Voices of Our Time: Thomas Hampson

Overview

Classical vocalist Thomas Hampson has earned an estimable reputation for his interpretation of the work of Gustav Mahler, most notably "Des Knaben Wunderhorn," and in this recital the acclaimed baritone discusses his work as well as demonstrating the talent that has made his name. Recorded in Paris in 2001, Voices of Our Time: Thomas Hampson includes "Des Knaben Wunderhorn" in its entirety, with accompaniment from tenor Wolfram Rieger and pianist Roger Vignoles.
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Overview

Classical vocalist Thomas Hampson has earned an estimable reputation for his interpretation of the work of Gustav Mahler, most notably "Des Knaben Wunderhorn," and in this recital the acclaimed baritone discusses his work as well as demonstrating the talent that has made his name. Recorded in Paris in 2001, Voices of Our Time: Thomas Hampson includes "Des Knaben Wunderhorn" in its entirety, with accompaniment from tenor Wolfram Rieger and pianist Roger Vignoles.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/17/2004
  • UPC: 824121000707
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Tdk Dvd Video
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Letterbox / DTS
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Thomas Hampson Vocals
Wolfram Rieger Piano
Technical Credits
Rodney Greenberg Director
Jacques Hédouin Executive Producer
Yves Rolland Executive Producer
Jane Seymour Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening [:43]
2. Interviews Hampson/Rieger [4:48]
3. Frühlingsmorgen [2:06]
4. Ablösung Im Sommer [1:51]
5. Rheinlegendchen [3:09]
6. Interview Hampson [1:43]
7. Lob Des Hohen Verstandes [2:55]
8. Interview Rieger [:59]
9. Des Antonius Von Padua Fischpredigt [4:23]
10. Interview Rieger/Hampson [1:47]
11. Aus! Aus! (1887-1890) [2:14]
12. Starke Einbildungskraft (1887-1890) [1:04]
13. Interview Hampson [:56]
14. Zu Strafsburg Auf Der Schanz (1887-1890) [4:03]
15. Revelge (1899) [7:38]
16. Interview Hampson [:42]
17. Der Tamboursg'sell [6:25]
18. Interview Hampson [:01]
19. Lied Des Verfolgten Im Turm [2:39]
20. Interview Hampson [4:19]
21. Wo Die Schönen Trompeten Blasen [2:09]
22. Interview Hampson [8:24]
23. Das Irdische Leben [:57]
24. Interview Hampson [2:57]
25. Das Himmlische Leben [:48]
26. Interviews Rieger/Hampson [8:52]
27. Urlicht [2:25]
28. Credits [7:08]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play in Order
   Part I - Chapter Selection
      Fables and Parables of Nature and Man
   Part II - Chapter Selection
      Humoresques and Ballads - Scenes of Separation and War
   Part III - Chapter Selection
      Ballads and Allegories - Transcendence of Life
   Audio & Subtitles
      Select Audio: Stereo
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      Select Subtitles: English
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      Select Subtitles: Off
   More TDK Releases From the Chatelet
      La Belle Hélène
      Bejart's The Nutcracker
      A Concert of Music By Offenbach
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