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John Heuzenroeder sings Mozart


John Heuzenroeder sings Mozart : Winner of the 1996 City of Melbourne Song Recital Award

  • Published by Move Records [MD3186] — 1 CD
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John Heuzenroeder's winning performance was described by the judges "as one which struck them as having a most unusual sense of style — a performance you know you will long remember."

On this disc John's beautiful tenor voice floats through a selection of both well-known and rarely heard Mozart lieder. Joined by consummate pianist and seasoned opera repetiteur, Jennifer Martin-Smith, John sensitively interprets the full joy of life and nature inherent in these Mozart songs.


Track Listing

An die Freude, KV53/47e
"Wie Unglücklich bin ich nit" KV147/125
"Oiseaux, si tous les ans" KV307/284d
"Dans un bois solitaire" KV308/295b
Lied der Freiheit
Der Verschweigung
Das Lied der Trennung KV519
Lied zur Gesellenreise KV468
"Verdankt sei es dem Glanz" KV392/340a
"Sei du mein Trost" KV391/340b
"Ich würd' auf meinem Pfad" KV390/340c
Des Kleinen Friedrichs Geburstag KV529
Das Traumbild KV530
Das Veilchen KV476
Die Zufriedenheit KV473
Die Betrogene Welt
"Abendempfingung an Laura" KV523
An Chloe KV524
Warnung KV433
Der Frühling KV597
Das Kinderspiel KV598


Press Quotes

“... this recital ... reveals a voice of intoxicating sweetness used with skill ... commands attention among illustrious peers.”

Sunday Herald Sun

“This disc is highly successful and eminently enjoyable to listen to ... This disc is a must for all music lovers.”

The Lieder Society of Victoria

“The star of this CD is the singer himself. Heuzenroeder has a fine lyric tenor voice which makes these songs sound deceptively straightforward, navigating the higher end of the tenor range with no signs of strain. It is this masterly technique which allows him to put everything into the interpretation of the songs which come alive ... strongly recommended”

— Harriet Cunningham,

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