Making their debut on Resonus with a ravishing programme of 'Songs of Love and Death' by Robert Schumann is the critically acclaimed duo of baritone Simon Wallfisch and pianist Edward Rushton. Alongside what is perhaps Schumann's best-known Wanderlieder song series, Dichterliebe, Op. 48, from 1840, this distinguished pairing have explored two further series from Schumann's notoriously productive 'Liederjahr' of 1840 - his Op. 35 setting of twelve poems by Justinus Kerner, and the Fünf Lieder, Op. 40, containing four songs by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. Simon Wallfisch is one of Britain's most sought after Baritones, at home on the opera and concert stage. In 2017, Simon made his Wigmore Hall debut live on BBC Radio 3. He has a growing catalogue of song recordings with Nimbus, Lyrita, Delphian and Resonus record labels. Born in London into a musical family, Simon Wallfisch studied cello with Leonid Gorokhov and voice with Russell Smythe at the Royal College of Music between 2000 and 2006. During his studies in London, he was awarded several prizes including The Georg Solti Foundation, Emmy Destinn Foundation, Giuseppe Di Stefano Competition Sicily, The DAAD, Countess of Munster Trust, The English Speaking Union and the Royal Overseas League "Young Singer of Promise" 2005.
Making their debut on Resonus with a ravishing programme of 'Songs of Love and Death' by Robert Schumann is the critically acclaimed duo of baritone Simon Wallfisch and pianist Edward Rushton. Alongside what is perhaps Schumann's best-known Wanderlieder song series, Dichterliebe, Op. 48, from 1840, this distinguished pairing have explored two further series from Schumann's notoriously productive 'Liederjahr' of 1840 - his Op. 35 setting of twelve poems by Justinus Kerner, and the Fünf Lieder, Op. 40, containing four songs by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. Simon Wallfisch is one of Britain's most sought after Baritones, at home on the opera and concert stage. In 2017, Simon made his Wigmore Hall debut live on BBC Radio 3. He has a growing catalogue of song recordings with Nimbus, Lyrita, Delphian and Resonus record labels. Born in London into a musical family, Simon Wallfisch studied cello with Leonid Gorokhov and voice with Russell Smythe at the Royal College of Music between 2000 and 2006. During his studies in London, he was awarded several prizes including The Georg Solti Foundation, Emmy Destinn Foundation, Giuseppe Di Stefano Competition Sicily, The DAAD, Countess of Munster Trust, The English Speaking Union and the Royal Overseas League "Young Singer of Promise" 2005.
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Songs Of Love & Death
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1. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: I. Lust Der Sturmnacht
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2. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: II. Stirb, Lieb’ Und Freud’!
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3. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: III. Wanderlied
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4. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: IV. Erstes Grün
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5. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: V. Sehnsucht Nach Der Waldgegend
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6. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: VI. Auf Das Trinkglas Eines Verstorbenen Freundes
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7. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: VII. Wanderung
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8. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: VIII. Stille Liebe
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9. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: IX. Frage
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10. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: X. Stille Tränen
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11. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: XI. Wer Machte Dich So Krank?
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12. Zwölf Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner, Op. 35: XII. Alte Laute
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13. Fünf Lieder, Op. 40: I. Märzveilchen
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14. Fünf Lieder, Op. 40: II. Muttertraum
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15. Fünf Lieder, Op. 40: III. Der Soldat
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16. Fünf Lieder, Op. 40: IV. Der Spielmann
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17. Fünf Lieder, Op. 40: V. Verratene Liebe
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18. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: I. Im Wunderschönen Monat Mai
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19. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: II. Aus Meinen Tränen Sprießen
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20. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: III. Die Rose, Die Lilie, Die Taube, Die Sonne
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21. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: IV. Wenn Ich In Deine Augen Seh
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22. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: V. Ich Will Meine Seele Tauchen
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23. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: VI. Im Rhein, Im Heiligen Strome
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24. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: VII. Ich Grolle Nicht
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25. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: VIII. Und Wüßten’s Die Blumen, Die Kleinen
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26. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: IX. Das Ist Ein Flöten Und Geigen
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27. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: X. Hör’ Ich Das Liedchen Klingen
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28. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: XI. Ein Jüngling Liebt Ein Mädchen
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29. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: XII. Am Leuchtenden Sommermorgen
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30. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: XIII. Ich Hab’ Im Traum Geweinet
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31. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: XIV. Allnächtlich Im Traume
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32. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: XV. Aus Alten Märchen
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33. Dichterliebe, Op. 48: XVI. Die Alten, Bösen Lieder
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Making their debut on Resonus with a ravishing programme of 'Songs of Love and Death' by Robert Schumann is the critically acclaimed duo of baritone Simon Wallfisch and pianist Edward Rushton. Alongside what is perhaps Schumann's best-known Wanderlieder song series, Dichterliebe, Op. 48, from 1840, this distinguished pairing have explored two further series from Schumann's notoriously productive 'Liederjahr' of 1840 - his Op. 35 setting of twelve poems by Justinus Kerner, and the Fünf Lieder, Op. 40, containing four songs by Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen. Simon Wallfisch is one of Britain's most sought after Baritones, at home on the opera and concert stage. In 2017, Simon made his Wigmore Hall debut live on BBC Radio 3. He has a growing catalogue of song recordings with Nimbus, Lyrita, Delphian and Resonus record labels. Born in London into a musical family, Simon Wallfisch studied cello with Leonid Gorokhov and voice with Russell Smythe at the Royal College of Music between 2000 and 2006. During his studies in London, he was awarded several prizes including The Georg Solti Foundation, Emmy Destinn Foundation, Giuseppe Di Stefano Competition Sicily, The DAAD, Countess of Munster Trust, The English Speaking Union and the Royal Overseas League "Young Singer of Promise" 2005.