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Schubert: Winterreise, D. 911

Stephan Genz, Michel Dalberto

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Winterreise, D. 911  
1
I. Gute Nacht
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
4:54
2
II. Die Wetterfahne
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
1:35
3
III. Gefrorne Tränen
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:20
4
IV. Erstarrung
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:42
5
V. Der Lindenbaum
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
4:38
6
VI. Wasserflut
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
4:27
7
VII. Auf dem Flusse
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
3:29
8
VIII. Rückblick
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:02
9
IX. Irrlicht
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:39
10
X. Rast
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:58
11
XI. Frühlingstraum
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
4:20
12
XII. Einsamkeit
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:36
13
XIII. Die Post
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:11
14
XIV. Der greise Kopf
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:49
15
XV. Die Krähe
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
1:37
16
XVI. Letzte Hoffnung
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
1:48
17
XVII. Im Dorfe
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:41
18
XVIII. Der stürmische Morgen
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
0:50
19
XIX. Täuschung
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
1:32
20
XX. Der Wegweiser
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
3:43
21
XXI. Das Wirtshaus
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
4:17
22
XXII. Mut
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
1:21
23
XXIII. Die Nebensonnen
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
2:32
24
XXIV. Der Leiermann
Franz Schubert; Stephan Genz; Michel Dalberto
3:37
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    67:38
Barytonist Stephan Genz and pianist Michel Dalberto come together on this performance of Schubert’s Winterreise (“winter journey”), the quintessential Romantic work about an itinerant outsider, unlucky in love, whose death is inevitable on his journey. Based on Wilhelm Müller’s poetic cycle, the composition features a narrator but not much of a narrative. Schubert offers a depiction of a fractured, spiralling consciousness in which present, past and future intermingle. The wintry weather offers its signifiers of decay and dying throughout: the frozen tears, the falling leaves, the fir trees bent to the wind, the snow blowing in the wanderer’s face and his hair turned white from frost. The environment, both natural and emotional, is more important here than any story.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Claves Records Studio

Recorded in Studio Teije van Geest, Sandhausen, Germany, October 18 - 21, 2010
Recording producer, editing and mastering: Teije van Geest
Assistant recording engineer: Kohei Seguchi
Piano: Bösendorfer
Piano technician: Thomas Gärtner
Executive producers: Stéphanie Cudré-Mauroux and Peteris Skrebers
Published by the kind permission of La Dogana, Genève, © 2011 La Dogana, Genève
Cover © 2015 Giorgio Skory
Photograph © 2010 studio visuell, Nico Rademacher, Heidelberg
Texts © 2015 Constance Frei (French), © 1985 Stefan Kunze (German), © 2015 Chris Walton (English)
Design: Amethys, Vevey
Producer: Patrick Peikert, Claves Records

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