Tracklist

CD 1: Franz Schubert 1797 – 1828
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Das Wandern
Franz Schubert ?:??
2 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Wohin?
Franz Schubert ?:??
3 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Halt!
Franz Schubert ?:??
4 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Danksagung an den Bach
Franz Schubert ?:??
5 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Am Feierabend
Franz Schubert ?:??
6 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Der Neugierige
Franz Schubert ?:??
7 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Ungeduld
Franz Schubert ?:??
8 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Morgengruß
Franz Schubert ?:??
9 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Des Müllers Blumen
Franz Schubert ?:??
10 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Tränenregen
Franz Schubert ?:??
11 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Mein!
Franz Schubert ?:??
12 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Pause
Franz Schubert ?:??
13 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Mit dem grünen Lautenbande
Franz Schubert ?:??
14 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Der Jäger
Franz Schubert ?:??
15 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Eifersucht und Stolz
Franz Schubert ?:??
16 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Die liebe Farbe
Franz Schubert ?:??
17 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Die böse Farbe
Franz Schubert ?:??
18 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Trockne Blumen
Franz Schubert ?:??
19 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Der Müller und der Bach
Franz Schubert ?:??
20 Die schöne Müllerin, D 795: Des Baches Wiegenlied29.9.1943
Franz Schubert ?:??
21 Der Lindenbaum, D 911 Nr. 5 13.3 1945
Franz Schubert ?:??
22 Der Erlkönig, D 328 1944
Franz Schubert ?:??
23 Die Forelle, D 550 1944
Franz Schubert ?:??
CD 2: Ludwig van Beethoven 1770 – 1827
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Trinklied, WoO 109 4.12.1944
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
2 Klage, WoO 113 5.12.1944
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
3 Prüfung des Küssens, WoO 89 9.7.1943
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
4 Elegie auf den Tod eines Pudels, WoO 110 1942
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
5 Adelaide, op. 46 1942
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
6 Opferlied, WoO 126 21.1.1944
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
7 Marmotte, op. 52 Nr. 7 21.1.1944
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
8 Die Liebe des Nächsten, op. 48 Nr. 2 1942
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
9 Die Himmel rühmen des Ewigen Ehre, op. 48 Nr. 4 1942
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
10 Gottes Macht und Vorsehung, op. 48 Nr. 5 1942
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
11 Bußlied, op. 48 Nr. 6 1942
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
12 Lied aus der Ferne 23.6.1943
Ludwig van Beethoven ?:??
CD 3: Carl Maria von Weber 1786 – 1826
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Die Zeit, op. 13 Nr. 5 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
2 Meine Lieder, meine Sänge, op. 15 Nr. 1 19.3.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
3 Klage, op. 15 Nr. 2 19.11.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
4 Der kleine Fritz an seine jungen Freunde, op. 15 Nr. 3 31.5.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
5 Das Röschen, op. 15 Nr. 5 22.9.1942
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
6 Unbefangenheit, op. 30 Nr. 3 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
7 Sind es Schmerzen, sind es Freuden op. 30 Nr. 6 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
8 Der Leichtmüthige, op. 46 24.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
9 Der Schwermüthige, op. 46 24.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
10 Der Liebeswüthige, op. 46 24.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
11 Der Gleichmüthige, op. 46 24.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
12 Die gefangenen Sänger, op. 47 Nr. 1 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
13 Heimlicher Liebe Pein, op. 64 Nr. 3 14.10.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
14 Das Veilchen im Thale, op. 66 Nr. 1 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
15 Ich denke dein, op. 66 Nr. 3 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
16 Lied von Clotilde, op. 80 Nr. 1 1.6.1943
Carl Maria von Weber ?:??
CD 4: Robert Schumann 1810 – 1856
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Auf dem Rhein, op. 51 Nr. 4 4.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
2 Liebeslied, op. 51 Nr. 5 20.4.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
3 Loreley, op. 53 Nr. 2 23.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
4 Aufträge, op. 77 Nr. 5 7.9.1942
Robert Schumann ?:??
5 Zigeunerliedchen I u. II, op. 79 Nr. 7 10.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
6 Des Knaben Berglied, op. 79 Nr. 9 1944
Robert Schumann ?:??
7 Marienwürmchen, op. 79 Nr. 14 7.9.1942
Robert Schumann ?:??
8 Des Sennen Abschied, op. 79 Nr. 23 4.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
9 Des Buben Schützenlied, op. 79 Nr. 26 4.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
10 Schneeglöckchen, op. 79 Nr. 27 22.9.1942
Robert Schumann ?:??
11 Lied Lynceus´ , des Türmers, op. 79 Nr. 28 31.5.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
12 Resignation, op. 83 Nr. 1 11.12.1944
Robert Schumann ?:??
13 Abschied vom Walde, op. 89 Nr. 4 10.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
14 Die Sennin, op. 90 Nr. 4 23.6.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
15 Requiem, op. 90 Nr. 7 11.12.1944
Robert Schumann ?:??
16 Dem Helden, op. 95 Nr. 3 10.3.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
17 Gesungen, op. 96 Nr. 4 2.7.1943
Robert Schumann ?:??
18 Himmel und Erde, op. 96 Nr. 5 11.12.1944
Robert Schumann ?:??
CD 5: Otto Nicolai 1810 – 1849
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Die Träne, op. 30 7.11.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
2 Beruhigung, op. 34 Nr. 4 7.11.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
3 Der getreue Bub, op. 34 Nr. 7 5.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
4 Stürm, stürm du Winterwind, op. 34 Nr. 9 1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
5 Der Kuckuck, op. 35 Nr. 1 10.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
6 Flohjammer, op. 35 Nr. 3 10.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
7 Du bist zu klein, mein Hänselein, op. 35 Nr. 4 10.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
8 Herbstlied, op. 37 10.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
9 Ein entmutigter Liebhaber, WoO Nr. 1 1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
10 Christine, WoO Nr. 2
Otto Nicolai ?:??
11 Wär´ ich ein munt´res Vöglein, WoO Nr. 3 1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
12 Des Trinkers Wunsch, WoO Nr. 4 10.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
13 Der Liebestrunkene, WoO Nr. 5 1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
14 Drei Monde schwanden 31.10.1942
Otto Nicolai ?:??
CD 6: Carl Loewe 1796 - 1869
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Der Teufel, op. 129 Nr. 1 30.3.1943
Carl Loewe ?:??
2 Der Nöck, op. 129 Nr. 2 1944
Carl Loewe ?:??
3 Abendstunde, op. 130 Nr. 3 9.3.1943
Carl Loewe ?:??
4 Der Hirt auf der Brücke, op. 130 Nr. 4 20.4.1943
Carl Loewe ?:??
5 Frühlingsankunft, op. 130 Nr. 5 9.3.1943
Carl Loewe ?:??
6 Meeresleuchten, op. 145 Nr. 1 1942
Carl Loewe ?:??
7 Der Feind, op. 145 Nr. 2 1942
Carl Loewe ?:??
8 Im Sturme, op. 145 Nr. 3 1942
Carl Loewe ?:??
9 Heimlichkeit, op. 145 Nr. 4 1942
Carl Loewe ?:??
10 Tom der Reimer, op. 135a 12.12.1944
Carl Loewe ?:??
11 Der selt´ne Beter, op. 141 27.10.1944
Carl Loewe ?:??
12 Der Zahn 5.2.1943
Carl Loewe ?:??
13 Das Blümelein 20.4.1943
Carl Loewe ?:??
14 Die Uhr, op. 123 Nr. 3 1944
Carl Loewe ?:??
CD 7: Johannes Brahms 1833 – 1897
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Zigeunerlieder, op. 103 Nr. 1-7, 11 He, Zigeuner, greif in die Saiten Hochgetürmte Rimaflut Wißt ihr, wann mein Kindchen Lieber Gott, du weißt Brauner Busche führt zum Tanze Röslein dreie, in der Reihe Kommt mir manchmal in den Sinn Rote Abendwolken ziehen 1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
2 Wie Melodien zieht es, op. 105 Nr. 1 3.7.1939
Johannes Brahms ?:??
3 Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer, op. 105 Nr. 2 1942
Johannes Brahms ?:??
4 Klage, op. 105 Nr. 3 11.12.1944
Johannes Brahms ?:??
5 Auf dem Kirchhofe, op. 105 Nr. 4 1.10.1938
Johannes Brahms ?:??
6 Verrat, op. 105 Nr. 5 9.7.1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
7 Ständchen, op. 106 Nr. 1 1942
Johannes Brahms ?:??
8 Meine Lieder, op. 106 Nr. 4 13.10.1944
Johannes Brahms ?:??
9 Ein Wanderer, op. 106 Nr. 5 1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
10 Das Mädchen spricht, op. 107 Nr. 3 1944
Johannes Brahms ?:??
11 Da unten im Tale, op. 107 Nr. 6 20.9.1944
Johannes Brahms ?:??
12 Mir ist ein schön, braun´s Maidelein, op. 107 Nr. 24 1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
13 Mein Mädel hat einen Rosenmund, op. 107 Nr. 25 1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
14 All´ mein´ Gedanken die ich hab´ , op. 107 Nr. 30 1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
15 Dort in den Weiden steht ein Haus, op. 107 Nr. 31 29.6.1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
16 Och Moder, ich well en Ding han, op. 107 Nr. 33 29.6.1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
17 In stiller Nacht, op. 107 Nr. 42 20.4.1943
Johannes Brahms ?:??
18 Sandmänchen 1944
Johannes Brahms ?:??
19 Magyarisch, op. 46 Nr. 2 1944
Johannes Brahms ?:??
20 Wiegenlied, op. 49 Nr. 4 1945
Johannes Brahms ?:??
21 Auf dem Kirchhofe, op. 105 Nr. 4 1942
Johannes Brahms ?:??
22 Da unten im Tale, op. 107 Nr. 6 1942
Johannes Brahms ?:??
CD 8: Max Reger 1873 – 1916
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Im April, op. 4 Nr. 4
Max Reger ?:??
2 Das kleinste Lied, op. 23 Nr. 1
Max Reger ?:??
3 Ich glaub´ lieber Schatz, op. 31 Nr. 2
Max Reger ?:??
4 Wenn lichter Mondenschein, op. 35 Nr. 6
Max Reger ?:??
5 Frauenhaar, op. 37 Nr. 4
Max Reger ?:??
6 Zwischen zwei Nächten, op. 43 Nr. 1
Max Reger ?:??
7 Am Dorfsee, op. 48 Nr. 6
Max Reger ?:??
8 Der Mond glüht, op. 51 Nr. 1
Max Reger ?:??
9 Geheimnis, op. 51 Nr. 4
Max Reger ?:??
10 Schmied Schmerz, op. 51 Nr. 6
Max Reger ?:??
11 Nachtgang, op. 51 Nr. 7
Max Reger ?:??
12 Gleich einer versunkenen Melodie, op. 51 Nr. 8
Max Reger ?:??
13 Weiße Tauben, op. 51 Nr. 12
Max Reger ?:??
14 Ein Paar, op. 55 Nr. 9
Max Reger ?:??
15 Viola d´amour, op. 55 Nr. 11
Max Reger ?:??
16 Gute Nacht, op. 55 Nr. 13
Max Reger ?:??
17 Der Alte, op. 55 Nr. 15
Max Reger ?:??
18 Waldseligkeit, op. 62 Nr. 2
Max Reger ?:??
19 Wir Zwei, op. 62 Nr. 5
Max Reger ?:??
20 Gebet, op. 62 Nr. 8
Max Reger ?:??
21 Mariä Wiegenlied, op. 76 Nr. 52
Max Reger ?:??
CD 9: Hans Pfitzner 1869 – 1949
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Michaels Kirchplatz, op. 19 Nr. 2
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
2 In Danzig, op. 22 Nr. 1
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
3 Schön Suschen, op. 22 Nr. 3
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
4 Gegenliebe, op. 22 Nr. 4
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
5 An die Bienen, op. 22 Nr. 5
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
6 Unter den Linden, op. 24 Nr. 1
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
7 Gewalt der Minne, op. 24 Nr. 2
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
8 Abendrot, op. 24 Nr. 4
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
9 Nachts, op. 26 Nr. 2
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
10 Trauerstille, op. 26 Nr. 4
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
11 Mailied, op. 26 Nr. 5
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
12 Abbitte, op. 29 Nr. 1
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
13 Herbsthauch, op. 29 Nr. 2
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
14 Willkommen und Abschied, op. 29 Nr. 3
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
15 Die Stille der Nacht, op. 29 Nr. 4
Hans Pfitzner ?:??
CD 10: Richard Strauss 1864 – 1949
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Kornblumen, op. 22 Nr. 1
Richard Strauss ?:??
2 Mohnblumen, op. 22 Nr. 2
Richard Strauss ?:??
3 Efeu, op. 22 Nr. 3
Richard Strauss ?:??
4 Wasserrose, op. 22 Nr. 4
Richard Strauss ?:??
5 Wärst du mein, op. 26
Richard Strauss ?:??
6 Cäcilie, op. 27 Nr. 2
Richard Strauss ?:??
7 Heimliche Aufforderung, op. 27 Nr. 3
Richard Strauss ?:??
8 Morgen, op. 27 Nr. 4
Richard Strauss ?:??
9 Traum durch die Dämmerung, op. 29 Nr. 1
Richard Strauss ?:??
10 Schlagende Herzen, op. 29 Nr. 2
Richard Strauss ?:??
11 Nachtgang, op. 29 Nr. 3
Richard Strauss ?:??
12 Ich trage meine Minne, op. 32 Nr. 1
Richard Strauss ?:??
13 Liebeshymnus, op. 32 Nr. 3
Richard Strauss ?:??
14 O süßer Mai, op. 32 Nr. 4
Richard Strauss ?:??
15 Himmelsboten zu Liebchens Himmelbett, op. 32 Nr. 5
Richard Strauss ?:??
16 Für fünfzehn Pfennige, op. 36 Nr. 2
Richard Strauss ?:??
17 Hat gesagt, bleibt´s nicht dabei, op. 36 Nr. 3
Richard Strauss ?:??
18 Glückes genug, op. 37 Nr. 1
Richard Strauss ?:??
19 Herr Lenz, op. 37 Nr. 5
Richard Strauss ?:??
20 Hochzeitlich Lied, op. 37 Nr. 6
Richard Strauss ?:??
21 Befreit, op. 39 Nr. 4
Richard Strauss ?:??
22 Morgen, op. 27 Nr. 4
Richard Strauss ?:??
23 Morgen, op. 27 Nr. 4
Richard Strauss ?:??
24 Heimliche Aufforderung, op. 27 Nr. 3
Richard Strauss ?:??

Credits

CD 1: Franz Schubert 1797 – 1828

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1943-09-29) (tracks 1–20)
Michael Raucheisen (1944) (tracks 22–23)
Michael Raucheisen (1945-03-13) (track 21)
bass vocals:
Wilhelm Strienz (1944) (track 22)
composer:
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1815) (track 22)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1816-11 – 1817-07) (track 23)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1823) (tracks 1–20)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1827-02) (track 21)
lyricist:
Wilhelm Müller (tracks 1–21)
Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart (German poet) (1777 – 1787) (track 23)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1782) (track 22)
soprano vocals:
Erna Sack (1944) (track 23)
tenor vocals:
Julius Patzak (1943-09-29) (tracks 1–20)
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1945-03-13) (track 21)
publisher:
Cappi & Diabelli (1821) (track 22)
premiered at:
Theater am Kärntnertor in Wien, Austria (1821-03-07) (track 22)
part of:
arrangements:
Das Wandern, S. 565 no. 1 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 1)
Der Jäger, S. 565 no. 3 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 14)
Der Lindenbaum, D. 911 Nr. 5 (for flute and piano, Böhm) (track 21)
Der Müller und der Bach, S. 565 no. 2 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 19)
Die Forelle, S. 563 no. 6 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 23)
Die Forelle, S. 564 (for piano, Liszt - second version) (track 23)
Die böse Farbe, S. 565 no. 4 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 17)
Erlkönig, S. 557a (for piano solo, Liszt) (track 22)
Erlkönig, S. 558 Nr. 4 (for piano solo, Liszt) (track 22)
The Erlking (HLW) (translated) (track 22)
Trockne Blumen, S. 563 no. 4 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 18)
Ungeduld, S. 563 no. 5 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 7)
Ungeduld, S. 565 no. 6 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 7)
Winterreise, S. 561: Nr. 7 bis. Der Lindenbaum (for solo piano, Liszt - alternative passages) (track 21)
Winterreise, S. 561: Nr. 7. Der Lindenbaum (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 21)
Wohin? (for three pianos, Steuermann) (track 2)
Wohin?, S. 565 no. 5 (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 2)
Wohin?, TN iii/10 (for piano solo, Rachmaninov) (track 2)
is based on:
Die Forelle (Schubart poem) (track 23)
Erlkönig (Goethe’s poem) (track 22)
is the basis for:
Mein! Yours? (track 11)
later versions:
Die Forelle, D. 550 (orchestrated by Britten) (track 23)
Erlkönig (Herman van Veen) (track 22)
orchestrations:
Die Schöne Müllerin, op. 25, S. 795: Des Baches Wiegenlied (orchestrated by Colin Jacobsen) (track 20)
Erlkönig, D. 328 (orchestrated by Berlioz) (track 22)
Erlkönig, D. 328 (orchestrated by Reger) (track 22)
Erlkönig, S. 375 no. 4 (orchestrated by Liszt) (track 22)
part of:
recording of:
Die Forelle, D. 550 (1944) (track 23)
Erlkönig, D. 328 (1944) (track 22)

CD 2: Ludwig van Beethoven 1770 – 1827

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1942) (tracks 4–5, 8–11)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-23) (track 12)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-07-09) (track 3)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-01-21) (tracks 6–7)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-04) (track 1)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-05) (track 2)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (1942) (tracks 8–11)
baritone vocals:
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1942) (track 4)
Arno Schellenberg (1944-01-21) (tracks 6–7)
Hanns-Heinz Nissen (1944-12-04) (track 1)
bass vocals:
Herbert Alsen (1943-07-09) (track 3)
composer:
Ludwig van Beethoven (tracks 1, 4, 6)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1790) (track 2)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1792) (tracks 3, 7)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1794 – 1796) (track 5)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1802-03) (tracks 8–11)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1804 – 1805) (track 7)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1809) (track 12)
dedicated to:
lyricist:
Friedrich von Matthisson (tracks 5–6)
tenor vocals:
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1942) (track 5)
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1943-06-23) (track 12)
Walther Ludwig (1944-12-05) (track 2)
part of:
Beethoven opera (number: op. 46) (track 5)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 89) (track 3)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 109) (track 1)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 110) (track 4)
Kinsky catalogue (Beethoven WoO works) (number: WoO 113) (track 2)
arrangements:
Adelaïde von Beethoven, S. 466 (for solo piano, Liszt, final version) (track 5)
Adelaïde, S. 466a (for solo piano, Liszt, first version) (track 5)
Adélaïde, S. 466b (for solo piano, Liszt, second version) (track 5)
Die Himmel rühmen (track 9)
Geistliche Lieder, S. 467: No. 3. Busslied (for solo piano, Liszt) (track 11)
orchestrations:
Adelaide, op. 46 (orchestrated by Spohr) (track 5)
part of:
6 Lieder, op. 48 (tracks 8–11)
8 Lieder, op. 52 (track 7)
recording of:
Adelaide, op. 46 (1942) (track 5)

CD 3: Carl Maria von Weber 1786 – 1826

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1942-09-22) (track 5)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-03-19) (track 2)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-05-31) (track 4)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-01) (tracks 1, 6–7, 12, 14–16)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-24) (tracks 8–11)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-10-14) (track 13)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-11-19) (track 3)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (1943-10-14) (track 13)
baritone vocals:
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1942-09-22) (track 5)
Hans Hotter (German operatic bass-baritone) (1943-03-19) (track 2)
Rudolf Bockelmann (1943-05-31) (track 4)
Hanns-Heinz Nissen (1943-06-24) (tracks 8–11)
Hans Hotter (German operatic bass-baritone) (1943-11-19) (track 3)
composer:
Carl Maria von Weber (tracks 6–16)
Carl Maria von Weber (1808 – 1809) (tracks 2–5)
Carl Maria von Weber (1810) (track 1)
lyricist:
Friedrich Wilhelm Gubitz (tracks 8–11)
Karl Müchler (tracks 3, 5)
Josef Ludwig Stoll (track 1)
Johann Ludwig Tieck (German poet, † 1853) (track 7)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 6)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 4, 13)
soprano vocals:
Erna Berger (German lyric soprano) (1943-06-01) (tracks 1, 6–7, 12, 14–16)
part of:
part of:
6 Lieder, Op.47 (track 12)
6 Lieder, Op.80 (track 16)
6 Lieder, Op.30 (tracks 6–7)
6 Lieder, Op.66 (tracks 14–15)
4 Lieder, Op.46 (tracks 8–11)
6 Lieder, op. 15 (tracks 2–5)
recording of:
Das Röschen, op. 15 no. 5, J. 67 (1942-09-22) (track 5)
Das Veilchen im Thale, op. 66 Nr. 1 (1943-06-01) (track 14)
Die Zeit, op. 13 no. 5, J. 97 (1943-06-01) (track 1)
Die gefangenen Sänger, op. 47 Nr. 1 (1943-06-01) (track 12)
Ich denke dein, op. 66 Nr. 3 (1943-06-01) (track 15)
Lied von Clotilde, op. 80 Nr. 1 (1943-06-01) (track 16)
Unbefangenheit, op. 30 Nr. 3 (1943-06-01) (track 6)
Der Gleichmüthige, op. 46, no. 4 (Friedrich Wilhelm Gubitz) (1943-06-24) (track 11)
Der Leichtmüthige, op. 46 no. 1 (Friedrich Wilhelm Gubitz) (1943-06-24) (track 8)
Der Liebeswüthige, op. 46 no. 3 (1943-06-24) (track 10)
Der Schwermüthige, op. 46 no. 2 (Friedrich Wilhelm Gubitz) (1943-06-24) (track 9)
Heimlicher Liebe Pein, op. 64 Nr. 3 (1943-10-14) (track 13)
Klage, op. 15 no. 2, J. 62 (1943-11-19) (track 3)

CD 4: Robert Schumann 1810 – 1856

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1942-09-07) (tracks 4, 7)
Michael Raucheisen (1942-09-22) (track 10)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-03-10) (track 16)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-04-20) (track 2)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-05-31) (track 11)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-04) (tracks 1, 8–9)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-10) (tracks 5, 13)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-23) (tracks 3, 14)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-07-02) (track 17)
Michael Raucheisen (1944) (track 6)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-11) (tracks 12, 15, 18)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (1944-12-11) (tracks 12, 15, 18)
baritone vocals:
Rudolf Bockelmann (1943-05-31) (track 11)
Willi Domgraf-Fassbaender (1943-06-04) (tracks 1, 8–9)
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1943-06-10) (tracks 5, 13)
Willi Domgraf-Fassbaender (1944) (track 6)
bass vocals:
Georg Hann (1943-07-02) (track 17)
composer:
Robert Schumann (German classical composer) (tracks 1–5, 5–18)
lyricist:
George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron) (track 16)
Franz Emanuel August Geibel (poet) (tracks 5, 5)
Karl Immermann (track 1)
Christian L'Egru (track 4)
Nikolaus Lenau (track 14)
Wilfried von der Neun (tracks 13, 17–18)
Friedrich Rückert (German poet) (track 10)
Friedrich Schiller (German poet and playwright) (tracks 8–9)
Ludwig Uhland (track 6)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 15)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 7)
performer:
Gertrude Pfitzinger (1943-04-20) (track 2)
soprano vocals:
Erna Sack (1942-09-07) (tracks 4, 7)
Tiana Lemnitz (1942-09-22) (track 10)
Maria Müller (1943-03-10) (track 16)
tenor vocals:
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1943-06-23) (tracks 3, 14)
translator:
Karl Julius Körner (track 16)
arrangements:
part of:
Lieder und Gesänge, op. 96 (tracks 17–18)
recording of:

CD 5: Otto Nicolai 1810 – 1849

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (track 10)
Michael Raucheisen (1942) (tracks 4, 9, 11, 13)
Michael Raucheisen (1942-10-10) (tracks 5–8, 12)
Michael Raucheisen (1942-10-31) (track 14)
Michael Raucheisen (1942-11-07) (tracks 1–2)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (track 10)
baritone vocals:
Hans Hotter (German operatic bass-baritone) (1942) (tracks 4, 9, 11, 13)
bass vocals:
Josef Manowarda (1942-10-10) (tracks 5–7, 12)
composer:
Otto Nicolai (tracks 1–14)
lyricist:
Robert Burns (18th century Scottish poet/lyricist) (track 9)
Vittorio Castelli (track 1)
Matthias Claudius (German poet) (track 10)
William Shakespeare (famous English poet and playwright) (track 4)
Johann Ludwig Tieck (German poet, † 1853) (track 8)
performer:
Kniestadt Quartett (1942-10-05) (track 3)
soprano vocals:
Hilde Scheppan (soprano) (1942-10-10) (tracks 7–8)
Erna Berger (German lyric soprano) (1942-10-31) (track 14)
tenor vocals:
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1942-10-05) (track 3)
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1942-11-07) (tracks 1–2)
recording of:
Der Liebestrunkene, WoO Nr. 5 (1942) (track 13)
Der getreue Bub, op. 34 Nr. 7 (1942-10-05) (track 3)
Der Kuckuck, op. 35 Nr. 1 (1942-10-10) (track 5)
Des Trinkers Wunsch, WoO Nr. 4 (1942-10-10) (track 12)
Flohjammer, op. 35 Nr. 3 (1942-10-10) (track 6)
Herbstlied, op. 37 (1942-10-10) (track 8)
Drei Monde schwanden (1942-10-31) (track 14)
Beruhigung, op. 34 Nr. 4 (1942-11-07) (track 2)
Die Träne, op. 30 (1942-11-07) (track 1)

CD 6: Carl Loewe 1796 - 1869

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1942) (tracks 6–9)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-02-05) (track 12)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-03-09) (tracks 3, 5)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-03-30) (track 1)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-04-20) (tracks 4, 13)
Michael Raucheisen (1944) (tracks 2, 14)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-10-27) (track 11)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-12) (track 10)
baritone vocals:
Rudolf Bockelmann (1943-02-05) (track 12)
Arno Schellenberg (1944-12-12) (track 10)
bass vocals:
Josef Manowarda (1942) (tracks 6–9)
Josef Greindl (1943-03-30) (track 1)
Wilhelm Strienz (1944) (tracks 2, 14)
Josef Greindl (1944-10-27) (track 11)
composer:
Carl Loewe (tracks 1–14)
lyricist:
Matthias Claudius (German poet) (track 12)
Theodor Fontane (track 10)
August Kopisch (track 2)
Johann Gabriel Seidl (Austrian archeologist, poet, storyteller and dramatist) (track 14)
Karl Siebel (tracks 1, 6, 8–9)
performer:
Gertrude Pfitzinger (1943-04-20) (tracks 4, 13)
soprano vocals:
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (German-born Austrian/British soprano opera) (1943-03-09) (tracks 3, 5)
is based on:
part of:
3 Balladen, op. 129 (tracks 1–2)
recording of:
Der Feind, op. 145 Nr. 2 (1942) (track 7)
Heimlichkeit, op. 145 no. 4 (1942) (track 9)
Im Sturme, op. 145 Nr. 3 (1942) (track 8)
Der Zahn (1943-02-05) (track 12)
Abendstunde, op. 130 Nr. 3 (1943-03-09) (track 3)
Frühlingsankunft, op. 130 Nr. 5 (1943-03-09) (track 5)
Das Blümelein (1943-04-20) (track 13)
Die Uhr, op. 123 Nr. 3 (1944) (track 14)
Der selt´ne Beter, op. 141 (1944-10-27) (track 11)
Tom der Reimer, op. 135a (1944-12-12) (track 10)

CD 7: Johannes Brahms 1833 – 1897

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1938-10-01) (track 5)
Michael Raucheisen (1939-07-03) (track 2)
Michael Raucheisen (1942) (tracks 3, 7, 21–22)
Michael Raucheisen (1943) (tracks 1, 9, 12–14)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-04-20) (track 17)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-06-29) (track 16)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-07-09) (track 6)
Michael Raucheisen (1944) (tracks 10, 18–19)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-06-29) (track 15)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-09-20) (track 11)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-10-13) (track 8)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-11) (track 4)
Michael Raucheisen (1945) (track 20)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (1942) (track 21)
Emmi Leisner (1944-12-11) (track 4)
baritone vocals:
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1942) (track 22)
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1943) (tracks 12–14)
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1943-04-20) (track 17)
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1944) (track 19)
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1944-10-13) (track 8)
bass vocals:
Herbert Alsen (1943-07-09) (track 6)
composer:
Johannes Brahms (tracks 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1–8, 10–18, 21–22)
Johannes Brahms (1868) (tracks 19–20)
Johannes Brahms (1885) (track 9)
Johannes Brahms (1887 – 1888) (track 1)
dedicated to:
Bertha Faber (track 20)
lyricist:
Hugo Conrat (tracks 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1)
Adolf Frey (Swiss writer) (track 8)
Klaus Groth (track 2)
Carl von Lemcke (track 6)
Detlev von Liliencron (tracks 5, 21)
Hermann von Lingg (track 3)
Georg Scherer (track 20)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 4, 15, 20)
performer:
Gertrude Pfitzinger (1943) (track 1)
Gertrude Pfitzinger (1943-06-29) (track 16)
Gertrude Pfitzinger (1944-06-29) (track 15)
soprano vocals:
Erna Berger (German lyric soprano) (1942) (track 3)
Erna Berger (German lyric soprano) (1944) (tracks 10, 18)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (German-born Austrian/British soprano opera) (1944-09-20) (track 11)
Erna Berger (German lyric soprano) (1945) (track 20)
tenor vocals:
Karl Erb (1938-10-01) (track 5)
Walther Ludwig (1942) (track 7)
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1943) (track 9)
premiered at:
[concert] (1869-12-22) (track 20)
arrangements:
5 Lieder, op. 105: Nr. 2. Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
5 Lieder, op. 105: Nr. 4. Auf dem Kirchhofe (unknown arr. for voice + orchestra) (tracks 5, 21)
5 Lieder, op. 49: Nr. 4. Wiegenlied (catch-all for arrangements) (track 20)
Wiegenlied (for violin and piano, Spalding) (track 20)
Wiegenlied (for piano, Cortot) (track 20)
ブラームスの子守歌 (translated) (track 20)
is the basis for:
Close Your Eyes (track 20)
later translated versions:
Het zandmannetje (track 18)
Lullaby (track 20)
later versions:
Wiegenlied (for piano solo, Grainger) (track 20)
part of:
4 Lieder, op. 46 (track 19)
5 Lieder, op. 107 (track 10)
5 Lieder, op. 105 (tracks 2–6, 21)
5 Lieder, op. 49 (track 20)
6 Lieder, op. 97 (track 15)
5 Lieder, op. 106 (tracks 7–9)
Zigeunerlieder, op. 103 (tracks 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1)
recording of:
5 Lieder, op. 105: Nr. 5. Verrat (1943-07-09) (track 6)
Sandmännchen (1944) (track 18)
5 Lieder, op. 105: Nr. 3. Klage (1944-12-11) (track 4)
5 Lieder, op. 49: Nr. 4. Wiegenlied (for voice and piano) (1945) (track 20)
referred to in medleys:

CD 8: Max Reger 1873 – 1916

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (track 21)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-03-24) (track 2)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-10-09) (tracks 3, 15)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-11-20) (track 18)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-11) (tracks 1, 7, 10)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-29) (tracks 4–5, 14, 16–17, 19–20)
Michael Raucheisen (1945-01-23) (tracks 6, 8–9, 11–13)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (1944-12-11) (tracks 1, 7, 10)
baritone vocals:
Karl Wolfram (1944-12-29) (tracks 4–5, 14, 16–17, 19–20)
composer:
Max Reger (tracks 1–20)
Max Reger (1912) (track 21)
lyricist:
Otto Julius Bierbaum (Martin Möbius, German writer) (tracks 5, 10–11)
Martin Boelitz (track 21)
Richard Braungart (German writer) (tracks 14, 20)
Richard Dehmel (track 18)
Franz Evers (track 9)
Gustav Falke (tracks 6, 15–17, 19)
Franz Emanuel August Geibel (poet) (track 1)
Robert Hamerling (track 2)
Christian Morgenstern (German poet) (tracks 12–13)
Anna Ritter (track 3)
soprano vocals:
Maria Müller (track 21)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (German-born Austrian/British soprano opera) (1944-10-09) (tracks 3, 15)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (German-born Austrian/British soprano opera) (1944-11-20) (track 18)
tenor vocals:
Walther Ludwig (1943-03-24) (track 2)
Lorenz Fehenberger (1945-01-23) (tracks 6, 8–9, 11–13)
part of:
recording of:
Das kleinste Lied, op. 23 Nr. 1 (1943-03-24) (track 2)
Viola d´amour, op. 55 Nr. 11 (1944-10-09) (track 15)
Waldseligkeit, op. 62 Nr. 2 (1944-11-20) (track 18)
Am Dorfsee, op. 48 Nr. 6 (1944-12-11) (track 7)
Im April, op. 4 Nr. 4 (1944-12-11) (track 1)
Schmied Schmerz, op. 51 Nr. 6 (1944-12-11) (track 10)
Der Alte, op. 55 Nr. 15 (1944-12-29) (track 17)
Ein Paar, op. 55 Nr. 9 (1944-12-29) (track 14)
Frauenhaar, op. 37 Nr. 4 (1944-12-29) (track 5)
Gebet, op. 62 Nr. 8 (1944-12-29) (track 20)
Gute Nacht, op. 55 Nr. 13 (1944-12-29) (track 16)
Wir Zwei, op. 62 Nr. 5 (1944-12-29) (track 19)
Der Mond glüht, op. 51 Nr. 1 (1945-01-23) (track 8)
Geheimnis, op. 51 Nr. 4 (1945-01-23) (track 9)
Nachtgang, op. 51 Nr. 7 (1945-01-23) (track 11)
Weiße Tauben, op. 51 Nr. 12 (1945-01-23) (track 13)
Zwischen zwei Nächten, op. 43 Nr. 1 (1945-01-23) (track 6)

CD 9: Hans Pfitzner 1869 – 1949

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1943) (track 8)
Michael Raucheisen (1943-04-02) (track 9)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-01-21) (track 1)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-10-26) (tracks 5–6)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-11-21) (tracks 10–11)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-07) (track 3)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-11) (track 12)
Michael Raucheisen (1945-01-18) (tracks 4, 13, 15)
Michael Raucheisen (1945-01-19) (tracks 2, 7)
Michael Raucheisen (1945-01-28) (track 14)
alto vocals:
Margarete Klose (1943) (track 8)
Margarete Klose (1943-04-02) (track 9)
Emmi Leisner (1944-12-11) (track 12)
baritone vocals:
Arno Schellenberg (1944-01-21) (track 1)
Arno Schellenberg (1944-12-07) (track 3)
Hans Hotter (German operatic bass-baritone) (1945-01-18) (tracks 4, 13, 15)
Hans Hotter (German operatic bass-baritone) (1945-01-19) (tracks 2, 7)
Hans Hotter (German operatic bass-baritone) (1945-01-28) (track 14)
composer:
Hans Pfitzner (tracks 1–15)
lyricist:
Carl Hermann Busse (track 1)
Gottfried August Bürger (tracks 3–5, 10)
Richard Dehmel (track 15)
Joseph von Eichendorff (tracks 2, 9)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (tracks 11, 14)
Friedrich Lienhard (German writer) (track 8)
Friedrich Rückert (German poet) (track 13)
soprano vocals:
Erna Berger (German lyric soprano) (1944-10-26) (tracks 5–6)
tenor vocals:
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1944-11-21) (tracks 10–11)
part of:
2 Lieder, op. 19 (track 1)
5 Lieder, op. 26 (tracks 9–11)
4 Lieder, op. 29 (tracks 12–15)
5 Lieder, op. 22 (tracks 2–5)
recording of:
Abendrot, op. 24 Nr. 4 (1943) (track 8)
Nachts, op. 26 no. 2 (1943-04-02) (track 9)
Michaelskirchplatz, op. 19 no. 2 (1944-01-21) (track 1)
An die Bienen, op. 22 Nr. 5 (1944-10-26) (track 5)
Unter den Linden, op. 24 Nr. 1 (1944-10-26) (track 6)
Mailied, op. 26 Nr. 5 (1944-11-21) (track 11)
Trauerstille, op. 26 Nr. 4 (1944-11-21) (track 10)
Schön Suschen, op. 22 Nr. 3 (1944-12-07) (track 3)
Abbitte, op. 29 no. 1 (1944-12-11) (track 12)
Die Stille der Nacht, op. 29 Nr. 4 (1945-01-18) (track 15)
Gegenliebe, op. 22 Nr. 4 (1945-01-18) (track 4)
Herbsthauch, op. 29 Nr. 2 (1945-01-18) (track 13)
Gewalt der Minne, op. 24 Nr. 2 (1945-01-19) (track 7)
In Danzig, op. 22 no. 1 (1945-01-19) (track 2)
Willkommen und Abschied, op. 29 Nr. 3 (1945-01-28) (track 14)

CD 10: Richard Strauss 1864 – 1949

piano:
Michael Raucheisen (1934) (track 23)
Michael Raucheisen (1943) (track 11)
Michael Raucheisen (1944) (tracks 1–4, 7, 9, 12, 18, 22)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-07) (track 16)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-08) (tracks 5, 13–15, 19–20)
Michael Raucheisen (1944-12-11) (track 21)
Michael Raucheisen (1945) (tracks 8, 10, 17)
Michael Raucheisen (1945-02-02) (track 6)
Michael Raucheisen (1946) (track 24)
alto vocals:
Emmi Leisner (1944-12-11) (track 21)
baritone vocals:
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1943) (track 11)
Karl Schmitt-Walter (baritone) (1944) (tracks 1–4, 9)
Arno Schellenberg (1944-12-07) (track 16)
Josef Herrmann (operatic baritone) (1946) (track 24)
composer:
Richard Strauss (German composer) (tracks 5, 9–15)
Richard Strauss (German composer) (1888) (tracks 1–4)
Richard Strauss (German composer) (1894) (tracks 6–8, 22–24)
Richard Strauss (German composer) (1897 – 1898) (tracks 16–21)
lyricist:
Otto Julius Bierbaum (Martin Möbius, German writer) (tracks 9–11)
Emanuel von Bodman (track 19)
Felix Dahn (tracks 1–4)
Richard Dehmel (track 21)
Heinrich Hart (track 6)
Nikolaus Lenau (track 5)
Anton Lindner (track 20)
John Henry Mackay (tracks 7–8, 22–24)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 16–17)
soprano vocals:
Elisabeth Rethberg (1934) (track 23)
Michi Tanaka (1944) (track 22)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (German-born Austrian/British soprano opera) (1945) (tracks 8, 10, 17)
tenor vocals:
Peter Anders (German opera tenor) (1944) (tracks 7, 12)
Erich Witte (1944) (track 18)
Lorenz Fehenberger (1944-12-08) (tracks 5, 13–15, 19–20)
Walther Ludwig (1945-02-02) (track 6)
arrangements:
Befreit, op. 39 no. 4 (for voice and orchestra) (track 21)
Morgen!, op. 27 no. 4 (catch-all for unknown arrangements) (tracks 8, 22–23)
Morgen!, op. 27 no. 4 (for voice and orchestra) (tracks 8, 22–23)
part of:
5 Lieder for voice and piano (op. 39; TrV 189) (track 21)
3 Lieder for voice and piano (op. 29; TrV 172) (tracks 9–11)
4 Lieder for voice and piano (op. 27; TrV 170) (tracks 6–8, 22–24)
4 Lieder for voice and piano (op. 36; TrV 186) (tracks 16–17)
Mädchenblumen, op. 22 (TrV 153) (tracks 1–4)
5 Lieder for voice and piano (op. 32; TrV 174) (tracks 12–15)
6 Lieder for voice and piano (op. 37; TrV 187) (tracks 18–20)
recording of:
Morgen!, op. 27 no. 4 (for voice and piano) (1934) (track 23)
Nachtgang, op. 29 no. 3 (1943) (track 11)
Glückes genug, op. 37 no. 1 (1944) (track 18)
Morgen!, op. 27 no. 4 (for voice and piano) (1944) (track 22)
Für fünfzehn Pfennige, op. 36 no. 2 (1944-12-07) (track 16)
Herr Lenz, op. 37 no. 5 (1944-12-08) (track 19)
Himmelsboten, op. 32 no. 5 (1944-12-08) (track 15)
Hochzeitlich Lied, op. 37 no. 6 (1944-12-08) (track 20)
Liebeshymnus, op. 32 no. 3 (1944-12-08) (track 13)
O süßer Mai, op. 32 no. 4 (1944-12-08) (track 14)
Wärst du mein, op. 26 (1944-12-08) (track 5)
Befreit, op. 39 no. 4 (for voice and piano) (1944-12-11) (track 21)
Hat gesagt, bleibt's nicht dabei, op. 36 no. 3 (for voice and piano) (1945) (track 17)
Morgen!, op. 27 no. 4 (for voice and piano) (1945) (track 8)
Cäcilie (op. 27 no. 2; TrV 170 no. 2) (1945-02-02) (track 6)