Sarah Pring, Chilingirian Quartet, Andrew Brownell – Ronald Corp: Letters from Lony (2019) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Sarah Pring, Chilingirian Quartet, Andrew Brownell - Ronald Corp: Letters from Lony (2019) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Sarah Pring, Chilingirian Quartet, Andrew Brownell
Album: Ronald Corp: Letters from Lony
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2019
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:07:47
Total Tracks: 22
Total Size: 1,06 GB

Tracklist:

1-01. Sarah Pring – No. 1, 13 September 1939 (01:53)
1-02. Sarah Pring – No. 1a, Lullaby (01:29)
1-03. Sarah Pring – No. 2, 28 September 1939 (02:28)
1-04. Sarah Pring – No. 3, 16 November 1939 (02:22)
1-05. Sarah Pring – No. 4, 3 December 1939 (01:36)
1-06. Sarah Pring – No. 5, 18 December 1939 (02:59)
1-07. Chilingirian Quartet – No. 5a, Interlude (01:31)
1-08. Sarah Pring – No. 6, 11 February 1940 (06:25)
1-09. Sarah Pring – No. 7, 5 May 1940 to Annemarie (03:42)
1-10. Chilingirian Quartet – No. 7a, Interlude. 10 May 1940 (01:19)
1-11. Sarah Pring – No. 8, 26 September 1940 to the Family (02:19)
1-12. Sarah Pring – No. 9, Undated, 1940 to the Family (01:37)
1-13. Sarah Pring – No. 10, Undated, Probably About 9 November 1940 to Annemarie (03:25)
1-14. Sarah Pring – No. 11, Undated, Probably Later in November 1940 to the Family (02:05)
1-15. Chilingirian Quartet – No. 11a, Interlude (02:59)
1-16. Sarah Pring – No. 12, 11 February 1941 to Peter (05:43)
1-17. Sarah Pring – No. 13, Unknown Date, Believed to be 7 December 1940 to Annemarie (02:22)
1-18. Sarah Pring – No. 14, 1 October 1941 to Bachmann (05:42)
1-19. Sarah Pring – No. 15, 6 January 1942 Card Addressed to Hans from Bachmann in Lony’s Name (02:13)
1-20. Chilingirian Quartet – No. 15a, Interlude (03:16)
1-21. Sarah Pring – No. 16, 30 December 1943, from Westerbork Camp to Josef Blum (02:58)
1-22. Sarah Pring – No. 17, 23 February 1944, from Westerbork Camp to Josef Blum (07:17)

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Letters from Lony tells the story of Leonie (‘Lony’) Rabl in her own words. A German- Jewish exile from Nazism, she ran the Café de Paris in Amsterdam, writing when she could to her daughter and family, safe in England; two further letters survive from after her deportation, on the journey that took her via Theresienstadt to Auschwitz. Ronald Corp sets Lony’s letters as accompanied arioso, all the more moving for its understatement.

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