"One should sing with the fingers," or "If you want to play piano, you need to learn to sing" -such statements and similar quotes by Frederic Chopin have been passed down by many of his students from their piano lessons with him. With a nearly Baroque-Classical aesthetic, he preached the idea of an analogy between music and language, and from this he paid meticulous attention to phrasing and articulation. It thus comes as no surprise that contemporaries and epigonic composers happily used the vocal habitus of many of his piano works to arrange them as actual art songs. Several particularly successful examples, written by Luigi Bordese, Pauline Viardot and anonymous composers were compiled for the present release by pianist Wolfgang Brunner, long-standing director of the Salzburg Hofmusik, with singers Lydia Teuscher, Olivia Vermeulen, Karol Kozlowski und Andreas Schmidt.
"One should sing with the fingers," or "If you want to play piano, you need to learn to sing" -such statements and similar quotes by Frederic Chopin have been passed down by many of his students from their piano lessons with him. With a nearly Baroque-Classical aesthetic, he preached the idea of an analogy between music and language, and from this he paid meticulous attention to phrasing and articulation. It thus comes as no surprise that contemporaries and epigonic composers happily used the vocal habitus of many of his piano works to arrange them as actual art songs. Several particularly successful examples, written by Luigi Bordese, Pauline Viardot and anonymous composers were compiled for the present release by pianist Wolfgang Brunner, long-standing director of the Salzburg Hofmusik, with singers Lydia Teuscher, Olivia Vermeulen, Karol Kozlowski und Andreas Schmidt.
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Label: GRMA
Rel. Date: 02/05/2021
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Artist: Wolfgang Brunner
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1. Œuvres Célèbres De Chopin (Excerpts): No. 11, Les Fleurs [After Chopin's Op. 64 No. 1]
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2. Marche Funèbre (After Chopin's Op. 35)
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3. La Libellule Bleue (After Chopin's Op. 25 No. 9)
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4. À La Lune (After Chopin's Op. 9 No. 2)
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5. Seize Ans!, Vwv 4023 (After Chopin's Op. 50 No. 2)
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6. Aime-Moi, Vwv 4020 (After Chopin's Op. 33 No. 2)
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7. Berceuse, Vwv 4030 (After Chopin's Op. 33 No. 3)
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8. Œuvres Célèbres De Chopin (Excerpts): No. 7, La Fille De L'onde [After Chopin's Op. 38]
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9. Œuvres Célèbres De Chopin (Excerpts): No. 9, Les Traineaux [After Chopin's Op. 59 No. 1]
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10. Œuvres Célèbres De Chopin (Excerpts): No. 1, L'attente [After Chopin's Op. 7 No. 2]
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11. Œuvres Célèbres De Chopin (Excerpts): No. 8, Violette [After Chopin's Op. 50 No. 2]
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12. Œuvres Célèbres De Chopin (Excerpts): No. 2, La Fête Des Prairies [After Chopin's Op. 7 No. 1]
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13. Plainte D'amour, Vwv 4024 (After Chopin's Op. 6 No. 1)
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14. Séparation, Vwv 4022 (After Chopin's Op. 24 No. 1)
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15. L'oiselet, Vwv 4021 (After F. Chopn's Op. 68 No. 2)
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16. La Beauté, Vwv 4026 (After Chopin's Op. 67 No. 1)
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17. Berceuse (After Chopin's Op. 57)
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18. Hymne (After Chopin's Op. 55 No. 1)
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19. Coquette, Vwv 4025 (After Chopin's Op. 7 No. 1)
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20. 17 Polish Songs, Op. 74 (Excerpts): No. 2, Wiosna
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21. 17 Polish Songs, Op. 74 (Excerpts): No. 14, Pierścień
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22. 17 Polish Songs, Op. 74 (Excerpts): No. 12, Moja Pieszczotka
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"One should sing with the fingers," or "If you want to play piano, you need to learn to sing" -such statements and similar quotes by Frederic Chopin have been passed down by many of his students from their piano lessons with him. With a nearly Baroque-Classical aesthetic, he preached the idea of an analogy between music and language, and from this he paid meticulous attention to phrasing and articulation. It thus comes as no surprise that contemporaries and epigonic composers happily used the vocal habitus of many of his piano works to arrange them as actual art songs. Several particularly successful examples, written by Luigi Bordese, Pauline Viardot and anonymous composers were compiled for the present release by pianist Wolfgang Brunner, long-standing director of the Salzburg Hofmusik, with singers Lydia Teuscher, Olivia Vermeulen, Karol Kozlowski und Andreas Schmidt.