Singer: Glanville Mark

Accompanier: Knapp Alexander

Discography item

G 15

 

 

Information Artists & Performance

 

Singer (name) – Internet Information

Mark Glanville

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Glanville

http://www.yiddishwinterreise.com/ 

    Voice / age in recording year

Bass-bariton / 53

    Year of birth / Country

England 1959

Accompanier / Internet Information

Alexander Knapp / https://www.allmusic.com/artist/alexander-knapp-mn0001646351/compositions 

https://sounds.bl.uk/World-and-traditional-music/Interviews-with-ethnomusicologists/025M-C1397X0001XX-0001V0 

     Instrument

piano

Language / Version

Yiddish: Schubert’s cycle of love forlorn, retold in Yiddish song devised by Mark Glanville

Total time (min / sec)

61´

     Songs 1 - 5 // 6 - 10

2:07 – 1:45 – 3:03 – 1:12 – 4:09 // 1:43 – 5:01 – 3:13 – 2:38 – 3:54

     Songs 11-15 // 16 - 20

4:29 - 2:18 – 3:02 – 5:38 – 3:37 // 1:52 – 2:49 – 2:18 – 2;28 – 4:13

 

 

Information LP/CD considered

 

Medium /Label /code/technique+S/M

CD/Nimbus Alliance/

Date of recording / Location

09.2012/ Nimbus Alliance – N16191

Editor / Exec.Producer / Art direction

 

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Booklet languages, authors(s) 

 

Song texts / languages 

 

Supplementary on CD / LP

 

Miscellaneous

  • This recording comprises a specially devised cycle of twenty songs from the Yiddish repertoire— only the second time a collection of Yiddish songs has been forged into a narrative cycle with a coherent dramatic trajectory. A stark contrast to Mark Glanville’s Holocaust-focused programme, A Yiddish Winterreise, it explores and reveals different aspects of the Yiddish tradition. As in Schubert’s original, Die schöne Müllerin (‘the beautiful miller girl’), from which it takes its name, it tells a story of unrequited love.

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G15

 
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