Behind The Lines – Prohaska

Es geht ein dunkle Wolk herein
Music to Goethe’s Tragedy “Egmont” op.84
1. Lied Clärchen: “Die Trommel gerühret”
Kriegslied eines Kindes (Zeitungsausschnitte)
5. Der Tambour
Gedichte von Joseph v. Eichendorff
Der Soldat II
Six Romances, Op.8
Polyubila ya na pechal’ svoyu I Have Grown Fond Of Sorrow (Six Romances, Op. 8)
My Luve’s In Germanie
Three Songs Of The War
1. In Flanders Fields (Three Songs Of The War)
1, 2, 3
3. Tom Sails Away (Three Songs Of The War)
Five Shakespeare Songs, Op.23
1. Fear No More The Heat O’ The Sun (Five Shakespeare Songs, Op.23)
The Hollywood Songbook 1943
Die letzte Elegie
Die Heimkehr
Wandring In This Place
Schwanengesang, D.957
Kriegers Ahnung
Sieben Gesänge aus Walter Scotts “Fräulein vom See”, D.837
Ellens Gesang I, Op.52 (Sieben Gesänge aus Walter Scotts “Fräulein vom See”, D.837)
Untergang, Op.1
Jeanne d’Arc au bucher, S.293
Romances and Ballads 2. Book, Op.49
1. Die beiden Grenadiere
Chansons villageoises
6. Le retour du sergent
Fünf Lieder, Op.40
3. Der Soldat
Songs from “Des Knaben Wunderhorn”
Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen
Four Walt Whitman Songs
1. Beat! Beat! Drums! (Four Walt Whitman Songs)
4. Dirge For Two Veterans (Four Walt Whitman Songs)

Prohaska, Anna / Schneider, Eric

Format: 1 CD
Release date: 18/7/2014
Barcode: 0028947924722 Catégories : ,



   in Opera Now (Nov, 2014)
Anna Prohaska describes herself as ‘something of a European mix’, with Austrian Jewish blood on her father’s side and working- class Anglo-Irish roots from her mother. Both families saw their fair share of war during the 20th century and it’s this history that inspired Prohaska to record Behind the Lines, her latest recital disc featuring songs about the drama and tragedy of warfare across the ages.

It’s hard to imagine a more fitting musical tribute to the millions of lives lost in conflict: this is brilliantly conceived programming performed with incredible artistry, giving equal weight to the song texts as well as their music. The engineering is also superb, capturing …


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