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Carolyn Sampson - Reason in Madness (SACD)
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Camille Saint-Saens, Charles Koechlin, Claude Debussy, Ernest Chausson, François Poulenc, Franz Schubert, Henri Duparc, Hugo Wolf, Johannes Brahms, Richard Strauss, Robert Schumann
Carolyn Sampson
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Johannes Brahms
No.4 from 5 Ophelia-Lieder, WoO 22
01 Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss 0'56

Robert Schumann
02 Herzeleid, Op. 107 No. 1 1'49

Richard Strauss
Drei Lieder der Ophelia, Op.67 7'18
03 Erstes Lied der Ophelia: Wie erkenn ich mein Treulieb vor andern nun 2'27
04 Zweites Lied der Ophelia: Guten Morgen, ’s ist Sankt Valentinstag 1'09
05 Drittes Lied der Ophelia: Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss 3'42

Charles Koechlin (Kœchlin)
06 Hymne à Astarté 1'54

Claude Debussy
Chansons de Bilitis, L 97 9'38
07 I. La Flûte de Pan 2'56
08 II. La Chevelure 3'38
09 III. Le Tombeau des naïades 3'04

Charles Koechlin (Kœchlin)
10 Épitaphe de Bilitis 3'40

Henri Duparc
11 Romance de Mignon 4'29

Hugo Wolf
Mignon-Lieder 15'54
12 Kennst Du das Land 6'23
13 Heiß mich nicht reden 3'45
14 Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt 2'06
15 So lasst mich scheiden, bis ich werde 3'40

Franz Schubert
16 Gretchen am Spinnrade, D 118 3'46

17 Mädchenlied, Op. 107 No. 5 1'43

Robert Schumann
18 Die Spinnerin, Op. 107 No. 4 1'24

Camille Saint-Saëns
19 La mort d’Ophélie 3'14

Ernest Chausson
20 Chanson d’Ophélie 1'44

Johannes Brahms
21 5 Ophelia-Lieder, WoO 22 4'07

Henri Duparc
Au pays ou se fait la guerre
22 Au pays où se fait la guerre 5'14

Francis Poulenc
23 La Dame de Monte-Carlo 7'49

Album total 74'50
Throughout history men have feared madwomen, burning them as witches, confining them in asylums and subjecting them to psychoanalysis – yet, they have also been fascinated, unable to resist fantasizing about them. For their new disc, Carolyn Sampson and Joseph Middleton have created a programme that explores the responses of a variety of composers to women whose stories have left them vulnerable and exposed. As a motto they have chosen an aphorism by Nietzsche: ‘There is always some madness in love, but there is also always some reason in madness'. Brahms’ Ophelia Songs, composed for a stage production of Hamlet, appear next to those by Richard Strauss and Chausson, while Ophelia's death is described by both Schumann (in Herzeleid) and Saint-Saëns. Goethe’s mysterious and traumatized Mignon appears in settings by Hugo Wolf as well as Duparc, while his ill-used Gretchen grieves by her spinning-wheel in Schubert's matchless setting. Sampson and Middleton end their recital as it began, with a suicide by drowning: in Poulenc’s monologue La Dame de Monte-Carlo, the elderly female protagonist has been unlucky at the gambling tables and decides to throw herself into the sea.
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