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Delving into black magic and folk culture, Weber created with Der Freischütz a new aesthetic that was to nourish the imaginative world of a whole generation of composers. René Jacobs has gone back to the sources of the initial project and here offers us a completely new reading of the very first German Romantic opera. The prologue initially conceived by the librettist is restored to it's original place, giving due symbolic and structural weight to the character of the Hermit. This is a fascinating rediscovery.
Delving into black magic and folk culture, Weber created with Der Freischütz a new aesthetic that was to nourish the imaginative world of a whole generation of composers. René Jacobs has gone back to the sources of the initial project and here offers us a completely new reading of the very first German Romantic opera. The prologue initially conceived by the librettist is restored to it's original place, giving due symbolic and structural weight to the character of the Hermit. This is a fascinating rediscovery.
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Weber: Der Freischutz
Artist: Freiburger Barockorchester / Rene Jacobs
Format: CD
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1. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1: No. 1, Overtura
2. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 1: Aria "Allerbarmen! Lord Up There!" (The Hermit)
3. René Jacobs, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Christian Immler
4. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 2
5. Christian Immler, René Jacobs, Polina Pastirchak, Freiburger Barockorchester, Kateryna Kasper
6. Dialogue "Where Agathe Wants to Stay?" (The Hermit, Agathe, Male)
7. Duetto "Take the Friend Gabe" (The Hermit, Agathe)
8. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 3
9. René Jacobs, Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, Maximilian Schmitt, Yannick Debus, Zürcher Sing-Akademie
10. Choir "Viktoria! Victoria!" (Chor Der Landleute, Max)
11. Song "Look at the Lord Me As King!" (Kilian, Choir)
12. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 4: Dialog "What's Going on Here?" (Kuno, Kilian, Max, Samiel's Voice, Kaspar)
13. Franz Schubert, Carl Maria Von Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 4: Romance "Herr Ottokar Jagte Durch Heis Und Durch W
14. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 4 ; 5: NR. 2, Terzetto Con Cori "Oh Diese Sonne" (Max, Kuno, Kaspar, Chor) ; Dialog
15. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 5: NR. 3, Scena Ed Aria. Waltz
16. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 6: Recitative "Nein, Länger Trag' Ich" ; Aria "Durch Die Wälder, Durch Die Auen" (
17. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 1 Scene 7
18. Dialog ; No. 4, Song "Hier Im Ird'schen Jammertal" (Kaspar, Samiel's Voice, Max)
19. Dialogue "Agathe Is Right" (Max, Kaspar, Samiel's Voice)
20. No. 5, Aria "Silent, Silent, So That No One Warns You!" (Kaspar)
21. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 1
22. Dialogue ; No. 6, Duetto "Schelm! Hold on Tight!" (Ännchen, Agathe)
23. No. 7, Arietta "Kommt Ein Schlanker Bursch Gegangen" (Ännchen) ; Dialog
24. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 2: NR. 8, Scena Ed Aria "Wie Nahte Mir Der Schlummer" (Agathe)
25. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 3
26. No. 9, Terzetto "How? What? Horror!" (Agathe, Ännchen, Max)
27. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 4: Dialog (Samiel's Voice) ; No. 10, "Milk of the Moon Fell on the Herb" (Choir)
28. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 5: Dialogue (Two Ghosts) ; Melodrama "What a Terrible Heat!" (Kaspar)
29. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 7: Ha! the Dull Abyss Yawns Terribly (Max)
30. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 7 ; 8: Dialog "Der Mond, Der Mond Verfinstert Sich" (Max, Kaspar) ; Melodrama (Samie
31. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 2 Scene 8: Ah! Hiss, Shower, Cook (Samiel, Kaspar, Choir, Max)
32. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 1
33. No. 11, Entre Act
34. Dialogue "Good Morning, Comrade! Well Rested?" (Kaspar, Max)
35. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 2: No. 12, Cavatina "Und Ob Die Wolke" (Agathe)
36. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 3
37. Dialogue "Well, You're Up Sooner Than Me!" (Agathe, Ännchen)
38. No. 13, Romanza Ed Aria "Einst Traümte Meiner Sel'gen Base" (Ännchen)
39. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 3, 4 ; 5: Dialog ; No. 14, Folk Song "Wir Winden Dir Den Jungfernkranz"
40. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 5 ; 6: Dialogue "Mit Einem Lauten Schrei" (Samiel's Voice) ; Dialogue "Liebe Freunde
41. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 6: NR. 15, Jägerchor "Was Gleicht Wohl Auf Erden" (Chor
42. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 6 ; 7: Dialog "That Was Really Masterful"
43. Weber: Der Freischütz, Op. 77, Act 3 Scene 7
44. No. 16, Finale "Schaut, O Schaut" (Choir, Ännchen, Agathe, Kaspar, Max, Samiels Stimme, Kuno, Ottokar)
45. Only You Can Solve This Puzzle (Ottokar, Max, Kuno, Agathe, Ännchen, Chor)
46. Who Puts Such a Strict Spell on Him? (The Hermit, Ottokar, Choir, Max, Kuno, Ännchen)
47. But Now Raise Your Eyes (The Hermit, Choir, All)

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Delving into black magic and folk culture, Weber created with Der Freischütz a new aesthetic that was to nourish the imaginative world of a whole generation of composers. René Jacobs has gone back to the sources of the initial project and here offers us a completely new reading of the very first German Romantic opera. The prologue initially conceived by the librettist is restored to it's original place, giving due symbolic and structural weight to the character of the Hermit. This is a fascinating rediscovery.
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