Eichenberger / Kagawa – Danza de la vida

Artists: Duo Jürg Eichenberger-Eriko Kagawa

Title: Danza de la Vida

Catalogue No.: SM 278

Release: 02.03.2018


José Bragato and Jürg Eichenberger became close friends when Eichenbergers chamber music ensemble Chamber Soloists Lucerne went on a tour of South America in the summer of 2004. Bragato’s tango Graciela y Buenos Aires is a musical testimony to this love story. As a gesture of gratitude for the invitation, José Bragato then gave him some of his own compositions and exclusive arrangements, including some for cello and piano. danza de la vida is the first compilation of some of these pieces on CD.

The pianist Eriko Kagawa and Jürg Eichenberger have been working together for decades and spent a long time planning a recording of Bragato’s tango Graciela y Buenos Aires and his arrangements of Piazzolla. A conversation with Eriko’s husband, Daniel Fueter, led to the idea of juxtaposing these pieces in all their brilliance with a different, yet fitting kind of music. The name Erik Satie soon sprang to his mind. Daniel Fueter wrote E.S. — eine Hommage (E.S. — an homage) for us. He arranged Satie’s piano pieces for cello and piano and titled the collection “kleine Festschrift zum 150. Geburtstag Erik Saties in 4 Kapiteln” (a little anniversary volume marking Erik Satie’s 150th birthday in four chapters). Erik Satie was born in 1866; Fueter’s arrangements were written in the summer of 2016.

danza de la vida is intended as a tribute to José Bragato, who knew of their plans. He died at a ripe old age shortly before Eichenberger and Kagawa recorded his music. We fondly remembered this great musician and friend during the course of the project.


Track Individual Titel Duration Composer
1 Introducción al Angel 3:49 Bragato/Piazzolla
2 Milonga del Angel 4:28 Bragato/Piazzolla
3 La muerte del Angel 4:03 Bragato/Piazzolla
Chapter 1 – Satie
4 Prélude 0:16 Erik Satie
5 Valse-Ballet 2:21 Erik Satie
6 Caresse 1:54 Erik Satie
7 Le Piccadilly (Marche) 1:34 Erik Satie
8 Graciela y Buenos Aires 7:25 José Bragato
9 Oblivion 4:25 Bragato/Piazzolla
Chapter 3 – Satie
10 Premier Nocturne 2:42 Erik Satie
11 Deuxième Nocturne 1:47 Erik Satie
12 Troisième Noctuurne 2:39 Erik Satie
13 Adiós Nonino 5:56 Bragato/Piazzolla
Chapter 2 – Satie
14 Fâcheux Exemple 0:48 Erik Satie
15 Exercice (1) 1:13 Erik Satie
16 Exercice (2) 1:01 Erik Satie
17 Exercice (3) 1:09 Erik Satie
18 Exercice (4) 0:19 Erik Satie
19 Resurrección del Angel 5:49 Bragato/Piazzolla
Chapter 4 – Satie
Le Piége de Méduse
20 Quadrille 0:43 Erik Satie
21 Valse 0:38 Erik Satie
22 Pas vite 0:40 Erik Satie
23 Mazurka 0:38 Erik Satie
24 Un peu vif 0:14 Erik Satie
25 Polka 0:25 Erik Satie
26 Quadrille 0:53 Erik Satie
27 Le Grand Tango 10:44 Astor Piazzolla

Marlis Petersen: Dimensionen – Welt (Dimensions – World)

Artists: Marlis Petersen

Stephan Matthias Lademann

Title: Dimensionen – Welt

Catalogue No.: SM 274

Release: 03.11.2017


In the first part “world” of their new “dimensions” trilogy Marlis Petersen and Stephan Matthias Lademann make a journey through 100 years of musical romanticism – an epoch in which natural images of various kinds play a central role as the projection and reflection surface of human feelings and longings. We can hear compositions by Franz Schubert, Clara and Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Richard Wagner, Sigurd von Koch and Hans Sommer, who are concerned with the themes of “heaven and earth”, “man and nature”, “lot and knowledge” and “hope and longing “.

Marlis Petersen is a lyrical soprano, touring worldwide since 2003. Everybody knows her as Alban Berg’s heroine Lulu, which she presented in ten different productions worldwide, most recently at the Bavarian State Opera (just released on DVD) and Metropolitan Opera. The magazine “opernwelt” has already honored her for the third time with the title “Singer of the Year”. In January 2017 she was part of the great Elbphilharmonie-opening with Jörg Widmann’s “Arche” under the direction of Kent Nagano. Marlis Petersen has been dedicated to the genre “Lied” for several years.


Himmel und Erde
1 Himmel und Erde 1:49
2 Cora an die Sonne 2:03
3 An die untergehende Sonne 6:18
4 Herbstabend 3:02
5 Die Mutter Erde 3:48
Mensch und Natur
6 Naturgenuss, D 188 2:43
7 Die Hütte 2:50
8 Die Berge, D 634 2:17
9 Juchhe 2:27
10 Des Sennen Abschied, op. 79 2:10
11 Dämmrung senkte sich von oben 3:52
Los und Erkenntnis
12 Gesang des Lebens 2:21
13 Der Strom, der neben mir verrauschte 1:14
14 Serenade op. 70 (Vier Gesänge) no. 3 1:34
15 Das Los des Menschen 3:19
16 Sehnsucht op. 51 2:18
17 Stehe still 3:34
Hoffnung und Sehnsucht
18 Am See 2:05
19 Mein Stern 2:06
20 Feldeinsamkeit 2:57
21 Mondnacht 3:48
22 Erinnerung 1:51

Mischa Greull – From Beethoven to Present

Artists: Mischa Greull

Title: From Beethoven to Present

Catalogue No.: SM268

Release: 21.10.2017


Horn sounds from Beethoven to the present

The horn player Mischa Greull is a versatile chamber musician, soloist and teacher. In addition to his worldwide concert activities, Mischa Greull is a professor at the Zurich University of the Arts. He connects with Brahms deeply. During his childhood, the Brahmshaus in Rüschlikon on Lake Zurich was the residence of his grandparents. Beethoven stands for sound transparency, while Schumann’s Opus 70 is dedicated to sound fusion. Jörg Widmann is, in comparision to the three old masters, Greull’s latest discovery.

Seung-Yeun Huh, born in Seoul, Korea, is one of the leading pianists of her country, a trained cultural manager and vice-rector at the Conservatory of Music in Zurich. Numerous concerts as a soloist with renowned conductors and orchestras have led her into numerous international concert halls.

Andreas Janke, the first concertmaster of the Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, began an active international concert activity early on. Since 2013 he has also been Professor of Violin at the Zurich University of the Arts. Andreas Janke plays a violin by Carlo Bergonzi “Hozier, Andrews” 1733-39.


Sonate für Klavier und Horn, op. 17 15:53
1 Allegro moderato 9:01
2 Poco Adagio, quasi Andante 1:47
3 Rondo, Allegro moderato 5:04
Adagio und Allegro As-Dur, op. 70 für Horn und Klavier 8:50
4 Langsam, mit innigem Ausdruck, Adagio 4:01
5 Rasch und feurig, Allegro con brio 4:48
Air für Horn solo 8:28
6 Air für Horn solo 8:28
Trio Es-Dur, op. 40 für Horn, Violine und Klavier 28:37
7 Andante, poco piu animato 7:35
8 Scherzo, Allegro 7:14
9 Adagio mesto 7:29
10 Finale, Allegro con brio 6:18
Total 62:04

Vesselina Kasarova – Henri Marteau: Lieder

Title: Henri Marteau: Lieder

Catalogue No.: SM 263

Release: 13.10.2017


The two song cycles Opus 19c and Opus 28:
“Composed during the period of protective custody between 1915 and 1917”, Henri Marteau notes on the cover of the sketches for the cycle Opus 19c. He originally wrote the eight songs “… pour chant avec accompagnement de quatuor d’instruments à archets”, but then asks the Bulgarian composer Pantcho Wladigueroff, who is born in Zurich, for an arrangement for piano and voice. The poems which he carefully sets to music are by Sully Prudhomme and François Coppé, and they depict the vivid and symbolical nature and the rain, the Bretagne, the sea and the pretty grisettes who visit their lovers after work. The musical language of Marteau is poetic, atmospheric, most of the songs are at a slow pace, the moods are cloudy and in minor.
In the eight songs with piano accompaniment of Opus 28, on the other hand, Marteau sets to music German poems by Hölderlin, Otto Julius Bierbaum, Emanuel Geibel, Martin Greif and the Romanian queen of German descent, who wrote under the pseudonym Carmen Sylva. The songs are shorter, the harmonies more compact, the tempi more fluid and the basic mood is now major.
Vesselina Kasarova has worked together with such renowned conductors as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Sir Colin Davis, Pinchas Steinberg, Donald Runnicles, Daniel Barenboim, Fabio Luisi, Riccardo Muti, Seiji Ozawa, Sir Roger Norrington, Ivor Bolton, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Zubin Mehta, Andris Nelsons, Vladimir Fedosejew, Sir John Eliot Gardiner and many more. She has given concerts and recitals throughout Europe, the USA and Japan. The Pianist Galina Vracheva is among a handful of pianists who master the art of classicalimprovisation. Her improvised cadenzas in piano concertos from Mozart to Rachmaninov and her instant compositions on themes spontaneously suggested are the delight of her audiences in concert halls worldwide.Marteau’s daughter Raymonde Linsmayer told the first artistic director of Haus Marteau, Prof. Dr. Günther Weiß, many years ago that there is a recording of the five “Schilflieder” for baritone with piano and obligatory viola op. 31, sung by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. These recordings are preserved by the sound archive of the Norddeutscher Rundfunk, which has kindly agreed to a release.


* 8 Mélodies pour chant avec accompagnement de piano“ op. 19c 22:12
1 Pluie 2:45
2 A Douarnenez en Bretagne 2:39
3 Ritournelle 3:09
4 Matin d’Octobre 2:06
5 Chanson de mer 2:09
6 Vitrail 3:51
7 Pietié des choses 3:40
8 Dans la rue, le soir 1:47
** Acht Gesänge mit Klavierbegleitung op. 28 20:45
9 Nr. 1 Stille Fahrt 2:53
10 Nr. 2 Die Eichbäume 2:15
11 Nr. 3 Abendlied 2:11
12 Nr. 4 Empor! 1:43
13 Nr. 5 Gipfelndes Glück 1:15
14 Nr. 6 Regenlied 4:53
15 Nr. 7 Hütet Euch 1:30
16 Nr. 8 Liebesnacht 4:09
*** Fünf Schilflieder für Bariton mit Begleitung des Klaviers & obl. Bratsche 10:14
17 Sehr getragen “Drüben ging die Sonne scheiden” 3:01
18 Stürmisch, doch nicht hastig “Trübe wird’s, die Wolken jagen” 1:05
19 Andante con moto “Auf geheimen Waldespfaden” 2:04
20 Allegro agitato “Sonnenuntergang” 1:31
21 Andante molto Sostenuto “Auf dem Teich” 2:34
Total Running Time 53:11

Arta Arnicane – Aqua

Artists: Arta Arnicane

Title: Aqua

Catalogue No.: SM 262

Release: 09.06.2017


Water, in all its myriad of moods. Just imagine…
…the sea, waves reflecting the shimmering silver and gold of the sun’s rays; a babbling brook, its bed bejewelled with iridescent stones; deep water radiating a soft, serene, blue light; raindrops falling from a pallid sky like tears shed by a heart rent with sorrow…
The young Latvian pianist, Arta Arnicane, lends all this to your grand piano. With works by Chopin, Debussy, Grieg, Liszt and Ravel as well as Berio, Ķepītis and Žilinskis and more.
Communication with the audience, as well as talent for creating a special concert atmosphere have taken the young Latvian pianist Arta Arnicane to a large variety of performance venues across the world. Her quality of winning listeners’ full attention, combined with the warmth and intelligence of her programmes and interpretations, allows her to fascinate both small gatherings and large audiences in concert halls such as the Rudolfinum, Prague and the Zurich Tonhalle.


Track Individual Titel Duration
1 Près de la mer (Pie jūras) 5:02
2 Jeux d’eau 5:37
3 By the Stream (Pie strauta) 1:31
4 Barcarole 3:26
5 Une barque sur l’océan from “Miroirs” 8:10
6 Silver Rain was falling – folk song arrangement (Sidrabiņa lietiņš lija) 0:46
7 Au bord d’une source 3:42
8 Waterfall of Pērse (Pērses ūdenskritums) 2:08
9 Song of the Waves (Viļņu dziesma) 3:26
10 Reflets dans l’eau from “Images I” 5:43
11 Poissons d’or from “Images II” 3:52
12 Wasserklavier 2:56
13 Brooklet from “Lyrical Pieces” Op.62 No.4 1:39
14 La cathédrale engloutie 6:18
15 Barcarole (Auf dem Wasser zu Singen) 4:23
16 Raindrop Prelude Op.28 No.15 in D flat major 5:45

La Scintilla dei Fiati – Die Entführung aus dem Serail

Title: Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Bearbeitung für Harmoniemusik

Catalogue No.: SM 244

Release: 22.07.2016


A letter from Mozart to his father in July 1782, four days after the successful first performance of Die Entführung aus dem Serail, attests to Mozart’s serious attempts to share in the lucrative yet highly-competitive market for Harmoniemusik arrangements. A furore was caused in 1977 by the discovery of a corresponding Harmoniemusik in the collections of the Schwarzenberg Chapel in Bohemia’s Český Krumlov, which in fact turned out to be the work of Johann Went, a former Schwarzenberg court musician, at that time second oboist of the Kaiserlichen Harmonie. In all probability, Went was that rival so feared by Mozart. However, the most exciting – and in some respects still puzzling – discovery in this connection so far fell ultimately to the conductor and researcher of Harmoniemusik, Bastiaan Blomhert. In 1984 he came across an unusually interesting and superior arrangement in the Princely Fürstenberg Archive in Donaueschingen. An inventory dated 1827 attributes the surviving set of handwritten parts of the Harmoniemusik to the Donaueschingen oboist and arranger Franz Joseph Rosinack. However, doubts that this version of the Entführungcould really have been penned by a musician of somewhat parochial proficiency were soon justified. Two further versions of Mozart operas ascribed to Rosinack – The Marriage of Figaroand The Magic Flute– written by the same copyists on paper unusual for Donaueschingen, proved in the case of Figaroto be the work of Johann Went, and in the case of TheMagic Flutethat of the no less well-known arranger, Joseph Heydenreich. Blomhert’s exhaustive comparison with the working methods of other important arrangers of the time did not reveal any compelling correlations, and his hunch – that the Donaueschingen Harmoniemusik of the Entführungaus dem Serailwas probably a transcript of the lost Mozart arrangement – has since achieved broad consensus amongst researchers.
The wind ensemble “La Scintilla dei Fiati” is composed of members of the “Orchestra La Scintilla” at the Zurich Opera.


1 Ouvertüre 3:48
2 Nr.1: “Hier soll ich dich denn sehen” 2:00
3 Nr.2: “Solche hergelauf’ne Laffen” 3:43
4 Nr.3: “O wie ängstlich” 2:43
5 Nr.4: “Doch wie schnell schwand meine Freude” 3:19
6 Nr.5: “Durch Zärtlichkeit und Schmeicheln” 2:45
7 Nr.6: “Ich gehe, doch rate ich dir” 2:40
8 Nr.7: “Martern aller Arten” 8:44
9 Nr.8: “Welche Wonne, welche Lust” 2:21
10 Nr.9: “Frisch zum Kampfe!” 2:43
11 Nr.10: “Vivat Bacchus! Bacchus lebe!” 1:54
12 Nr.11: “Wenn der Freude Tränen fließen” 3:38
13 Nr.12: “Ach Belmonte!” 2:41
14 Nr.13: “Ich baue ganz auf Deine Stärke” 4:44
15 Nr.14: “O, wie will ich triumphieren” 2:53
16 Nr 15: “Welch ein Geschick! o Qual der Seele!” 7:02
17 Nr.16: Finale 1:57

Sinfonieorchester Basel – Igor Strawinsky – “Pétrouchka

Title: Igor Strawinsky – “Pétrouchka (Originalversion from 1911)” – Version for Orchestra and for Piano Four Hands

Catalogue No.: SOB11

Release: 03.06.2016


<Pétrouchka> is the last CD of the Stravinsky trilogy of the Sinfonieorchester Basel under its principal conductor Dennis Russell Davies. Thus, the orchestra has recorded all three major ballets by Igor Stravinsky – each in a version for orchestra and for piano duet.

Originally planned as a Piano Concerto, Stravinsky rewrote the music about the Russian carnival figure Petrushka into a ballet, following an idea of ballet impresario Sergei Diaghilev. When the oevre was performed on 13 June 1911 at the Théâtre du Châtelet, it was almost unanimously hailed as a fascinating synthesis of the art of music, dance and painting, and a milestone in the development of a genuinely modern ballet. Parallel to the orchestra score Stravinsky created a piano version; primarily used for studies and rehearsals. Recently, however, also the four-hand piano version gained increasing popularity in the concert hall.

Dennis Russell Davies is since 2009 chief conductor of the Sinfonieorchester Basel. In addition to numerous other recordings the Stravinsky trilogy originated under his conductorship. Dennis Russell Davies recorded all three Stravinsky piano versions  with his partner Maki Namekawa.


Pétrouchka (orchestral version)
I  Fete poulaire 5:53
Le Tour de Passe-Passe 1:41
Danse Russe 2:55
II  Chez Pétrouchka 4:33
III Chez le Maure 3:04
Danse de la Balerine 0:43
Valse 2:12
Le Maure et la Bellerine/Apparition de Pétrouchka 1:01
IV Fete populaire de Semaine Grasse 1:09
Danse des Nounous 5:02
Danse des Cochers et de Palefreniers 2:04
Les Deguises 5:23
Pétrouchka (piano version)
I  Fete poulaire 5:56
Le Tour de Passe-Passe 2:14
Danse Russe 3:09
II  Chez Pétrouchka 4:49
III Chez le Maure 3:03
Danse de la Balerine 0:45
Valse 2:13
Le Maure et la Bellerine/Apparition de Pétrouchka 1:11
IV Fete populaire de Semaine Grasse 1:25
Danse des Nounous 5:55
Danse des Cochers et de Palefreniers 2:19
Les Deguises 5:51

Thomas Ragossnig – J.S. Bach: Inventionen und Sinfonien

Artists: Thomas Ragossnig

Title: J.S. Bach: Inventionen und Sinfonien BWV 772-801

Catalogue No.: SM 236

Release: 29.04.2016


Why a recording of Bach’s Inventions and Sinfonias in altered order?

The 1723 fair copy of both the Inventions and the Sinfonias has the keys ordered according to the ascending scale (C major / C minor; D major / D minor etc.). There is however no compelling reason to perform them that way; there are musically more meaningful and attractive sequences.
Thomas Ragossnig presents one of them on this CD for the first time. He mixes the Inventions and Sinfonias in the same key and performs them in groups of two or four.

The result is a musically exciting sequence of Inventions and Sinfonias that gives the listener the opportunity to linger longer in each key, as in a Baroque suite.

Thomas Ragossnig zestfully interprets the various musical affections in these miniatures, so that these complex works function as a musically meaningful and stimulating cycle and not only as “contrapuntal references”.


1 Inventio 1 C-Dur, BWV 772 1:16 Johann Sebastian Bach
2 Inventio 2 c-moll, BWV 773 2:07 Johann Sebastian Bach
3 Sinfonia 1 C-Dur, BWV 787 1:10 Johann Sebastian Bach
4 Sinfonia 2 c-moll, BWV 788 2:05 Johann Sebastian Bach
5 Sinfonia 8 F-Dur, BWV 794 1:14 Johann Sebastian Bach
6 Inventio 9 f-moll, BWV 789 2:08 Johann Sebastian Bach
7 Sinfonia 9 f-moll, BWV 795 3:20 Johann Sebastian Bach
8 Inventio 8 F-Dur, BWV 779 1:00 Johann Sebastian Bach
9 Inventio 14 B-Dur, BWV 785 1:31 Johann Sebastian Bach
10 Sinfonia 14 B-Dur, BWV 800 2:01 Johann Sebastian Bach
11 Inventio 5 Es-Dur, BWV 776 1:39 Johann Sebastian Bach
12 Sinfonia 5 Es-Dur, BWV 791 3:13 Johann Sebastian Bach
13 Inventio 11 g-moll, BWV 782 1:48 Johann Sebastian Bach
14 Sinfonia 10 G-Dur, BWV 796 1:09 Johann Sebastian Bach
15 Sinfonia 11 g-moll, BWV 797 2:30 Johann Sebastian Bach
16 Inventio 10 G-Dur, BWV 781 0:56 Johann Sebastian Bach
17 Inventio 3 D-Dur, BWV 774 1:07 Johann Sebastian Bach
18 Sinfonia 3 D-Dur, BWV 789 1:17 Johann Sebastian Bach
19 Inventio 4 d-moll, BWV 775 0:55 Johann Sebastian Bach
20 Sinfonia 4 d-moll, BWV 790 1:52 Johann Sebastian Bach
21 Sinfonia 12 A-Dur, BWV 798 1:32 Johann Sebastian Bach
22 Sinfonia 13 a-moll, BWV 799 1:53 Johann Sebastian Bach
23 Inventio 13 a-moll, BWV 784 1:06 Johann Sebastian Bach
24 Inventio 12 A-Dur, BWV 783 1:22 Johann Sebastian Bach
25 Inventio 7 e-moll, BWV 778 1:42 Johann Sebastian Bach
26 Sinfonia 6 E-Dur, BWV 792 1:26 Johann Sebastian Bach
27 Sinfonia 7 e-moll, BWV 793 2:37 Johann Sebastian Bach
28 Inventio 6 E-Dur, BWV 777 3:23 Johann Sebastian Bach
29 Inventio 15 h-moll, BWV 786 1:13 Johann Sebastian Bach
30 Sinfonia 15 h-moll, BWV 801 1:27 Johann Sebastian Bach

Sinfonieorchester Basel – L’Oiseau de feu

Title: L’Oiseau de feu

Catalogue No.: SOB10

Release: 29.01.2016


The new double CD album by the Sinfonieorchester Basel features the 2nd of Igor Stravinsky’s great ballets. After Le Sacre du printemps, the orchestra recorded L’Oiseau de feu.

All of the three ballets will be presented in the version for orchestra as well as in the version for piano four hands. Unlike for Sacre and Pétrouchka, for L’Oiseau de feu there is no piano arrangement for four hands by Stravinsky himself. Dennis Russell Davies, Principal Conductor of the Sinfonieorchester Basel and pianist has therefore arranged a version for piano four hands – exclusively for this production. The new arrangement is based on the original piano arrangement for two hands by Stravinsky, which is kept in the Paul Sacher Foundation in Basel. Dennis Russell Davies has recorded the arrangement together with his wife Maki Namekawa.

The piano version opens up new perspectives on the orchestra version of L’Oiseau de feu and underlines the compositional value of Stravinsky’s creation.


Igor Stravinsky

“L’Oiseau de feu” (The Firebird)

– Version for Orchestra
Sinfonieorchester Basel

– Version for Piano Four Hands
Dennis Russell DaviesMaki Namekawa

Linard Bardill – Millistrade

Titel: Millistrade

Katalog Nr.: SOB09

Veröffentlichung: 19.06.2015



Der Liederer, Geschichtenerzähler, Autor und Musiker Linard Bardill singt und schreibt in Schweizerdeutsch, Deutsch und Rätoromanisch, für Kinder und Erwachsene. Für seine Musik erhielt der Bündner den Deutschen Kleinkunstpreis und den Salzburger Stier, für seine CD „Tanz auf den Feldern“ und „Caffe Caflisch“ den Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik. Bardill lotet musikalische und thematische Grenzen aus, so auf seiner neuen Produktion mit dem Sinfonieorchester Basel. Das Sinfonieorchester Basel ist eines der ältesten und zugleich innovativsten Orchester der Schweiz. Chefdirigent ist seit 2009 der renommierte amerikanische Dirigent und Pianist Dennis Russell Davies. Musikalisches Singspiel von Marius Felix Lange und Linard Bardill erzählt von Carol. Sie hat 1000 Wünsche. Sie möchte fliegen, unter Wasser atmen durch Wände gehen. Der Narr Millistrade verspricht ihr alle Wünsche zu erfüllen, wenn sie ihm dafür ihren Schlaf verkauft. Bald merkt Carol, dass sie nicht mehr zurück kann. Im Reich des Wasserkönigs Aquatinta kommt es zum Showdown, Traum oder Wirklichkeit, Schlaf oder Erwachen.


Millistrade – Musikalisches Singspiel von Marius Felix Lange und Linard Bardill
Sinfonieorchester Basel – Thomas Herzog, Leitung
Natasha Secrist singt Carol – Linard Bardill, Erzähler1. Einleitung 00:56
2. Ohne Grenzen träumen (Lied) 02:26
3. Fasnachtsmusik 01:25
4. Carol trifft Millistrade 04:33
5. Ich will fliegen! (Lied) 03:30
6. Rosa Gärten aus Kristall (Lied) 02:24
7. Flucht vor den Aufweckvögeln 00:59
8. Unter Wasser 01:19
9. Unter Wasser möcht ich leben (Lied) 01:42
10. Die Stadt und der Palast des Wasserkönigs 03:58
11. Ich will schön sein (Lied) 02:02
12. Gefangen! 05:51
13. Öder Traum (Lied) 05:24
14. Millistrade! 01:54
15. Befreit! 00:47
16. Schlafen und erwachen (Lied) 02:32

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