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8 thoughts on “ Wohl Kenn’ Ich Euren Stand… - Wolf* - Felicity Lott, Peter Schreier, Graham Johnson* - Italienisches Liederbuch (CD, Album)

  1. Peter, with his ingenuity and some help from a bird, captures the wolf, beating a group of hunters to the prize, and the story ends with a parade as the wolf is carted off to a zoo. Every character has a distinct musical theme played on a different instrument, and Peter’s theme alone is surely one of the the most recognizable pieces of.
  2. The wolf, realising he is caught, jumps about and tries to fight. But Peter ties the other end of his lasso onto the tree. No matter how the wolf protests, he’s trapped. He simply can’t get free. Here’s some huntsmen, guns held high, Through the forest edge they burst. They’ve been following the wolf - But someone else has caught him first!
  3. Graham Johnson (Piano) // "If I had to live with only one Italienisches Liederbuch, it would have to be that belonging to Lott, Schreier and Johnson" (BBC Music Magazine) Contribuyente Compositor WOLF Hugo ().
  4. Re-Up Tracklist: Hugo Wolf () Book I (/1) 1 I. Auch kleine Dinge 2 II. Mir ward gesagt 3 III. Ihr seid die Allerschönste 4 IV. Gesegnet sei 5 V. Selig ihr Blinden 6 VI. Wer rief dich denn? 7 VII. Der Mond hat 8 VIII. Nun lass uns Frieden 9 IX. Dass doch gemalt 10 X. Du denkst mit.
  5. Peter and the Wolf, children’s theatre composition for orchestra and narrator by Sergey Prokofiev. The work, which tells a Russian folk tale, premiered May 2, , in Moscow. Since that time it has introduced many young listeners to classical music and helped train them to recognize the distinct.
  6. Jul 21,  · Peter said to the bird: "Fly down and circle over The wolf's head. Try to distract him! But, be careful that he doesn't catch you." The bird flew around the wolf and almost touched the wolf's head with his wings While the wolf snapped angrily at him with his jaws, from this side and that. Oh, how the bird worried the wolf - how he wanted to.
  7. Peter and the Wolf Alt ernative. Title Петя и волк Symphonic story for children (Симфоническая сказка для детей) Composer Prokofiev, Sergey: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. ISP 24 Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 15 sections Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp.
  8. Program notes by Graham Johnson in English with French and German translations ( pages: illustrations) inserted in slipcase; texts in German with English and French translations (30 pages) inserted in disc container. Performer(s): Graham Johnson, piano ; with, variously: Felicity Lott, soprano ; Peter Schreier, tenor. Event notes: Recorded in.

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