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Klaudia Tandl, Gisela Jöbstl – Entre Deux Mondes (24/96 FLAC)

Klaudia Tandl, Gisela Jöbstl - Entre Deux Mondes (24/96 FLAC)

Klaudia Tandl, Gisela Jöbstl – Entre Deux Mondes (24/96 FLAC)

Performer: Klaudia Tandl, Gisela Jöbstl
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: Oehms
Catalogue: OC496
Release: 2022
Size: 1.2 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

01. Clarke: Tiger, Tiger
02. Schubert: Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, Op. 24 No. 1, D. 583

Jolas: Plupart du temps I
03. No. 1, Entre deux mondes
04. No. 2, Naissance à l’orage
05. No. 3, Minute
06. No. 4, Tumulte
07. No. 5, En face
08. No. 6, Forte mer

Ferek-Petric: Liederzirkus
09. Für Ingeborg Bachmann

10. Schubert: Atys D585

Wolf: Mörike-Lieder
11. No. 47, Die Geister am Mummelsee

12. Saariaho: Du gick, flög (Version for Voice & Piano)

Wolf: Mörike-Lieder
13. No. 45, Nixe Binsefuß

Wolf: Eichendorff-Lieder
14. No. 8, Nachtzauber

Ravel: Shéhérazade
15. No. 1, Asie
16. No. 2, La flûte enchantée
17. No. 3, L’indifférent

Schoenberg: 4 Lieder für eine Singstimme und Klavier, Op. 2
18. No. 1, Erwartung

19. Clarke: The Seal Man
20. Schubert: Im Abendrot, D. 799 (1st Version)

“Entre deux mondes” is a journey through different spheres and a breaking away from borders. In order to reach a truly diverse perspective on the possible meanings of this subject, the featured composers are distinctly contrasted – both male and female, from the Romantic period to the present day, and in a variety of languages.

This is Klaudia Tandl and Gisela Jöbstl’s debut album. “The song cycle Plupart du temps by the French composer Betsy Jolas has fascinated us since first discovering it. Her music and Pierre Reverdy’s sur-realistic imagery are like a playground for possible interpretations. We were truly drawn into this world where there is so much room for different perspectives. Out of this playfulness emerged a versatile program that emphasizes the apparent incomprehensible, inconceivable and improbable – seemingly out of this world.

For us, that is the wonder of these works – they draw you into different spheres. Some-times seriously confronting – sometimes playfully light – sometimes sensually seductive. “Entre deux mondes” – taken from the first song of the cycle Plupart du temps – seems to us the ideal title to unite this abundance of facets”. (Klaudia Tandl und Gisela Jöbstl)

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