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Walter Braunfels: Verkundigung, Op. 50 133:35   $
Halt, Herr Ritter, abgestiegen! (Violaine, Peter) 18:30   $
Act I Scene 1: Schon zu Ende, schon zu Ende! (Andreas, Mutter) 13:45   $
Act I Scene 2: Geh' und sag' ihr, dass sie ihn nicht heiraten darf (Mara, Mutter) 03:09   $
Act I Scene 3: He, was erzahlst du mir da? (Andreas, Jakobaus, Mutter, Maids and Servants, Violaine, Mara) 10:53   $
Act II: O meine Braut im Blutenhag, sei mir gegrusst (Jakobaus, Violaine) 20:20   $

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During the Weimar Republic era, alongside Richard Strauss, the then oft-performed composer Walter Braunfels was considered an important exponent of a moderate modernism. Despite his Jewish roots, his works are characterized by a deep Christian humanism. Written in 1933, Verkündigung ("The Annunciation"), set in medieval times, reflects on the major issues of that time, including a search for meaning behind undeserved suffering. Ulf Schirmer leads the Münchner Rundfunkorchester with renowned soprano Juliane Banse and rising tenor Matthias Klink in the main roles.

Braunfels: Verkündigung (Live)

Category Opera

Period Early 20th, Late 20th

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