Song Recital

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Song Recital is a 54-minute studio album of Lieder, mélodies and English and American songs performed by Frederica von Stade with piano accompaniment by Martin Katz.wikipedia
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Frederica von Stade

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Song Recital is a 54-minute studio album of Lieder, mélodies and English and American songs performed by Frederica von Stade with piano accompaniment by Martin Katz.
Frederica von Stade Live! and Shéhérazade are only available in the 18-CD set Frederica von Stade: The Complete Columbia Recital Albums, and Judith Blegen & Frederica von Stade: Songs, Arias & Duets, Frederica von Stade: Song Recital, Frederica von Stade:Italian Opera Arias and the Mahler album Songs of a Wayfarer, Rückert-Lieder and songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn are only available in that same anthology and in the 4-CD set Frederica von Stade: Duets, Arias, Scenes and Songs.

Martin Katz

Song Recital is a 54-minute studio album of Lieder, mélodies and English and American songs performed by Frederica von Stade with piano accompaniment by Martin Katz.

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Song Recital is a 54-minute studio album of Lieder, mélodies and English and American songs performed by Frederica von Stade with piano accompaniment by Martin Katz.

CBS 30th Street Studio

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The album was recorded using analogue technology on 19 December 1977 in the CBS 30th Street Studio, New York City.

Judith Blegen

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It was the first disc on which von Stade performed a song recital by herself; her only earlier essay in the genre had been made together with her friend Judith Blegen.

Across Your Dreams

Frederica von Stade sings Brubeck - Across your dreams
Mother and daughter can be heard singing together on von Stade's 1996 jazz album, Across Your Dreams.

Barbra Streisand

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The first of Hall's compositions to appear on disc, it was first recorded by a young Barbra Streisand in 1965.

Peter Elkus

The vinyl and cassette versions of the album both use a design featuring a photograph of von Stade taken by her first husband, Peter Elkus.

J. B. Steane

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J. B. Steane reviewed the album on LP in Gramophone in November 1978.

Gramophone (magazine)

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J. B. Steane reviewed the album on LP in Gramophone in November 1978.

Janet Baker

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In the first item on Frederica von Stade's recital, for example, Dowland's "Come again, sweet love doth now invite", her singing seemed "placidly hymn-like, wanting sharpness of flavour (and sometimes of consonant too)" when one remembered the "exceptionally strong projection and rhythmic vitality" that Janet Baker had brought to the song when she had recorded it with Gerald Moore.

Gerald Moore

In the first item on Frederica von Stade's recital, for example, Dowland's "Come again, sweet love doth now invite", her singing seemed "placidly hymn-like, wanting sharpness of flavour (and sometimes of consonant too)" when one remembered the "exceptionally strong projection and rhythmic vitality" that Janet Baker had brought to the song when she had recorded it with Gerald Moore.

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

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Von Stade's narration in Liszt's Die drei Zigeuner was a little "passive and underlit" in comparison with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf's performance with Geoffrey Parsons.

Geoffrey Parsons (pianist)

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Von Stade's narration in Liszt's Die drei Zigeuner was a little "passive and underlit" in comparison with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf's performance with Geoffrey Parsons.

Benjamin Britten

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It was true, too that the young Martin Katz's edition of Purcell's "The Blessed Virgin's expostulation" was not as imaginative in its dynamics as Benjamin Britten's, and that von Stade's tempo in its recitative had "a rather square regularity" about it.

Marilyn Horne

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(Martin Katz was more sensitive in his accompaniment here than he had been when performing the Chansons de Bilitis with Marilyn Horne.

Chants d'Auvergne

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) Four folk songs collected and arranged by Canteloube - from his Chants de France, not his more famous Chants d'Auvergne - were "magically evocative, and bolder in the projection of personality".

George Jellinek

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George Jellinek reviewed the album on LP as a "recording of special merit" in Stereo Review in June 1979.

Sound & Vision (magazine)

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George Jellinek reviewed the album on LP as a "recording of special merit" in Stereo Review in June 1979.

Opera News

David Shengold mentioned the album in Opera News in December 2016, reviewing a box set of von Stade's Columbia CDs in which it had been included.

Grammy Award

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The album was nominated for a Grammy award for the best classical solo vocal performance of 1979.

John Dowland

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John Dowland (1563-1626), arranged by Martin Katz

The Second Book of Songs

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The Second Booke of Songs or Ayres (1600)