice. She moves between styles of singing with the ease of an actress changing roles. 
Sometimes she is a jazz singer, sometimes an opera diva; she can sing in the traditional style of Broadway and then mesmerize with interpretations of Romantic lieder. In her performances of experimental compositions, she can explore unplumbed depths, balance her way through daring eruptions of feeling, or playfully parody the musical structures. She tells a story with her breath, with throat noises and rhythms; she warbles, murmurs, trills, grunts, bawls, whistles, shouts, vibrates, resonates, and sings. 
Salome Kammer is also at home in the world of traditional chanson; she is a master of both satirical and lyrical moods, and is equally able to explore the ironic pathos of Brecht and Weill as well as the melancholy of Alban Berg or the intimacy of an early Baroque lullaby by Tarquinio Merula. It is impossible to classify Salome Kammer’s voice. She is a unique phenomenon, both in her vocal range and in her ability to coax the most unusual noises out of her throat.
Salome Kammer: “When I began to take an interest in the vocal music of the twentieth century, I of course encountered the unforgettable singer Cathy Berberian (1928–1983), who was the muse of so many composers in the 1950s and 60s. She also had no qualms about using all possible musical styles, and her courage and her readiness to cross borders changed the direction of musical history. It is to her that we owe a masterpiece like Luciano Berio’s ‘Sequenza III’, which I sing here as an homage to Berberian. Numerous vocal colors and sounds were notated in this piece for the first time, in a very simple yet exact manner.”
Further information at: www.salomekammer.de
Content text: Cole Porter: My Heart Belongs to Daddy (from: Leave It to Me!)
Luciano Berio: Sequenza III per voce femminile
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Die Alte für Singstimme und Basso continuo, KV 517, in der Version von Salome Kammer
Carola Bauckholt: Die Alte für Stimme solo
Carola Bauckholt: Emil für Stimme solo
Tarquinio Merula: Hor ch’è tempo di dormire. Canzonetta spirituale sopra alla nanna für Singstimme und Basso ostinato
Alban Berg: Vier Lieder, op. 2, für mittlere Stimme und Klavier (Schlafen, schlafen; Schlafend trägt man mich; Nun ich der Riesen stärksten überwand; Warm die Lüfte)
Harold Arlen: Over the Rainbow (from: The Wizard of Oz)
Rudi Spring: Zwei fragmentarische Szenen für Mezzosopran und Klavier, op. 74E (Zwischen Blick hinter Grund; An der steilen, roten Felswand)
Kurt Weill: Was die Herren Matrosen sagen (from: Happy End)
Kurt Weill: Ich bin eine arme Verwandte (from: Der Silbersee)
Kurt Weill: Surabaya-Johnny (from: Happy End)
Helmut Oehring: 2wei für Stimme solo und Voicetransformer (from: Schande/Das Opfer)
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: Hummelflug (from: Das Märchen vom Zaren Saltan, op. 57)
EAN: 4010228670929
Performance duration: 75'45"
Publisher: Wergo