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Franz Schubert  
Winterreise, D.911  
Max van Egmond (baritone) & Penelope Crawford (fortepiano)  
This is, by general consent, the greatest of all Lieder cycles, and the second that Schubert based on Müller’s poems. Max van Egmond and Penelope Crawford here present a profoundly moving performance, enhanced by the use of an original 1835 fortepiano by the great Viennese maker, Conrad Graf.

 

Released June-06  / $13.99  

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Max van Egmond

 
Max van Egmond, the esteemed Dutch baritone, was born in Semarang, Indonesia in 1936. His career has spanned more than 40 years, and he is acknowledged as one of the greatest of all interpreters of the Baroque vocal repertoire. He became especially famous for his work with Gustav Leonhardt, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Frans Brüggen as bass soloist in the cantatas and passions of Johann Sebastian Bach. Max van Egmond is also a notable interpreter of the Lieder of Schubert and Schumann, as well as the chansons of Gabriel Fauré. Max van Egmond's career in the USA has been extensive and he has performed as recitalist and with many of America's leading ensembles, including The Washington Bach Consort, Boston Bach Ensemble and Publick Musick, of which he is a regular member. He has recorded for many labels including EMI, Teldec, Ricercar and Musica Omnia.

 

Other albums with Max van Egmond
 

Franz Schubert & Robert Schumann  
Schwanengesang, D.957 & Dichterliebe, Op.48  
Max van Egmond (baritone) & Kenneth Slowik (fortepiano)  
Two of the finest song collections of the 19th century, performed by Holland’s greatest baritone and one of America’s most distinguished specialists in early instruments

 

Released June-01  / $13.99  
Cat.#0102/CD / CD Info  
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Franz Schubert  
Die schöne Müllerin, D.795  
Max van Egmond (baritone) & Penelope Crawford (fortepiano)  
In the first of the two great Schubert/Müller song cycles, baritone Max van Egmond and pianist Penelope Crawford set new standards in interpretation of the German Lied.

 

Released June-06  / $13.99  
Cat.#0107/CD / CD Info  
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Johann Sebastian Bach  
Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248  
Anne Harley (soprano), Elizabeth Anker (alto), Robert Pitcher (tenor - Evangelist), Max van Egmond (bass), Boston Bach Ensemble - Julian Wachner, Peter Watchorn (direction)  
Bach’s Christmas masterpiece is brought vividly to life in this live performance from the Boston Bach Ensemble, recorded at Boston University. Conducted by Julian Wachner, the ensemble includes distinguished vocal soloists, including Max van Egmond, as well as some of the finest of America’s specialists in period instrument performance.

 

Released June-01  / $17.99  
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Johann Sebastian Bach  
Missae Breves, BWV 233-236  
Anne Harley & Andrea Folan (sopranos), Miranda Loud (alto), Pablo Bustos (tenor), Max van Egmond (bass), Peter Watchorn (organ), Publick Musick - Thomas Folan (director)  
Bach’s four short Latin masses (missae breves) are presented here by Publick Musick, one of America’s most exciting young ensembles of singers and “historically aware” instrumentalists.

 

Released June-06  / $17.99  
Cat.#0203/2CD-set / CD Info  
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Franz Schubert  
Winterreise, D.911  
Max van Egmond (baritone) & Penelope Crawford (fortepiano)  
This is, by general consent, the greatest of all Lieder cycles, and the second that Schubert based on Müller’s poems. Max van Egmond and Penelope Crawford here present a profoundly moving performance, enhanced by the use of an original 1835 fortepiano by the great Viennese maker, Conrad Graf.

 

Released June-06  / $13.99  
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Johann Sebastian Bach  
Cantatas - BWV 62, 45, 192 & 140  
Anne Harley (soprano), Deborah Rentz-Moore (alto), Pablo Bustos (tenor), Jonathan Rohr (bass), Max van Egmond (bass), Peter Watchorn (organ), Publick Musick - Thomas Folan (director).  
Thomas Folan directs Publick Musick on a wonderful new CD of four exceptional cantatas by J. S. Bach, including the favourite Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 140. These are performances worthy to stand next to those of Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt.

 

Released December-07  / $13.99  
Cat.#0204/CD / CD Info  
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Robert Schumann & Franz Schubert  
Piano Quintet, Op.44 & "The Trout"  
The Atlantis Ensemble - Penelope Crawford (fortepiano), Jaap Schröder (violin), Etienne Abelin (violin), Enid Sutherland (cello), Peter Bucknell (viola), Anne Trout (bass), Max van Egmond (baritone)  
The two most admired piano quintets of the early nineteenth century plus the song that inspired one of them, performed by some of today's legendary specialists in historical performance.

 

Released February-07  / $13.99  
Cat.#0212/CD / CD Info  
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Future releases with

Max van Egmond

 

MO 0607 Bach: Geistliche Lieder

 

See also: The Romantics;  Bach: Choral Music

 

 

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