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00:00:00 Lieder Ohne Worte “Frühlingslied” Op. 62,6, Allegretto grazioso – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:02:57 Lieder Ohne Worte “Venetianisches Gondellied” Op. 62, 5 ,Andante con moto – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:06:07 Lieder Ohne Worte Op. 19, 1 , Andante con moto – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:09:59 Lieder Ohne Worte Op. 19, 4 , Moderato – Edoardo Brugnoli

00:11:56 Lieder Ohne Worte “Venetianisches Gondellied” Op. 19 , 6 , Andante sostenuto – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:14:44 Lieder Ohne Worte Op. 102 , 3 , Presto – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:15:58 Sechs Kinderstücke Op. 72 , 1 , Allegro ma non troppo – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:17:01 Sechs Kinderstücke Op. 72 , 2 , Andante sostenuto – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:18:32 Sechs Kinderstücke Op. 72 , 3 , Allegretto – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:19:53 Sechs Kinderstücke Op. 72 , 4 , Andante con moto – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:21:25 Sechs Kinderstücke Op. 72 , 5 , Allegro assai – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:23:12 Sechs Kinderstücke Op. 72 , 6 , Vivace- Edoardo Brugnoli 00:25:09 MWV U 165 , Andante – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:27:04 MWV U 167 , Sostenuto – Edoardo Brugnoli

00:29:27 6 Preludes And Fugues Op. 35 , Prelude No.1 , Allegro con fuoco – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:31:29 6 Preludes And Fugues Op. 35 , Fugue No.2 , Tranquillo e sempre legato – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:34:24 6 Preludes And Fugues Op. 35 , Prelude No.5 , Andante lento – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:38:18 Lieder Ohne Worte “Spinnerlied” Op. 67 , 4 , Presto – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:40:16 Lieder Ohne Worte “Venetianisches Gondellied” Op. 30 , 6 , Allegretto tranquillo – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:43:17 Lieder Ohne Worte Op. 53 , 1 , Andante con moto – Aldo Roberto Pessolano

00:46:55 Lieder Ohne Worte Op. 38 , 4 , Andante – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:49:28 Lieder Ohne Worte “Duetto” Op. 38 , 6 , Andante con moto – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 00:52:29 Albumblatt für Ottilie van Goethe MWV U 75 , Andante con moto – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:55:24 Lied aus Fanny Hensels Noten-Album MWV U 68 , Espressivo ed allegro – Grave – Edoardo Brugnoli 00:57:40 3 Fantaisies Op. 16 , 1 , Andante con moto – Allegro vivace – Tempo dell’Andante – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 01:02:19 3 Fantaisies Op. 16 , 3 , Andante – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 01:06:38 3 Preludes Op. 104a , 2 , Allegro agitato – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 01:08:25 7 Charakterstücke Op. 7 , 1 , Andante – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 01:11:12 7 Charakterstücke Op. 7 , 6 , Andante – Aldo Roberto Pessolano 01:13:59 Rondo Capriccioso Op. 14 , Andante – Presto leggiero – Edoardo Brugnoli 01:20:59 2 Klavierstücke WoO 19 , 1 , Andante cantabile – Edoardo Brugnoli 01:24:00 2 Klavierstücke WoO 19 , 2 , Presto agitato – Aldo Roberto Pessolano

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Who was Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy?

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, born on February 3, 1809, in Hamburg, Germany, was a prodigious composer, pianist, and conductor of the Romantic era. Coming from a wealthy and culturally influential family, Mendelssohn was introduced to music at an early age and displayed exceptional talent. His grandfather, Moses Mendelssohn, was a renowned philosopher, while his father, Abraham, was a banker.

Recognizing his musical gifts, Mendelssohn’s parents provided him with a comprehensive education in music, languages, literature, and the arts. He received piano lessons from his mother and studied composition under the tutelage of Carl Friedrich Zelter, a prominent musician and friend of the family. Mendelssohn’s musical abilities flourished rapidly, and he began composing and performing publicly in his early teens.

In 1829, at the age of 20, Mendelssohn conducted a revival performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “St. Matthew Passion,” which had been largely forgotten at the time. This monumental event sparked a widespread revival of interest in Bach’s music and firmly established Mendelssohn as a leading figure in the musical world. Throughout his career, Mendelssohn composed a diverse range of works, including symphonies, concertos, chamber music, oratorios, and choral compositions.

His compositions, often characterized by their lyrical melodies, rich harmonies, and expressive qualities, exemplified the Romantic spirit. Mendelssohn’s best-known works include his “Violin Concerto in E minor,” the “Hebrides Overture” (also known as “Fingal’s Cave”), and his “Italian Symphony.” He also composed the incidental music for William Shakespeare’s play “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” which features the famous “Wedding March” that is still played at weddings to this day. In addition to his compositional prowess, Mendelssohn was an accomplished conductor.

He served as the music director of the Gewandhaus Orchestra in Leipzig, Germany, from 1835 until his death. Under his leadership, the orchestra achieved great acclaim and became one of the finest in Europe. Tragically, Mendelssohn’s life was cut short.

He suffered from poor health throughout his later years and died at the age of 38 on November 4, 1847. Despite his relatively short life, Mendelssohn’s contributions to music were immense. His compositions continue to captivate audiences with their beauty, elegance, and emotional depth, ensuring his enduring legacy as one of the most important composers of the Romantic era.

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