Staehle: Mädchenliebe, Songs
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Composer: Hugo Staehle
Artists: Eleonore Contucci (soprano), Costantino Mastroprimiano (fortepiano)
Hugo Staehle (1826–1848) is one of the unsung composers of late–Romantic Germany. After being taught by Hauptmann and Deichert, pupils of Louis Spohr, Staehle was later taken on by Spohr himself, who praised the young German’s outstanding talent. Among the listed works from the composer’s short life are the opera Arria and the Symphony No.1 in C minor. This disc brings together two collections of his songs, performed by acclaimed soprano Eleonora Contucci and veteran fortepianist Costantino Mastroprimiano – the latter in full command of the wonderful 18th-century Graf fortepiano, since its build in the possession of the Contucci family.
The first of the song collections, Six Lieder for soprano or tenor with pianoforte accompaniment Op.2, is based on texts by Heinrich Heine and Emanuel Geibel, and was published, with the help of the composer’s family, after his death. It is is followed on the album by Marcia, an intermezzo for piano, and subsequently by the Eight German Lieder by Emanuel Geibel for voice with pianoforte accompaniment. Each of the song collections ends with an unpublished prayer – the first, ‘Zu dir in deiner Himmelspracht’, is based on Jacob Hoffmeister’s text, and the second, ‘Gebet während der Schlacht’, on a text by Theodor Körner.
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