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Nine German Arias


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1. Die Ihr Aus Dunkeln Gruften
2. In Den Angenehmen Buschen
3. Adagio -
4. Allegro -
5. Adagio -
6. Bourree Anglaise -
7. Menuet
8. Kunft'ger Zeiten Eitler Kummer
9. Susse Stille, Sanfte Quelle
10. Allegro -
11. Grave -
12. Allegro
13. Singe, Seele, Gott Zum Preise
14. Susser Blumen Ambraflocken
15. Das Zitternde Glanzen Der Spielenden Wellen
16. Largo -
17. Allegro -
18. Adagio -
19. Bourree Anglaise
20. Flammende Rose, Zierde Der Erden
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Enjoyable, fresh Oct. 28 2007
By Kilchomin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
My old vinyl version of these arias used oboe in palce of violin and I especially liked that substitution -- but I adjusted to this version pretty easily -- these are fresh, almost intimate. Sampson's is not a rich voice, but I think her style suits the meaning of these arias well. Not sure about Sampson's German though, but that's not a major issue for me.
Overall, "four stars."
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Gorgeous July 7 2009
By RJYounes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is an absolutely gorgeous rendition of these lovely arias. I've listened to and enjoyed the versions by Monoyios and Roschmann, but to my ear Sampson captures the spirit of the music with the right balance of vocal purity and richness and emotional depth. Monoyios is on the thin side, vocally and emotionally, while Roschmann, in contrast, seems to overdo them, and her voice does not have a typically baroque timbre. The instrumental accompaniments, as well as the oboe sonatas interspersed among the arias, are beautifully played here as well. The acoustics are rich and beautiful.


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