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Hope@Home - Aliya Vodovozova (flute); Christoph Israel (piano); Daniel Hope (violin); Iris Berben; Jacques Ammon (piano); Joy Denalane (vocals); Matthias Goerne (baritone); Max Herre (vocals); Max Raabe (vocals); Michael Metzler (percussion); Sebastian Knauer (piano)
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  1. Autumn Leaves (Les feuilles mortes), for voice & piano
  2. La vie en rose, song
  3. This Bitter Earth (Clyde Otis) / On the Nature of Daylight (Max Richter)
  4. Irgendwo auf der Welt (from the film Der blonde Traum)
  5. An die Musik ("Du holde Kunst..."), song for voice & piano, D. 547 (Op. 88/4)
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  1. Autumn Leaves (Les feuilles mortes), for voice & piano
  2. La vie en rose, song
  3. This Bitter Earth (Clyde Otis) / On the Nature of Daylight (Max Richter)
  4. Irgendwo auf der Welt (from the film Der blonde Traum)
  5. An die Musik ("Du holde Kunst..."), song for voice & piano, D. 547 (Op. 88/4)
  6. Larghetto for violin & piano (transcription from Weber's Violin Sonata in F major, Op. 10/1)
  7. Youkali, tango habañera for voice & piano
  8. The Godfather Waltz
  9. Gnossienne for piano No. 1
  10. America the Beautiful (original title "Materna")
  11. Moon River (for the film Breakfast at Tiffany's)
  12. Hijo de la Luna
  13. Somewhere Over the Rainbow (for the film The Wizard of Oz)
  14. Après un rêve ("Dans un sommeil"), song for voice & piano, Op. 7/1
  15. Berlin - Tel Aviv, for reciter, vocals, violin & piano
  16. Vocalise, instrumental arrangement, Op. 34/14
  17. Summertime, song (from Porgy and Bess, opera)
  18. Wie rafft ich mich auf in der Nacht, song for voice & piano, Op. 32/1
  19. Siete canciones populares española (7 Popular Spanish Songs), for voice & piano, G. 40: Asturiana / If
  20. Never on Sunday, song
  21. Lost in the Stars, song for voice & piano (from Lost in the Stars)
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It's not entirely clear where Daniel Hope's 2020 album [email protected] was recorded: the location, except for one track recorded at the Frauenkirche in Dresden, is given merely as "Berlin." If it was indeed recorded at the violinist's home, he has a space with an unusually live acoustic that is somewhat at odds with the impression of intimacy that he seeks to convey. That's one of the few complaints here, however, for Hope has, in many ways, made a virtue of necessity. His program is built around a long list of guests, as if in ...

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