Carolyn Sampson & Joseph Middleton – Fleurs (2015) CD Rip

Artist: Carolyn Sampson & Joseph Middleton
Title: Fleurs
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: BIS
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, booklet)
Total Time: 68:50 min
Total Size: 272 MB


Tracklist:
Henry Purcell: Purcell – 6 Songs (text by R. Norton)
Purcell – 6 Songs: No. 6. Sweeter than Roses, Z. 585/1
Robert Schumann: 6 Gedichte und Requiem, Op. 90 (text by N. Lenau)
6 Gedichte und Requiem, Op. 90: No. 2. Meine Rose
Robert Schumann: 6 Gesange, Op. 89
6 Gesange, Op. 89: No. 6. Roselein, Roselein!
Roger Quilter: 7 Elizabethan Lyrics, Op. 12 (Anonymous lyricist)
7 Elizabethan Lyrics, Op. 12: No. 3. Damask Roses
Benjamin Britten: The Poet’s Echo (‘Ekho Po’eta), Op. 76
The Poet’s Echo (‘Ekho Po’eta), Op. 76: No. 4. Solovej i roza (The Nightingale and the Rose)
Charles-Francois Gounod: Le temps des roses
Le temps des roses
Gabriel Faure: 4 Songs, Op. 39
Les roses d’Ispahan, Op. 39, No. 4
Richard Strauss: 4 Lieder, Op. 36, TrV 186
4 Lieder, Op. 36, TrV 186: No. 1. Das Rosenband
Richard Strauss: Madchenblumen, Op.22 TrV 153
No. 1. Kornblumen
No. 2. Mohnblumen
No. 3. Epheu
No. 4. Wasserrose
Franz Schubert: Die Blumensprache, Op. 173, No. 5, D. 519
Die Blumensprache, Op. 173, No. 5, D. 519
Franz Schubert: Im Haine, Op. 56, No. 3, D. 738
Im Haine, Op. 56, No. 3, D. 738
Robert Schumann: Lieder und Gesange, Book 1, Op. 27: No. 4. Jasminenstrauch
Lieder und Gesange, Book 1, Op. 27: No. 4. Jasminenstrauch
Robert Schumann: 3 Gesange, Op. 83
3 Gesange, Op. 83: No. 2. Die Blume der Ergebung
Robert Schumann: Lieder-Album fur die Jugend, Op. 79 (text by F. Ruckert)
Lieder-Album fur die Jugend, Op. 79: No. 27. Schneeglockchen
Francis Poulenc: Fiancailles pour rire, FP 101
Fiancailles pour rire, FP 101: No. 6. Fleurs
Gabriel Faure: Le papillon et la fleur, Op. 1, No. 1
Le papillon et la fleur, Op. 1, No. 1
Gabriel Faure: Fleur jetee, Op. 39, No. 2
Fleur jetee, Op. 39, No. 2
Reynaldo Hahn: Offrande
Offrande
Claude Debussy: Proses lyriques, L. 84
Proses lyriques: No. 3. De fleurs
Lili Boulanger: Clairieres dans le ciel
Clairieres dans le ciel: IX. Les lilas qui avaient fleuri (The lilacs that had flowered)
Emmanuel Chabrier: Toutes les fleurs
Toutes les fleurs

Nearly everyone who has listened to Baroque vocal music in the 21st century knows the name and voice of British soprano Carolyn Sampson, so many will be surprised to learn that this is her debut solo recital album. Replicating a concert program Sampson has often performed with pianist Joseph Middleton, it is here recorded in sublimely accurate SACD sound at Suffolk’s Potton Hall. Song aficionados may enjoy trying to deduce the structure of the program from the plain track listing on the CD’s back cover: clearly the theme is flowers, but how are the 24 tracks subdivided after the initial group that’s all about roses? After this is a group of Richard Strauss songs titled "Strauss’s Flowermaidens," and then a highly original grouping of Schumann and Schubert songs on the theme "When blooms speak." Finally there’s "Un bouquet francaise," a diverse collection of French songs from the 19th and early 20th centuries. As it happens, Sampson is as effective in this Romantic and early modern repertory as she is in Handel and Bach. She inhabits all three languages effectively, and the program hangs together very well: most of the material is on the sadder side and doesn’t go much beyond medium tempo (there is no Heidenroslein or anything like it). The music is affecting, the singer confident, the accompanist (who had a big hand in devising the program) sensitive, and the engineering superb. A highly recommended recital. — James Manheim

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