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Cantate "Ich Habe Genug" Import

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  • Interprète: Hans Hotter, Jean-Sébastian Bach
  • Compositeur: Hans Hotter
  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B00000DO3U
  • Autres versions : Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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TitreArtiste Durée Prix
  1. Aria Ich Habe Genug(Cantate N 82)Hans Hotter 8:08EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  2. Recit Ich Habe Genug(Cantate N 82)Hans Hotter 1:30EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  3. Aria Schlummert Ein(Cantate N 82)Hans Hotter10:42Album uniquement
  4. Recit Mein Gott...(Cantate N 82)Hans Hotter 1:16EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  5. Aria Ich Freue Mich Auf Meinen Tod(Cantate N 82)Hans Hotter 4:04EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  6. Denn Es Gehet Dem Menschen(Vier Ernste Gesange 121Hans Hotter 4:33EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  7. Ich Wandte Mich Um Un ....(Vier Ernste Gesange 121Hans Hotter 4:03EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  8. O Tod Wie Bitter Bist Du..(Vier Ernste Gesange 121Hans Hotter 4:01EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
  9. Wenn Ich Mit Menschen (Vier Ernste Gesange 121Hans Hotter 4:50EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
10. Feldeinsamkeit Op86 N2Hans Hotter 4:04EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
11. Minnelied 3 Op71 N5Hans Hotter 2:05EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
12. Sapphische Ode Op94 N4Hans Hotter 2:47EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
13. Botschaft Op47 N1Hans Hotter 2:09EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
14. 6 Lieder Op. 85 (1989 Digital Remaster): Sommerabend (wds. Heine)Hans Hotter/Gerald Moore 2:34EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
15. 6 Lieder Op. 85 (1989 Digital Remaster): Mondenschein (wds. Heine)Hans Hotter/Gerald Moore 2:17EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
16. Standchen Op106 N1Hans Hotter 1:36EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
17. O Wusst Ich Doch Den Weg Zurucko Op63 N8Hans Hotter 3:28EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
18. Auf Dem Kirchofe Op105 N4Hans Hotter 2:45EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 
19. 6 Lieder Op. 85 (1989 Digital Remaster): In Waldenseinsamkeit (wds. Lemcke)Hans Hotter/Gerald Moore 2:29EUR 1,29  Acheter le titre 

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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par C. Meunier le 3 novembre 2009
Format: CD
Hans Hotter frappe par l'étendue de sa voix, qui, même dans les graves les plus profonds, reste absolument contrôlée, souple et limpide.
Une technique irréprochable, un sens du chant,une musicalité,une diction sans défaut et une humanité sans égal.
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Wonderful artistry. 12 décembre 2008
Par John Bratincevic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Originally on my review blog...check my profile if you are interested.

Note that I actually listened to the later "Great Recordings of the Century" remastering.


Traditionally, the best trained, most powerful, and most beautiful voices have favored the opera house, with interpretation taking a backseat to impressive vocalism. In contrast, less talented singers tend to favor the art song, committing all sorts of vocal immoralities in the name of "artistry." And then there are the "period performance" twits, who can do most any ugly, scratchy thing so long as the academics agree.

It is a supreme pleasure, then, when vocalism at the very highest level is combined with the emotive qualities of the art song or the formal structures of baroque and renaissance music. Such is the case here.

Hans Hotter possessed a dark, majestic, distinctly Germanic bass-baritone. His was the thunderous voice of gods and kings, perfectly suited to the great Wagner roles for which he was known. It is strange, then, to think of him in the humble religious trappings of Bach, or the intimate world of German lieder. Yet, he was perhaps one of the most insightful interpreters of the last century, known for performances of great sincerity and feeling.

The present album, recorded when the Hotter was in his prime, exemplifies his vocal and interpretive powers. Bach's "Ich Habe Genug", in which the Christian protagonist expresses his distaste towards life and longs for Jesus, is given perhaps its most affecting treatment on record. To hear an instrument of such majesty in Bach is simply wonderful, and Hotter captures the cantata's essence from the very first aria--he colors his powerful voice with complete humility, like a great man crushed by his cares. His phrasing displays a sensitive use of rubato, maintaining legato and the integrity of the vocal line while making each phrase ache with weariness. Similarly, the second aria is very legato, with Hotter lightening and warming his voice to create a vision of heavenly rest. And he throws himself into the difficult runs of third aria most impressively, his wish for death stated with just the right balance of aggression and desperation.

Brahm's biblical "Four Serious Songs" are just that--there are four of them and they are very, very serious, except for the last one which is actually kind of cheery in parts. The insightful, cynical commentary of the three texts is given appropriately funereal treatment, and Hotter thunders nicely when the words call for it. The fourth song--in which Paul exhorts the Corinthians to practice charity--is very warm and strikingly sincere throughout.

The 12 lieder rounding off the album are a little more of a mixed bag. Most listeners are used to ignoring the character deficiencies of individual timbres, but at times, the sentimental poetry sounds just a bit odd in the voice of Wotan. Still, each song is interpreted expertly, and there is much here to please even the most critical ear. "Feldeinsamkeit" dreamily draws out Brahms' Elysium-like world without ever languishing. "Sappische Ode" is very sweet, very devoted, and very beautifully phrased. "Ständchen" displays Hotter at his lightest and most charming. And of course, the more dramatic songs fare very well, particularly "Verrat", in which the protagonist's bitter sarcasm may be felt keenly.

Hotter's collaborators are a pleasure throughout, the Philharmonia Orchestra supporting with a nice feeling of pathos in the Bach and Gerald Moore delivering his typically perfect accompaniments in the Brahms. The recorded sound varies, a little grey and grainy in the cantata (which strangely adds to the mood), but fairly clear in the lieder.

The Bach alone is worth the price of admission on this album, and the Brahms is almost as good. Indispensable for fans of either composer, particularly if you feel starved for fine voices in this repertoire. It's selling at mid price, too.

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Wonderful 11 septembre 2007
Par Presbyteros - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Hans Hotter gives a truly wonderful performance of "Ich habe genug". His gravity gives a special meaning to the text, especially "Schlummert ein", which will make you hit the repeat button. That great combination of "opera singer who sings lieder" or "lieder singer who sings opera", whichever you prefer, gives Hotter the tools to suggest the total world-wearyness of a man ready "to depart in peace". Utterly sincere, and beautiful, hardly betraying the age of the recording (occasionally in the orchestra). This is proof that Bach singing is not a new invention, and it did pre-date the "authentic" movement.
The Brahms is no less successful, with Hotter spinning out the longest phrase I have ever heard in "Feldeinsamkeit".
This is now available as an "EMI Great Recording", but at this price, it's a steal.
The Brahms songs are absolutely the finest I have ever heard performed 24 décembre 2014
Par Wolfram von Eschenbach - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Two other reviews here speak of the Bach Cantata. And I heartily concur. The Brahms songs are absolutely the finest I have ever heard performed. Like their recordings of Schubert's great cycles, Schannengesang and Die Winterreise, Hans Hotter and Gerald Moore give utterly direct readings of these great songs. I don't know quite how to describe Hotter's approach but to say that he is never the star. It is the composer and poet who are featured, no matter if he be Bach, Brahms, Schubert, Schumann, Wagner or Wolf. The deceptive simplicity of Hotter's approach allows the music to reach us directly. There are now more famous Lieder singers who's sometimes more fussy approach is called "insightful." And sometimes it can be that, but more often than not it calls attention to the artist and "his or her brilliance" and distracts us from the genius of the composer. Hotter never does that.

I hope that if you are reading this review and trying to make up your mind weather to purchase this recording that you do so. Hotter gives us a unique kind of music making that I find utterly direct, arresting, and inspiring.
Five Stars 22 mai 2015
Par Azaz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
the Bach cantata is unequalled; such feeling.....
Five Stars 23 juin 2015
Par Mathew Thomas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Beautiful recordings.
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