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Die Verschworenen


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  • Composer: Schubert
  • Audio CD (June 23 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Cpo
  • ASIN: B0000061K0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. 'Sie Ist's! Er Ist's' (No.1: Duetto) - Elke Schary/Adolf Dallapozza
2. Dialogue
3. 'Ich Schleiche Bang Und Still Umher' (No.2: Helene's Romance) - Gabriele Fuchs
4. Dialogue
5. 'Ihr Habt Auf Eure Burg Entboten' (No.3: Ens) - Edda Moser/Elke Schary/Adolf Dallapozza/Chor Des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Josef Schmidhuber
6. Dialogue
7. 'Ja, Wir Schworen' (No.4: Chor Of The Conspirators) - Chor Des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Josef Schmidhuber/Edda Moser
8. Dialogue
9. 'Voruber Ist Die Zeit' (No.5: March And Chor) - Munchner Rundfunkorchester/Heinz Wallberg/Chor Des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Josef Schmidhuber
10. Dialogue
11. 'Verraterei Hab' Ich Entdeckt' (No.6: Ens) - Adolf Dallapozza/Kurt Moll/
12. Dialogue
13. 'Wilkommen, Schon Wilkommen Hier In Dem Heimatland' (No.7: Chor Of Knights And Women) - Edda Moser/Gabriele Fuchs/Gudrun Greindl-Rosner/Sunhild Rauschkolb/Kurt Moll/Martin Finke/Chor...
14. Dialogue
15. 'Ich Muss Sie Finden' (No.8: Duetto) - Marin Hinke/Gabriele Fuchs
16. Dialogue
17. 'Ich habe Gewagt Und Habe Gestritten' (No.9: Arietta) - Kurt Moll
18. Dialogue
19. 'Gesetzt, Ihr Habt Wirklich Gewagt Und Gestritten' (No.10: Arietta Of The Countess) - Edda Moser
20. Dialogue
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There is no libretto or translation, the recorded sound is like a mediocre live performance, the liner notes and synopsis are a valiant but amusing effort in German-to-English translation, and several of the voices, the women especially, seem miscast in their roles. (A favorite singer, Kurt Moll, is splendid vocally--as usual--but to me he seems TOO noble for the Count, a role which might be better served by a lighter, more generic bass.)
But Schubert still manages to shine through.
I'm no scholar, but I can say that the music is consistently tuneful, the orchestration lovely. There are a few spots of difficulty with the vocal lines--it sounds like Schubert expected his singers to have the breath-regulating skills of an oboist or horn player. But most of it is singable and memorable. And you haven't REALLY heard Helene's romance ("Ich schleiche bang und still") until you've heard the orchestral version--beautiful.
Now, if only we could have a first-rate production of this hour-long treat. Schubert and his fans deserve it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fair stopgap for a work that deserves better Sept. 21 1999
By "b_mansfield" - Published on Amazon.com
There is no libretto or translation, the recorded sound is like a mediocre live performance, the liner notes and synopsis are a valiant but amusing effort in German-to-English translation, and several of the voices, the women especially, seem miscast in their roles. (A favorite singer, Kurt Moll, is splendid vocally--as usual--but to me he seems TOO noble for the Count, a role which might be better served by a lighter, more generic bass.)
But Schubert still manages to shine through.
I'm no scholar, but I can say that the music is consistently tuneful, the orchestration lovely. There are a few spots of difficulty with the vocal lines--it sounds like Schubert expected his singers to have the breath-regulating skills of an oboist or horn player. But most of it is singable and memorable. And you haven't REALLY heard Helene's romance ("Ich schleiche bang und still") until you've heard the orchestral version--beautiful.
Now, if only we could have a first-rate production of this hour-long treat. Schubert and his fans deserve it.
Great Music Oct. 18 2002
By "jasongriffor" - Published on Amazon.com
In our old choir, we performed a small selection from this great work. After hearing the song we performed, I had to buy this cd. The performance was wonderful. I recommend this Cd for any choral fan as well as any fan of Schubert.

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