- 4 Refrainlieder, Op. 95, D. 866: No. 2. Bei Dir allein $0.99 on iTunes
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- Suleika I (Was bedeutet die Bewegung), Op. 14, No. 1, D. 720 $0.99 on iTunes
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- Heimliches Lieben, D. 922 $0.99 on iTunes
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Notes & Reviews:
International Record Review, May 2012
Tilling is a Swedish singer whose enchanting soprano voice and acute musical intelligence are both admirably deployed in this well-chosen selection...The opening song of the recital is the lively, exhilarating 'Bei dir allein!'...Tilling negotiates it without strain and sings it with delightful spontaneity...This is a lovely disc, a treat for all lovers of Schubert's songs.
Gramophone Magazine, July 2012
The al fresco exuberance of 'Bei dir allein' gets this recital off to a delectable start: Camilla Tilling's vernal tone is fresh and smiling, her phrasing both shapely and feurig, as Schubert demands, her response to mood and harmony vivid...Tilling's tonal radiance and free-soaring top notes are priceless assets...a Schubert recital of rare pedigree.
Sunday Times, 8th April 2012
Above all, Tilling is versatile and protean...Her soprano sounds peachier than ever, her diction is clear and her musical instincts are immaculate. This lovely singing is underpinned by Paul Rivinius's outstanding playing of the equally important piano parts. A must for Schubertians.
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