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Isoldes Liebestod, From Tristan Und Isolde

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Isoldes Liebestod * # - MB, Tristan und Isolde Alt ernative. Title Name Translations Τριστάνος και Ιζόλδη (Βάγκνερ); Tristano kaj Izoldo;.

Umfassendes, lebendes Archiv zur Geschichte, Aufnahmen und ausf hrenden S ngern. Comprehensive archive for history, recordings and performing singers. Mild und Leise. Isoldes Liebestod. Enter German site. Enter English site.

 · This piece is often called Isoldes Liebestod. Which can be interpreted as Isolde’s “love death”, meaning the consummation of Tristan’s and Isolde’s love in death or after death. And yes, you have already guessed right: someone dies So nothing mild and gentle you’d say. Er, no. But the actual title of this piece is Mild und leise.

Description by Robert Cummings [+] Liszt chose to transcribe one of the most dramatic and often-excerpted moments, Isolde's Liebestod (Isolde's Love-death), from Wagner's masterpiece. It comes at the very close of the opera as Isolde grieves over the body of her love, Tristan. She sings, "How softly and gently he smiles, how sweetly his eyes.


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3 Replies to “Isoldes Liebestod, From Tristan Und Isolde”

  1. Liszt’s treatment of Isolde’s Liebestod is entirely respectful of its source, an unadorned realization for piano of the orchestral/vocal original. — Orrin Howard, who served the Los Angeles Philharmonic as Director of Publications and Archives for more than 20 years, continues to contribute to the Philharmonic’s program book.

  2. Umfassendes, lebendes Archiv zur Geschichte, Aufnahmen und ausfhrenden Sngern. Comprehensive archive for history, recordings and performing singers. Mild und Leise. Isoldes Liebestod. Enter German site. Enter English site.

  3. Isoldes Liebestod. Do you not feel and see it? This site is devoted to one of the greatest and most emotional compositions of music history, the so-called "Liebestod", the transfiguration of Isolde from the opera “Tristan und Isolde” by Richard Wagner.

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