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Wagner - Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg - Rudolf Kempe (2002)



Wagner - Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg - Rudolf Kempe (2002)

Wagner - Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg - Rudolf Kempe (2002) [Box Set, 4 CDs]
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Classical | Release: 2002 | Label: Gebhardt Records


Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg (The Mastersingers of Nuremberg) is an opera in three acts, written and composed by Richard Wagner. It is one of the most popular operas in the repertory, and is among the longest still commonly performed today, usually taking around four and a half hours. It was first performed at the Konigliches Hof- und National-Theater in Munich, on June 21, 1868. The conductor at the premiere was Hans von Bulow.

The story takes place in Nuremberg during the middle of the 16th century. At the time, Nuremberg was an Imperial Free City, and one of the centers of the Renaissance in Northern Europe. The story revolves around the real-life guild of Meistersinger (Master Singers), an association of amateur poets and musicians, mostly from the middle class and often master craftsmen in their main professions. The Mastersingers developed a craftsmanlike approach to music-making, with an intricate system of rules for composing and performing songs. The work draws much of its charm from its faithful depiction of the Nuremberg of the era and the traditions of the Mastersinger guild. One of the main characters, the cobbler-poet Hans Sachs, is based on an actual historical figure: Hans Sachs (14941576), the most famous of the historical Mastersingers.

In the first Act, the town goldsmith Veit Pogner announces that the winner of the St. John's Feast Day (Midsummer's Day) song contest will win the hand in marriage of his daughter, Eva. The only stipulation is that the winner must be, or become, a Mastersinger. Walther, a young knight who is already in love with Eva, determines to enter the contest, but his song is too radical, and he fails in his attempt to become a Mastersinger. In the second Act, the town clerk Beckmesser decides to enter the contest and attempts to woo Eva, but unwittingly causes a riot. In the third act, the cobbler Hans Sachs helps Walther to compose a Mastersong with which Walther ultimately defeats his rival Beckmesser and wins Eva.

Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg occupies a unique place in Wagner's oeuvre. It is the only comedy among his mature operas, (he having come to reject his early Das Liebesverbot), and is his only opera centered on a historically well-defined time and place rather than a mythical or legendary setting. It is the only mature Wagner opera to be based on an entirely original story, devised by Wagner himself. It incorporates many of the operatic conventions that Wagner had railed against in his essays on the theory of opera: rhymed verse, arias, choruses, a quintet, and even a ballet. Die Meistersinger is, like Orfeo, Capriccio, and Wagner's own earlier Tannhauser, a musical composition in which the composition of music is a pivotal part of the story. (Wikipedia)

Track list:

CD1:

01. Prelude
02. Act-1 Scene 1 - Da zu dir der Heiland kam, willig seine Taufe nahm
03. Act-1 Scene 1 - Verweilt! - Ein Wort! Ein einzig Wort!
04. Act-1 Scene 1 - Da bin ich; wer ruft?
05. Act-1 Scene 2 - David, was stehst?
06. Act-1 Scene 2 - Mein Herr, der Singer Meisterschlag gewinnt sich nicht an einem Tag
07. Act-1 Scene 2 - Das sind nur die Namen; nun lernt sie singen
08. Act-1 Scene 2 - Habt ihr zum 'Singer' euch aufgeschwungen und der Meister T?ne richtig gesungen
09. Act-1 Scene 3 - Seid meiner Treue wohl versehen, was ich bestimmt, ist euch zu Nutz:
10. Act-1 Scene 3 - Zu einer Freiung und Zunftberatung ging an die Meister ein' Einladung:
11. Act-1 Scene 3 - Das schone Fest, Johannistag, ihr wisst, begeh'n wir morgen;
12. Act-1 Scene 3 - Das heisst ein Wort, ein Wort ein Mann!
13. Act-1 Scene 3 - Verzeiht! Vielleicht schon ginget ihr zu weit
14. Act-1 Scene 3 - Mir gen??gt der Jungfer Ausschlagstimm'
15. Act-1 Scene 3 - Dacht' ich mir's doch! Geht's da hinaus, Veit?
16. Act-1 Scene 3 - Am stillen Herd in Winterszeit, wann Burg und Hof mir eingeschneit
17. Act-1 Scene 3 - Nun, Meister, wenn's gefallt, werd' das Gemerk bestellt
18. Act-1 Scene 3 - Was euch zum Liede Richt' und Schnur, vernehmt nun aus der Tabulatur!

CD2:

01. Act-1 Scene 3 - 'Fanget an!' - So rief der Lenz in den Wald
02. Act-1 Scene 3 - Seid ihr nun fertig?
03. Act-1 Scene 3 - Halt, Meister! Nicht so geeilt!
04. Act-1 Scene 3 - Aus finst'rer Dornenhecken die Eule rauscht hervor
05. Act-2 Scene 1 - Johannistag! Johannistag!
06. Act-2 Scene 2 - Lass sehn, ob Nachbar Sachs zu Haus?
07. Act-2 Scene 3 - Zeig her! - 's ist gut. Dort an der Tur'
08. Act-2 Scene 3 - Wie duftet doch der Flieder so mild, so stark und voll!
09. Act-2 Scene 4 - Gut'n Abend, Meister! Noch so fleissig?
10. Act-2 Scene 4 - Hilf Gott! Wo bliebst du nur so spat? - Scene 5 - Da ist er!
11. Act-2 Scene 5 - Ja, ihr seid es! nein, du bist es!
12. Act-2 Scene 5 - Uble Dinge, die ich da merk': - Scene 6 - Wie? Sachs? Auch er?
13. Act-2 Scene 6 - Jerum! Jerum! Hallo allohe!
14. Act-2 Scene 6 - Mich schmerzt das Lied, ich weiss nicht wie!
15. Act-2 Scene 6 - War das eu'r Lied?
16. Act-2 Scene 6 - Den Tag seh' ich erscheinen, der m??r wohl gefall'n tut:
17. Act-2 Scene 6 - Seid ihr nun fertig?
18. Act-2 Scene 7 - Ach, Himmel! David! Gott, welche Not!

CD3:

01. Act-3 - Prelude
02. Act-3 Scene 1 - Gleich, Meister! Hier!
03. Act-3 Scene 1 - Blumen und Bander seh' ich dort: schaut hold und jugendlich aus
04. Act-3 Scene 1 - 'Am Jordan Sankt Johannes stand'
05. Act-3 Scene 1 - Wahn! Wahn! ??berall Wahn!
06. Act-3 Scene 2 - Gruss' Gott, mein Junker! Ruhtet ihr noch?
07. Act-3 Scene 2 - Mein Freund, in holder Jugendzeit
08. Act-3 Scene 2 - Morgenlich leuchtend in rosigem Schein
09. Act-3 Scene 2 - Abendlich gluhend in himmlischer Pracht verschied der Tag
10. Act-3 Scene 3 - Ein Werbelied! Von Sachs! Ist's wahr?
11. Act-3 Scene 3 - Oh Schuster, voll von Ranken
12. Act-3 Scene 3 - Mag sein; doch hab' ich noch nie entwandt
13. Act-3 Scene 4 - Gruss Gott, mein Evchen!
14. Act-3 Scene 4 - Weilten die Sterne im lieblichen Tanz?
15. Act-3 Scene 4 - O Sachs, mein Freund! Du teurer Mann!

CD4:

01. Act-3 Scene 4 - Ein Kind ward hier geboren:
02. Act-3 Scene 4 - Selig, wie die Sonne meines Gluckes lacht
03. Act-3 Scene 4 - Nun, Junker, kommt! Habt frohen Mut!
04. Act-3 Scene 5 - Sankt Krispin, lobet ihn!
05. Act-3 Scene 5 - Ihr tanzt? Was werden die Meister sagen?
06. Act-3 Scene 5 - Wacht auf, es nahet gen den Tag;
07. Act-3 Scene 5 - Euch macht ihr's leicht, mir macht ihr's schwer
08. Act-3 Scene 5 - O Sachs, mein Freund! Wie dankenswert!
09. Act-3 Scene 5 - Morgen ich leuchte in rosigem Schein
10. Act-3 Scene 5 - Das Lied, furwahr, ist nicht von mir
11. Act-3 Scene 5 - Morgenlich leuchtend im rosigen Schein, von Blut' und Duft geschwellt die Luft
12. Act-3 Scene 5 - Verachtet mir die Meister nicht, und ehrt mir ihre Kunst!
13. Freischutz - Nein, langer trag'ich nicht die Qualen
14. Freischutz - Durch die Walder durch die Auen
15. Freischutz - Wolfsschlucht

# Performer: Ferdinand Frantz, Tiana Leimnitz, Gerhard Unger, Kurt Bohme
# Orchestra: Saxon State Orchestra
# Conductor: Rudolf Kempe
# Composer: Richard Wagner

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CD1
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CD2
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