Bären Gässlin

Mythomania – Bären Gässlin

Mythomania
Bären Gässlin


    H.C. Hartman (text) / Bären Gässlin (music, after motifs by Machaut)

  1. Des Gwenc’hlan Phrophesei

  2. H.C. Hartman & M. Korth (text, Jaidhofer’s version of the Scottish ballad: Two Sisters) / Bären Gässlin (music)

  3. Zwei Schwestern

  4. Bären Gässlin (music, after a melody from Antwerpen song book of 1544)

  5. Der Geist des erschlagenen Geliebten (instr.)

  6. H.C. Hartman, M. Korth & I. Schrempf (text, Jaidhofer’s version of the Scottish ballad: King Henry) / Bären Gässlin (music)

  7. Herr Heinrich

  8. Anon. (text, from lower German folk ballad) / Bären Gässlin (music, after folk melody)

  9. Twee Küniges Kinner

  10. Anon. (text, from Danish folk ballad: Hr. Oluf rider om otte) / Bären Gässlin (music, after the Danish melody)

  11. Herr Oluf

  12. Anon. (text, German folk ballad) / Bären Gässlin (music, after Irish-Scottish motifs)

  13. Ein wilder Wassermann

  14. Bären Gässlin (music)

  15. Beiarblakk (instr.)

  16. H.C. Hartman & M. Korth (text, Jaidhofer’s version of the Engliss song: The Unquiet Grave), Bauml;ren Gässlin (music, after the original melody)

  17. Das ruhlose Grab

  18. Clemens Brentano (text, after old legends) / Bären Gässlin (music, after motifs by Scarlatti)

  19. Lore Lay

Intérpretes: Bären Gässlin: Isabella Ernst (voice, lute, percussion), Johannes Heimrath (lute, guitar, flute, percussion, dudelsack, mandoline), Michael Korth (voice, lute, guitar), Christine Simon (fiddle, lyra, viola da gamba)

 Duración: 42′ 28″

Lugar y fecha de grabación: St. Petrus-Kirche, Blansingen [marzo 1982]

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