Volupté

Berlin, Germany

Volupté

Emma Moore & Klara Hornig

Debussy, Ullmann, Krauss

01–05
CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862-1918)
CINQ POÈMES DE CHARLES BAUDELAIRE

  1. Le Balcon
  2. Harmonie du Soir
  3. Le Jet d‘Eau
  4. Recueillement
  5. La Mort des Amants

06–13
CLEMENS KRAUSS (1893-1954)
ACHT GESÄNGE NACH GEDICHTEN VON RAINER MARIA RILKE

  1. Das war der Tag der weißen Chrysanthemen
  2. Manchmal geschieht es in tiefer Nacht
  3. Gehst du außen die Mauern entlang
  4. Im flachen Land war ein Erwarten
  5. Der Abend ist mein Buch
  6. Und reden sie dir jetzt von Schande
  7. Wie eine Riesenwunderblume prangt voll Duft die Welt
  8. Herbst. Die Blätter fallen

14-18
VIKTOR ULLMANN (1898-1944)
FÜNF LIEBESLIEDER NACH RICARDA HUCH, OP. 26

  1. Wo hast du all die Schönheit hergenommen
  2. Am Klavier
  3. Sturmlied
  4. Wenn je ein Schönes mir zu bilden glückte
  5. O schöne Hand

Total time: 68:58
Soprano: Emma Moore
Piano: Klara Hornig

DEC-005 | 4270000083532 | Made in Germany | © 2021 decurio | LC 86263 | Release: 24.11.2021

The artists

Australian Soprano Emma Moore has a broad range of experience as a performer, with a repertoire spanning across Opera, Oratorio and Art Song. Currently a Principal Soloist at the Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar, her roles here include Fiordiligi Cosi fan Tutte and Donna Anna Don Giovanni (both under the baton of Kirill Karabits), Antonia Les contes d’Hoffmann and Micaëla Carmen.

 

Emma has won awards from ‘Das Lied’ International Song Competition Berlin, the ‘Hugo Wolf Academy’ Stuttgart and received 1st Prize at the Richard Strauss Competition Munich. She is the Winner of the prestigious ‘Marianne Mathy Scholarship’ from the Australian Singing Competition.

 

Complementing her operatic engagements, Emma is a sought-after recitalist. She appears singing Lieder by Richard Strauss on the documentary film ‘Am Ende des Regenbogens’ alongside Brigitte Fassbaender, and made her Swiss debut at the Boswil Summer Festival with pianist Julius Drake.

 

Visit Emma Moore’s website here

The Berlin based song accompanist and chamber musician Klara Hornig turned her focus towards making music in partnership from early on in her career.

 

Exploring the relationship between poetry and music is a fundamental goal of her work, and over the past years she has established herself as a partner of many soloists.

 

Alongside her concert work, she is a renowned pedagogue for song interpretation, holding teaching positions at both the University of Music and Theatre Rostock and the University of Arts Berlin. She is a prize winner of the international song-competitions ‘Schubert and the Modern Graz’ and the ‘Hugo Wolf Academy’ Stuttgart.

 

Visit Klara Hornig’s website here