Marschner: Hans Heiling, Op. 80 (Live) Essener Philharmoniker & Frank Beermann
- Heinrich Marschner (1795 - 1861): Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I:
- 1Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Vorspiel (Live)17:06
- 2Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Overture (Live)07:39
- 3Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: O bleib’ bei mir! (Live)07:02
- 4Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Ha, welche Zeichen (Live)05:49
- 5Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: An jenem Tag, da du mir Treue versprochen (Live)06:51
- 6Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Wohlan! Wohlan! (Live)04:22
- 7Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Juchheisa! Juchheisa (Live)03:05
- 8Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Einspielung Funktionär (Live)04:46
- 9Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Ein sprödes, allerliebstes Kind (Live)03:39
- 10Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act I: Wie hüpft mir vor Freuden (Live)05:18
- Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act II:
- 11Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act II: Wehe mir! Wohin, wohin ist es mit mir gekommen? (Live)09:25
- 12Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act II: Aus der Klüfte Schlund (Live)05:53
- 13Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act II: Wohl durch den grünen Wald mein Jägerhorn erschallt! (Live)04:54
- 14Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act II: Wo nur Ännchen bleibt, es ist finstre Nacht (Live)06:32
- 15Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act II: Ihr hört es! (Live)12:13
- Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III:
- 16Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III: Ich bin am Ziel (Live)09:41
- 17Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III: Achtung, meine Herren (Live)03:03
- 18Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III: Im Taubenschlag traf er ’nen Täuberich an (Live)03:50
- 19Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III: Segne, Allmächtiger, segne dies Paar (Live)01:50
- 20Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III: Nun bist du mein (Live)02:46
- 21Hans Heiling, Op. 80, Act III: So wollen wir auf kurze Frist (Live)13:55
Info for Marschner: Hans Heiling, Op. 80 (Live)
The link between Weber and Wagner, Marschner's Hans Heiling, was staged in the Aalto Music Theatre in February 2018. The production by Andreas Baesler received a mixed reaction, but the music was unanimously lauded by critics, above all the performance of Essen Philharmonic under the baton of Frank Beermann. The German Romantic opera in 3 acts is the composer's most successful opera, and brought the composer a considerable reputation. The story is based on a folk legend, and the opera's libretto was written by Eduard Devrient, who also sang the title role at the premiere at what is now the Berlin State Opera. In this production, Heiko Trinsinger performs the title role.
Frank Beermann, condutor
The Conductor Frank Beermann has distinguished himself internationally both on the concert platform and through his many CD recordings.
His insatiable curiosity for new, undiscovered repertoire and interest in re- interpretation of core repertoire have won him numerous awards and prizes.
A core component of the conductor's repertoire are the works of Richard Wagner. His interpretations of Tristan and Isolde, Tannhäuser, Lohengrin, Das Rheingold, Die Walküre and Siegfried in the Minden Wagner projects were rapturously received by local and international press alike.
Writing in the magazine Crescendo’s special 2015 Echo Klassik Awards edition, Eleonore Büning wrote:” Frank Beermann is one of the best Wagner conductors of our time”.
His CD recordings, encompassing as much standard repertoire as they do rediscovered and contemporary works, have received multiple awards, most notably the Echo Klassik in 2009 and 2015.
Frank Beermann has in recent years devoted himself more intently to the great symphonic works of Richard Strauss, Gustav Mahler and in particular Anton Bruckner. He was thus rapidly able to add the “completed” 9th symphony including its reconstructed 4th movement to his repertoire.
Over the past 10 years, he has conducted full cycles of the symphonic works by Beethoven, Brahms, Schubert, Schumann, Mahler (except the 8th symphony) and Strauss, as well as the complete Mozart piano concertos with Matthias Kirschnereit and the Bamberger Sinfonikern; he is currently working on the complete Mozart Symphonies in a new concert series for the Hamm Klassiksommer , with performances spread out over several years.
From 2007 to 2016, Frank Beermann was Generalmusikdirektor of the Theater Chemnitz and Principal conductor of the Robert-Schumann-Philharmonie.
Recent national and international engagements have included his debuts with the Athens National Orchestra, the Aalto Theater Essen, the Philharmonia Orchestra London and the Staatstheater Stuttgart.
Plans for his 18/19 season include productions of Die Fledermaus and Ariadne auf Naxos at the Opéra de Lausanne and the Leningrad Symphony by Shostakovich with the Athens State Orchestra.
In September 2018, Frank Beermann completes the acclaimed “Ring” cycle in Minden, an ambitious project initiated in 2015 under his artistic direction and which has met with unanimous critical acclaim. Two full cycles are planned for 2019.