"Gerold Huber and I had the fervent wish to record every single one of Robert Schumann's lieder. It grew out of our enduring passion - 32 years meanwhile - for this legacy of lieder. Our objective is to present Schumann as we have come to appreciate him over the years." (Christian Gerhaher) During his studies with Paul KuĂ«n and Raimund Grumbach, Christian Gerhaher attended the Opera School at the Munich Hochschule fĂŒr Musik and, together with Gerold Huber, studied lied interpretation with Friedemann Berger. While completing his medical studies Christian Gerhaher perfected his vocal training in master-classes given by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Inge Borkh. Currently Christian Gerhaher himself teaches occasionally at the Munich Academy of Music and Theatre and at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Together with his regular piano partner Gerold Huber, he has dedicated himself to the interpretation of Lieder for 30 years now - in concerts and recordings - and has been awarded important prizes for many years. The Lied Duo is at home on the stages of the international Lied centres: in the New York Halls, the Concertgebouw and Muziekgebouw Amsterdam, the Cologne and Berlin Philharmonics, the Paris CitĂ© de la musique, the Konzerthaus and Musikverein in Vienna, the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid and especially in London's Wigmore Hall. The duo also performs regularly at important festivals.
"Gerold Huber and I had the fervent wish to record every single one of Robert Schumann's lieder. It grew out of our enduring passion - 32 years meanwhile - for this legacy of lieder. Our objective is to present Schumann as we have come to appreciate him over the years." (Christian Gerhaher) During his studies with Paul KuĂ«n and Raimund Grumbach, Christian Gerhaher attended the Opera School at the Munich Hochschule fĂŒr Musik and, together with Gerold Huber, studied lied interpretation with Friedemann Berger. While completing his medical studies Christian Gerhaher perfected his vocal training in master-classes given by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Inge Borkh. Currently Christian Gerhaher himself teaches occasionally at the Munich Academy of Music and Theatre and at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Together with his regular piano partner Gerold Huber, he has dedicated himself to the interpretation of Lieder for 30 years now - in concerts and recordings - and has been awarded important prizes for many years. The Lied Duo is at home on the stages of the international Lied centres: in the New York Halls, the Concertgebouw and Muziekgebouw Amsterdam, the Cologne and Berlin Philharmonics, the Paris CitĂ© de la musique, the Konzerthaus and Musikverein in Vienna, the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid and especially in London's Wigmore Hall. The duo also performs regularly at important festivals.
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Schumann: Alle Lieder (Box) (Uk)
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1. Liederkreis Nach Gedichten Von Heinrich Heine, Op.24 (1840)
2. Romanzen Und Balladen, Vol. IV, Op. 64 (1840)
3. ZWÖLF Gedichte Aus Friedrich RĂŒckerts "LiebesfrĂŒhling", Op. 37 (1840/41)
4. Myrthen - Liederkreis, Op.25 (1840)
5. Lieder Und GesÀnge, Vol. II, Op. 51 (1840)
6. Drei Gedichte Von Emanuel Geibel, Op. 30 (1840)
7. Liederkreis Von Joseph Freiherr Von Eichendorff, Op.39 (1840)
8. Drei GesÀnge, Op. 31
9. Drei Gedichte Von Emanuel Geibel, Op. 29
10. Romanzen Und Balladen, Vol. III, Op. 53 (1840)
11. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42 (1840)
12. Lieder Und GesÀnge Vol. I, Op. 27 (1840)
13. Dichterliebe - Liederzyklus Aus Dem "Buch Der Lieder" Von Heinrich Heine, Op. 48 (1840)
14. FÜNF Lieder, Op. 40 (1840)
15. Drei Duette, Op. 43 (1840)
16. ZWÖLF Gedichte Von Justinus Kerner - Eine Liederreihe, Op. 35
17. FÜNF Lieder Und GesĂ€nge, Op. 127 (1840)
18. Romanzen Und Balladen Vol. I, Op. 45 (1840)
19. Belsatzar, Op. 57 (Heinrich Heine, 1840)
20. Sechs Gedichte Aus Dem Liederbuch Eines Malers, Op. 36 (1840)
21. Vier Duette, Op.34 (1840)
22. Romanzen Und Balladen Vol. II, Op. 49 (1840)
23. Vier GesÀnge, Op. 142 (1840)
24. Liederalbum FÜR Die Jugend, Op. 79 (1849)
25. Drei Gedichte Aus Den Waldliedern Von Gustav Pfarrius, Op. 119 (1851)
26. Lieder Und GesÀnge Vol. IV Op. 96 (1850)
27. Der Handschuh Op. 87 (Friedrich Schiller, 1849)
28. Lieder Und GesÀnge, Vol. III Op. 77 (1850)
29. Drei GesÀnge Aus Lord Byrons "HebrÀischen GesÀngen" Op. 95 (1849)
30. Lieder Und GesÀnge Aus Goethes "Wilhelm Meister" Op.98A (1849)
31. Spanisches Liederspiel Op. 74 (1849)
32. FÜNF Heitere GesĂ€nge Op. 125 (1850)
33. Spanische Liebeslieder Op. 138 (1849) ^1
34. Sechs GesÀnge Op. 107 (1851) ^1
35. Sommerruh Woo 7 (Christian Schad, 1849) ^1
36. MĂ€dchenlieder Von Elisabeth Kulmann Op. 103 (1851) ^1
37. Minnespiel Aus Friedrich RĂŒckerts "LiebesfrĂŒhling" Op. 101 (1849) ^1
38. Vier Duette Op. 78 (1849) ^1
39. Sieben Lieder Von Elisabeth Kulmann Op. 104 (1851) ^1
40. Drei GesÀnge Op. 83 (1850) ^1
41. Drei Lieder Op. 114 (1849) ^1
42. Gedichte Der Königin Maria Stuart Op. 135 (1852) ^1
43. Sechs GesÀnge Von Wilfried Von Der Neun Op. 89 (1850) ^1
44. Vier Husarenlieder Von Nikolaus Lenau Op. 117 (1851) ^1
45. Sechs Gedichte Von Nikolaus Lenau Und Requiem Op. 90 (1851)

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"Gerold Huber and I had the fervent wish to record every single one of Robert Schumann's lieder. It grew out of our enduring passion - 32 years meanwhile - for this legacy of lieder. Our objective is to present Schumann as we have come to appreciate him over the years." (Christian Gerhaher) During his studies with Paul KuĂ«n and Raimund Grumbach, Christian Gerhaher attended the Opera School at the Munich Hochschule fĂŒr Musik and, together with Gerold Huber, studied lied interpretation with Friedemann Berger. While completing his medical studies Christian Gerhaher perfected his vocal training in master-classes given by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Inge Borkh. Currently Christian Gerhaher himself teaches occasionally at the Munich Academy of Music and Theatre and at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Together with his regular piano partner Gerold Huber, he has dedicated himself to the interpretation of Lieder for 30 years now - in concerts and recordings - and has been awarded important prizes for many years. The Lied Duo is at home on the stages of the international Lied centres: in the New York Halls, the Concertgebouw and Muziekgebouw Amsterdam, the Cologne and Berlin Philharmonics, the Paris CitĂ© de la musique, the Konzerthaus and Musikverein in Vienna, the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid and especially in London's Wigmore Hall. The duo also performs regularly at important festivals.