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Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
29.03.2019

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  • Traditional:
  • 1Kein schöner Land04:24
  • Heinz Höhne (1892 - 1968):
  • 2Hoch auf dem gelben Wagen04:26
  • Friedrich Glück (1793 - 1840):
  • 3In einem kühlen Grunde05:04
  • Traditional:
  • 4Die Gedanken sind frei06:15
  • Heinrich Werner (1800 - 1833):
  • 5Sah ein Knab ein Röslein stehn (Heidenröslein)05:43
  • Friedrich Heinrich Himmel (1765 - 1814):
  • 6Kennst Du das Land (Mignons Lied) (Sextet Version)04:53
  • Traditional:
  • 7Wohlauf in Gottes schöne Welt03:49
  • 8Am Brunnen vor dem Tore04:17
  • 9Servus Habibi (Bavarian Songs with Oriental Friends)04:24
  • 10Im Frühtau zu Berge05:24
  • 11Ich fahr dahin04:42
  • Friedrich Silcher (1789 - 1860):
  • 12Ich weiß nicht, was soll es bedeuten (Loreley)05:06
  • Traditional:
  • 13Maikäfer flieg03:10
  • Ludwig Prell (1887 - 1965):
  • 14Isarmärchen-Tango (Quintet Version)04:24
  • Traditional:
  • 15Trinklieder Reloaded04:35
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791):
  • 16Bona Nox (Arr. for Ensemble and Orchestra from Mozart's Canon, K. 561)03:39
  • Johann Abraham Peter Schulz (1747 - 1800):
  • 17Der Mond ist aufgegangen05:02
  • Friedrich Heinrich Himmel:
  • 18Kennst Du das Land (Mignons Lied) (Orchestra Version)04:58
  • Total Runtime01:24:15

Info for Volkslied Reloaded



Das mehrfach prämierte Weltmusik-Jazz-Ensemble Quadro Nuevo und das Münchner Rundfunkorchester reformieren traditionelle deutsche Volkslieder und geben ihnen ein neues Instrumental-Gewand voller musikalischer Raffinessen. Unter der Leitung von Elisabeth Fuchs lassen die Musiker bekannte Lieder wie "Der Mond ist aufgegangen", "Hoch auf dem gelben Wagen" oder "Die Gedanken sind frei" frisch erblühen und erwecken fast vergessene Melodien wie "In einem kühlen Grunde", "Kein schöner Land" oder "Maikäfer flieg" mit virtuoser Schöpferkraft wieder zum Leben. Hieraus entsteht ein facettenreiches Instrumental-Album mit Einflüssen aus Bossa Nova, Tango, Jazz, Welt- und Filmmusik. Was scheinbar schwer zusammengeht, wird in der Bearbeitung der fünf "preisgekrönten und international erfolgreichen Vollblutmusiker" (Süddeutsche Zeitung) zu einer musikalischen Entdeckungsreise, die völlig neue Blickwinkel auf scheinbar altbekannte Lieder eröffnet. Wer hätte gedacht, dass "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore" oder "Sah ein Knab ein Röslein stehn" in einem Arrangement für Saxophon, Akkordeon, Harfe, Kontrabass, Piano und Orchester so belebend klingen kann? Mit Leichtigkeit und leidenschaftlicher Spielfreude, Energie und rhythmischer Finesse beweist Quadro Nuevo, dass diese raffinierte Klangmischung nicht nur hörbar, sondern absolut mitreißend ist.

"Ihre einfühlsamen Arrangements loten die emotionale Tiefe der Volksweisen aus und geben der Lebensfreude ebenso Raum wie der melancholische Rückschau." (Crescendo)

Quadro Nuevo
Münchner Rundfunkorchester



Quadro Nuevo
The group Quadro Nuevo was born on a grey January day in 1996 when four young musicians met for the first time on a parking lot near Salzburg.

The four, who had only vaguely heard of each other before then, had been commissioned to produce a movie score for the Austrian TV station ORF. The fee for the recording was subsequently blown in the local Casino and the film was never broadcast.

But on that day, one thing was clear: a new quartet with an unmistakable sound had been born. From now on, there would only be Quadro Nuevo, the love of nostalgic acoustic music, traveling together evening after evening, from stage to stage. A dream became reality, the joyous exuberance audible in every note.

The quartet has now performed at many renowned festivals such as the Montreal Jazz Festival, the International Burghausen Jazz Weeks, the Rheingau Music Festival, Merano Music Weeks, Saalfelden Jazz Days, the Ollinkan Festival in Mexico City and the Quebec Festival. Aside from their numerous CDs, the group has published the 224-page autobiographical road book Grand Voyage and audiobooks with Ulrich Tukur, Ulrike Kriener, Udo Wachtveitl and Michael Fitz.

Münchner Rundfunkorchester
Founded in 1952, the Munich Radio Orchestra can look back on a 65-year history during which it has evolved into an ensemble with a vast artistic range and a versatility that ensures its place in Munich’s orchestral landscape. Concert performances of opera with outstanding vocalists (in the Sunday concerts) and sacred music of the 20th and 21st centuries (in the Paradisi Gloria series) are no less part of its philosophy than educational outreach concerts for children and young adults, entertaining thematic concerts in its ‘Wednesday at 7:30’ series and live performances of film scores. Its other crossover programmes, from jazz to video game music, demonstrate time and again that the Munich Radio Orchestra stands at the cutting edge of our era.

The Munich Radio Orchestra’s activities on its home turf are regularly augmented by guest appearances in such renowned venues as Baden-Baden Festival Hall, the Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein, the Bad Kissingen Summer Festival and the Salzburg Festival. On these occasions it has performed with artists of the stature of Edita Gruberová and Diana Damrau and accompanied Anna Netrebko and Plácido Domingo at the Salzburg Festival. Further highlights include a tour with Jonas Kaufmann as well as guest performances at the Opéra Royal in Versailles and Vienna’s Theater an der Wien, featuring newly unearthed operas in conjunction with the Palazzetto Bru Zane Foundation. Thanks to its CD recordings the Munich Radio Orchestra has become a lasting presence on the sound recording market. Especially worthy of mention are its many complete recordings of music theatre pieces and its portraits of such singers as Sonya Yoncheva, Marina Rebeka, Krassimira Stoyanova, Pavol Breslik and Klaus Florian Vogt. In 2018 two CDs with the soprano Véronique Gens received the International Classical Music Award (ICMA): a live recording of Camille Saint-Saëns’s opera Proserpine and a compilation of French arias under the title Visions.

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