Schubert / Bunel / Louveau - Voyage D Hiver (Live) | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. No.
2. Gute Nacht [05:37]
3. No.
4. Die Wetterfahne [01:50]
5. No
6. Gefror'ne Tränen [02:32]
7. No
8. Erstarrung [02:51]
9. No
10. Der Lindenbaum [04:53]
11. No
12. Wasserflut [02:21]
13. No
14. Auf Dem Flusse [04:36]
15. No
16. Rückblick [03:58]
17. No
18. Irrlicht [02:19] 1
19. No
20. Rast [03:05] 1
21. No
22. Frühlingstraum [02:08]
23. No. 1
24. Einsamkeit [02:13]
25. No. 1
26. Die Post [03:03] 1
27. No
28. Der Greise Kopf [00:48]
29. No. 1
30. Die Krähe [01:41]
31. No. 1
32. Letzte Hoffnung [03:59]
33. No. 1
34. Im Dorfe [04:56]
35. No. 1
36. Der Stürmische Morgen [03:03]
37. No. 1
38. Täuschung [03:58]
39. No. 2
40. Der Wegweiser [02:39]
41. No. 2
42. Das Wirtshaus [04:14]
43. No. 2
44. Mut [02:50] 2
45. No
46. Die Nebensonnen [01:18]
47. No. 2
48. Der Leiermann [04:35]

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With this new B Records disc, the Miroirs Étendus company revisits one of the greatest classics of the Lieder repertoire, questioning the interpretative heritage that has long been associated with it. Pianist and artistic director Romain Louveau, baritone Jean-Christophe Lanièce and soprano Victoire Bunel propose a multi-voiced Winterreise that disembodies the overused figure of the Wanderer and favors the autonomy of Wilhelm Müller's poems. Like the Schubertian motifs that seem to appear of their own accord, only to eclipse themselves, the musicians venture a depersonalized interpretation that places the figure of the stranger at the center of this lyrical spectacle.