Matthias Goerne baritone – Jan Lisiecki piano
6 Lieder (Gellert), op. 48 Ludwig van Beethoven
An die ferne Geliebte, op. 98 Ludwig van Beethoven
Resignation, WoO 149 Ludwig van Beethoven
An die Hoffnung, op. 32 Ludwig van Beethoven
Lied aus der Ferne, WoO 137 Ludwig van Beethoven
Maigesang, op. 52/4 Ludwig van Beethoven
Der Liebende, WoO 139 Ludwig van Beethoven
An die Hoffnung, op. 94 Ludwig van Beethoven
Adelaide, op. 46 Ludwig van Beethoven
Wonne der Wehmut, op. 83/1 Ludwig van Beethoven
Das Liedchen von der Ruhe, op. 52/3 Ludwig van Beethoven
An die Geliebte, WoO. 140 Ludwig van Beethoven
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We mainly remember Beethoven’s symphonic works for piano or his chamber music; but what of his lieder? If Schubert was the number one specialist in the matter, the man behind the genre would seem to be Beethoven – among others. Moreover, at times delicate, at times surprisingly expressive, these pieces are of a rarely evoked wealth; all the more reason for Matthias Goerne to concentrate on the composer’s operatic output on the occasion of the Beethoven year. To accompany him in this adventure: the young and exceptionally gifted pianist Jan Lisiecki.