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Homage to Robert Schumann [electronic resource]: Live From the Frauenkirche Dresden

Ute Feudel; Schumann, Robert; Feudel, Ute
Format
Video; Computer Resource; Online Video; Online
Summary
Between 1844 and 1859 Robert Schumann lived in Dresden where he composed a third of his complete works. This concert marks the 200th anniversary of Robert Schumann's birth and offers a welcome opportunity for Daniel Harding and the Staatskapelle Dresden to introduce three of the most impressive but now too rarely performed works from his Dresden period (Overture to Genoveva, Requiem für Mignon and Nachtlied). Particular highlights - which will come as a surprise even to connoisseurs of his works - are a first performance and a world premiere of rediscovered and reconstructed symphonic movements dating from the composer's legendary "symphony year" of 1841. Moreover, Rhenish Symphony, composed by Schumann after leaving Dresden and widely influenced by his impressions of the Cologne Cathedral, blends in perfectly with the sacral architecture of the Frauenkirche.
Director
Ute Feudel
Release Date
2010
Run Time
77 min.
Language
This edition sung in German
Notes
Title from resource description page (viewed May 1, 2013).
Variant Title
Genoveva, op. 81
Symphony fragment in C minor (reconstructed by Joachim Draheim)
Abendmusik in B flat major (reconstructed by Joachim Draheim)
Nachtlied, op. 108
Requiem für Mignon, op. 98b
Symphony no. 3 in E flat major, op. 97
Series
Classical Music in Video
Published
Germany : ArtHaus Musik, 2010.
Recording Info
Recorded in 2010, in Dresden, Germany.
Description
1 online resource (77 min.).
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