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One morning in 1822, Schubert wrote down an enigmatic text in which all his ghosts seem to take shape: wandering, solitude, consolation, disappointed love. Inspired by this dreamlike narrative, Raphaël Pichon, Pygmalion and Stéphane Degout have devised a vast Romantic fresco, combining resurrection of unknown treasures with rediscovery of established masterpieces.
One morning in 1822, Schubert wrote down an enigmatic text in which all his ghosts seem to take shape: wandering, solitude, consolation, disappointed love. Inspired by this dreamlike narrative, Raphaël Pichon, Pygmalion and Stéphane Degout have devised a vast Romantic fresco, combining resurrection of unknown treasures with rediscovery of established masterpieces.
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Mein Traum - Schubert Weber Schumann
Artist: Stephane Pygmalion Degout
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1. Schubert: Lazarus, D.689, Act II: Recitativo ; Aria "Wo bin ich. O könnt' ich"
2. Schubert: Alfonso und Estrella, D.732, Act I: Chorus "Zur jagd"
3. Schubert: Alfonso und Estrella, D.732, Act II: Recitativo ; Aria "O sing mir Vater. Der Jäger"
4. Liszt: Der Doppelgänger, S.375 No. 5 (After Schwanengesang, D.957 No.13 by Franz Schubert)
5. Schubert: Symphony No.7 in B Minor, D.759 "Unfinished": I. Allegro moderato
6. Weber: Oberon, Act II: Aria "O wie wogt es so schon auf der Flut"
7. Schubert: Symphony No.7 in B-Minor, D.759 "Unfinished": II. Andante con moto
8. Schumann: 6 Romanzen fĂĽr Frauenstimmen, Op.69:
9. Meerfey
10. Weber: Euryanthe, Act II: Recitativo ; Aria "Wo berg ich mich. So weih ich mich" (extract)
11. Schubert: Alfonso und Estrella, D.732, Act III: Introduction
12. Schubert: Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, D.583, Anh.1a/14 (Arr. for Orchestra by Johannes Brahms)
13. Schubert: Ave Maria, D.839, Op.52 No.6
14. Schubert: Lazarus, D. 689, Act II: Chorus "Sanft und still"
15. Schumann: Szenen aus Goethes Faust, WoO.3, Part III Scene V: Aria "Hier ist die Aussicht frei"
16. Schubert: Gott ist mein Hirt, D.706

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One morning in 1822, Schubert wrote down an enigmatic text in which all his ghosts seem to take shape: wandering, solitude, consolation, disappointed love. Inspired by this dreamlike narrative, Raphaël Pichon, Pygmalion and Stéphane Degout have devised a vast Romantic fresco, combining resurrection of unknown treasures with rediscovery of established masterpieces.
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