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All Who Wander

Release date: 11 Nov 2016, DE3494


Brian Zeger, Jamie Barton


Antonín Dvořák, Gustav Mahler, Jean Sibelius




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No. 1. Ich atmet' einen linden Duft 02:43   $
No. 2. Liebst du um Schönheit 02:44   $
No. 3. Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder 01:32   $
No. 4. Um Mitternacht 06:56   $
No. 5. Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen 06:49   $
No. 2. Ich ging mit Lust 04:41   $
No. 2. Erinnerung 02:46   $
No. 3. Scheiden und Meiden 02:43   $
No. 1. Má píseň zas mi láskou zní 02:51   $
No. 2. Aj! Kterak trojhranec můj přerozkošně zvoní 01:13   $
No. 3. A les je tichý kolem kol 03:17   $
No. 4. Když mne stará matka zpívat, zpívat učívala 02:41   $
No. 5. Struna naladěna 01:11   $
No. 6. Široké rukávy a široké gatě 01:40   $
No. 7. Dejte klec jestřábu ze zlata ryzého 02:04   $
No. 1. Svarta rosor (Black Roses) 02:20   $
No. 4. Säv, säv, susa (Reed, Reed, Rustle) 02:55   $
No. 5. Flickan kom ifran sin alsklings mote (The girl returned from meeting her lover) 03:58   $
No. 2. Kyssens hopp (Kiss's Hope) (version for voice and piano) 02:18   $
No. 5. Marssnon (The March Snow) 01:39   $
No. 4. Var det en dröm? (Was it a dream?) (version for voice and piano) 02:12   $

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“The world has been waiting for this voice for a long time – one that reminds you of how capable the human voice is of creating something of absolute beauty. Jamie pours all of her heart into every phrase of this deeply personal debut album. You will be utterly transported.” – Joyce DiDonato

Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton burst upon the global opera and concert scene in recent years after having won many of the world’s most prestigious prizes for vocal excellenceand accomplishments. Delos has scored a major coup in releasing her debut album.

Jamie’s well-chosen program of late-Romantic repertoire begins with eight of Gustav Mahler’s finest lieder – including his wonderful Five Rückert Songs – before treating us to the rare delights of Antonin Dvořák’s song cycle Gypsy Songs. Her album concludes with even more seldom-heard selections from the many lovely Swedish-language songs of Finnish master Jean Sibelius.

All Who Wander

Category Vocal

Period Romantic, Early 20th

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