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Wesendonck-Lieder

Wesendonck-Lieder

Fünf Lieder für eine Frauenstimme auf Gedichte von Mathilde Wesendonck von Richard Wagner

Instrumentiert für Altstimme und Kammerorchester von Hans Werner Henze (1976)


  • Instrumentation: alto and chamber orchestra
  • Edition: conductor's and study score
  • Language: German
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Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.26 kg

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Description
During the period in which these arrangements were created, Hans Werner Henze was far from being a Wagnerite. Despite this, he deliberately set out to study Wagner's music. Tristan und Isolde was the opera Henze found most accessible and it was therefore the Wesendonck-Lieder, dating from 1858 with their clear affinity to the harmony of Tristan, which became Henze’s focal point of interest.
In his arrangements he was aiming 'to evoke the pre-Tristan state. For this reason, I have selected a small ensemble consisting of seven wind instruments, two horns, harp and small string orchestra to retain the preliminary study character of these Lieder. At the same time however, I am attempting to permit the Tristanesque tone which is already inherent in the piano version to unfold through harmonic separation.'
- Hans Werner Henze
Details
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: I Der Engel (The Angel) "In der Kindheit frühen Tagen..."
II Stehe still (Stand still!) "Sausendes, brausendes Rad der Zeit..."
III Im Treibhaus (In the Hothouse) "Hochgewölbte Blätterkronen..."
IV Schmerzen (Pains) "Sonne, weinest jeden Abend..."
V Träume (Dreams) "Sag', welch wunderbare Träume..."
ISMN: 979-0-001-07569-5
Performance duration: 15'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Music Of Our Time
Uraufführung : 25. März 1977 Köln, Westdeutscher Rundfunk · Sinfonie-Orchester des Westdeutschen Rundfunks · Ortrun Wenkel, Alt · Dirigent: Hans Werner Henze
Year of composition: 1976
instrumentation: 1 · Altfl. · 1 · Engl. Hr. · 1 · Bassklar. · 1 · Kfg. - 2 · 0 · 0 · 0 - Hfe. - Str. (6 · 4 · 4 · 4 · 2)
page number: 72
During the period in which these arrangements were created, Hans Werner Henze was far from being a Wagnerite. Despite this, he deliberately set out to study Wagner's music. Tristan und Isolde was the opera Henze found most accessible and it was therefore the Wesendonck-Lieder, dating from 1858 with their clear affinity to the harmony of Tristan, which became Henze’s focal point of interest.
In his arrangements he was aiming 'to evoke the pre-Tristan state. For this reason, I have selected a small ensemble consisting of seven wind instruments, two horns, harp and small string orchestra to retain the preliminary study character of these Lieder. At the same time however, I am attempting to permit the Tristanesque tone which is already inherent in the piano version to unfold through harmonic separation.'
- Hans Werner Henze
Binding: Paperback/Soft Cover
Content text: I Der Engel (The Angel) "In der Kindheit frühen Tagen..."
II Stehe still (Stand still!) "Sausendes, brausendes Rad der Zeit..."
III Im Treibhaus (In the Hothouse) "Hochgewölbte Blätterkronen..."
IV Schmerzen (Pains) "Sonne, weinest jeden Abend..."
V Träume (Dreams) "Sag', welch wunderbare Träume..."
ISMN: 979-0-001-07569-5
Performance duration: 15'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Music Of Our Time
Uraufführung : 25. März 1977 Köln, Westdeutscher Rundfunk · Sinfonie-Orchester des Westdeutschen Rundfunks · Ortrun Wenkel, Alt · Dirigent: Hans Werner Henze
Year of composition: 1976
instrumentation: 1 · Altfl. · 1 · Engl. Hr. · 1 · Bassklar. · 1 · Kfg. - 2 · 0 · 0 · 0 - Hfe. - Str. (6 · 4 · 4 · 4 · 2)
page number: 72