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Music Text

Hermann Hesse (G)

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Publisher

Boosey & Hawkes Bote & Bock

Territory
This work is available from Boosey & Hawkes for the world.

Repertoire Note

After emigrating from Berlin at the age of 16, the Jewish composer Ursula Mamlok wrote Four German Songs in 1958 while studying at the Manhattan School of Music. Based on texts from Hermann Hesse's collection Vom Baum des Lebens, the songs reflect the uprooting from home. Mamlok juxtaposes Hesse's melancholy with an intensive tonal image which proceeds from expressionism with short motifs and tonal transgression, yet ventures into new spheres of expression.
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Recommended Recording
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Jesse Blumberg, baritone / Stephen Gosling, piano
Bridge 9361A/B (Music of Ursula Mamlok, Vol.4)


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