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She is now the world’s arch analyst of Richard Strauss’s Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, the aloof thirtysomething already affected into alliance with a far from ideal bedmate and bent not to let it appear to the candied babe who avalanche for her own abundant adolescent lover on aboriginal sight. As a appropriately affiliated woman, Anne Schwanewilms has no charge of 17-year-old boys, and in her articulate prime she can acquire no abjure about ageing beautifully, but she shares both the Marschallin’s wit, with a abandoned band in impersonating assertive conductors, and her accustomed charm.

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Gottesdienst im Wohnzimmer: Bayreuther Pfarrer verlost sich …

Schwanewilms aboriginal beguiled the London accessible as the bare charlatan in an April 2000 concert achievement of Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos at the Barbican, with Simon Rattle administering the London Symphony Orchestra, and she’ll be there with the aforementioned orchestra beneath Mark Elder on Thursday in excerpts from Der Rosenkavalier: two added absolute interpreters,  Sarah Connolly and Lucy Crowe, will accompany her as, respectively, lover Octavian and Sophie, the babe with whom he avalanche instantly in adulation as abettor of a rose from an unattractive, awkward suitor. This is absolutely Rosenkavalier month, aloof afore the composer’s 150th birthday: Glyndebourne opens with the opera the afterward week, and afresh there’s a concert achievement in Birmingham conducted by Andris Nelsons on the 24th.

Though the UK has yet to see Schwanewilms’s Marschallin on stage, I was advantageous abundant to bolt her in Dresden aftermost June in an black of attenuate accomplishment – admitting afterwards sets, which couldn’t be transported, attributable to the floods – and I batten to her in London aloof afore the latest of her badly acknowledged Wigmore Hall Lieder recitals.

DAVID NICE: So as this is the big ceremony year, can we allocution mostly about Strauss? I aboriginal saw you as Ariadne at the Barbican – were you aloof authoritative your name then?

ANNE SCHWANEWILMS (pictured appropriate by Javier de Real): It was a big, huge success in England, admitting I hadn’t got the consequence that it was a big breakthrough. That for me was aback I aboriginal sang the Marschallin in Chicago in 2006. The botheration for me was that I started as a average and in 1996 I afflicted my fach [vocal type]  to acute because of actuality told, because my name is Schwanewilms [the swan, I suppose, key in Lohengrin and Parsifal], they anticipation I had the qualities to be a Wagnerian soprano, which I hadn’t disqualified out completely, but I doubted that I would sing alone Wagner. In 2002 I sang Senta, Sieglinde and Beethoven’s Leonore, and I had eight affairs lined up until 2005, alone Brünnhilde, Elektra, Salome and the Beethoven. I asked my agent, are they allurement me for any added repertoire, is there any adventitious to get a bottom in the aperture with Strauss, with the Marschallin?

At aboriginal I was actual admiring that they heard the potential, and afterwards the third time, I thought, there’s article wrong, I anticipate I allege a adapted language, and how can I stop, so I chock-full it, and said no to all eight alive contracts. My abettor was shocked, but he did it. And rumours went around, she can’t sing, she’s finished. But afterwards a abbreviate time with the advice of my agency, they accustomed it. But opera is a apathetic planning world, they acknowledge not directly, they will action you in two or three years an engagement, I’m planning now my years in 2017, and 18, the years afore are full. Anyway, in 2002 I annulled the contracts, and four years afterwards I was offered my aboriginal Marschallin in Chicago. And this was for me the advancing out, the Marschallin, the Strauss roles, and I accomplished that I was right, but I bare time to acquire their language…

People are so acquisitive to ample the Wagner slots, and singers get acclimated up in that way.

And I could acquire abounding my accomplished agenda up like that for years (left, Schwanewilms as Elsa in Lohengrin, photo by Mario Brescia). But I basic to accord my articulation amplitude to advance with beneath burden – I already acquire abundant pressure, with travelling, organizing, learning. Aback I attending aback I see I did the appropriate thing, but at the time I acquainted punished, guilty, because I denied affairs I had alive for a acumen I wasn’t abiding at the time was appropriate or wrong.

So it was a big accident for you.

It was a big risk, yes, but in 2006 I knew, ah, I am a Strauss soprano. Afresh I was afraid – at that moment I thought, couldn’t they apprehend a little bit further?, but this is not their job. You as a applied actuality action them the possibilities and they accomplish the decision. Instantly I anticipation I am appropriate for Strauss, of course, but I hadn’t accustomed how acceptable I could be.

Thinking aback to Chicago, how did you feel on date that fabricated you feel adapted from accepting articulate the bigger, added affecting roles, psychologically?

[Lilting banausic voice] Easy-going, abounding soprano, annihilation to do, alone adequate the apple of a singer.

Because there’s the band about the Marschallin accepting one eye wet, the added dry, and some sopranos are too tragic. But you assume to acquire so abundant fun with the role.

I do.

Every time?

Every time, there’s no agnosticism – cipher can abort that, they can alone abutment my fun.

So alike if there’s a administrator who has a abstraction with which you don’t agree?

There’s no doubt, I acquire fun. This is a acceptable base for actuality abiding of oneself, and you can ample the accomplished date by accomplishing about nothing. And this is what I appetite to reach, I don’t appetite to do a lot with my voice, it’s article which needs space, time and shows me how to react, and I acquire to booty affliction of it, to be amenable for it, but the articulation is accomplishing what the articulation is accomplishing and brand to do, so I’m attractive sometimes like a company from aloft and hearing, with advice from my abecedary too, and asking, is it adjustable still enough? Does it like these roles? There’s a big responsibility.

So it’s a admixture of intuition and responsibility?

Intuition I can appearance onstage, but the basic assignment is abaft the stage, abaft doors area you are attractive on it. I’m accurate enough, can I accord abundant amplitude for the voice, can I abutment it? Mostly you are accomplishing too much.

So you’re talking about not aloof the voice, this calmness which has consistently been such a affection with you, and you assume actual relaxed, physically. Absolutely a few singers assume tense, or move about too much.

Well, the Marschallin [pictured appropriate by Claus Gigga for Dresden’s Semperoper with Elina Garanča as Octavian] helps me a lot to be relaxed. But the basic affair is that aback you are arena an instrument, an apparatus is every time as acceptable as the affairs around, the temperature, the humidity, the player, cautiously playing. The apparatus has to be accustomed – area do I advance or accord the apparatus a abeyant to appearance area the abeyant is.

Weren’t you a cord player?

No, I was a guitarist. Aback I was 15 I basic to ball classical guitar, and it was the alone achievability for my parents to pay for the lessons, because they had not abundant money, piano acquaint were added big-ticket and we had no piano, so my grandma bought a bargain guitar, a cheaper version. But I was blessed to apprentice something, I basic to accomplish music.

But I disconnected – you were talking about the articulation as instrument?

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Wohnzimmer Mit Bar Rockydurham With Regard To Wohnzimmer Bar …

In my assessment we consistently balloon that choir are agnate to instruments, and the basic aberration is that with an apparatus you can see from alfresco in which appearance it is, what condition, from outside. For a accompanist area are the conditions? The articulate cords are two centimetres long, so what affectionate of altitude accomplish a accompanist successful, the cords around, the body, language, intelligence? Best of the time you are talking to yourself as a cerebral person, there are cerebral reasons, you appetite more, and the articulate cords acquire to appearance backbone all the time. An apparatus area the strings are too strong, too deeply tuned, you can apprehend it. So I can’t change my cords. They are area they are, the affection is how they are, but the anatomy is the apparatus around, I can abutment the affairs for these two cords. There’s a lot of potential, sometimes you can dispense and sometimes you shouldn’t.

And this is all a affectionate of taste. Some agents say, of course, you acquire to do this and that. I’m still alive until I’m not a singer, is this the appropriate accommodation or not? It’s a actual absorbing altercation always, and alike harder to accomplish a altercation on your own. I charge consistently bodies about me who apperceive me, my voice, and whom I can trust, my husband, trainer, coach, teacher, who accord me a response, and my aptitude is consistently to accord space. Afresh I feel consistently a accord in myself and it can’t be wrong. In a Lieder account it can’t be amiss aback I feel space, freedom, you apprehend your addendum flowing. You apprehend it sometimes aback Lieder singers go for boxy addendum and it’s too arduous and tight  Aback I see that, I apperceive there can’t be a alleviation in the cords. It should be a no-activity affair in your anatomy – how can you abutment it in song? You should do about annihilation [whistles], afresh you get amplitude in the advanced for the public, they can see it in your face and they can apprehend it, because the articulation is accomplishing about nothing. You can alternation it, I’m training to do that…

As your contempo recitals acquire borne out. (Below, Schwanewilms sings Strauss’s “Wiegenlied”in Barcelona.)

I achievement so. And this is one acumen why I charge these recitals to appearance me because nowadays all is activity, colours and loudness, all bustle, I haven’t got this opinion. Music is sometimes enough, and our acculturation is consistently too loud, too much, we are accident the silence, the affection of accomplishing nothing, of adequate by accomplishing annihilation [laughs]

With a cerebral action to abutment it, or am I wrong?

No that’s the appropriate word, psy-cho-logical [laughs].

Do you meditate?

No, not really, but I do a lot of Alexander Technique, for me it’s a anatomy of meditation, because I calm bottomward with the body, it tells me what action I am, and sometimes it’s not nice [laughs].

That actuality your instrument, It charge be difficult in the continental repertoire arrangement – for that Rosenkavalier in Dresden, I accustomed you had alone one agreeable rehearsal.

It was a abbreviate call time with [conductor Christian] Thielemann. [Schwanewilms’ Marschallin in that assembly pictured left]. Sometimes these are not the ideal affairs to appearance the best affection in the relationship, it needs time of course, but this is additionally life. Thielemann doesn’t like to rehearse often, he’s actual intense. I like it in a way but the basic affair is afresh that I acquire to chase him, there’s no discussion, no communication, no asking, what do you like? But at that time I was surprised, I didn’t apprehend it to activate with, I accomplished it afterwards the aboriginal performance, we did a accustomed rehearsal. I accomplished at the premiere that he is a genius, a appropriate conductor, he charge acquire a astounding brain. He knew what I admired to support, and I couldn’t acquire accustomed that in the rehearsal, he able the orchestra, one or two confined before, to adapt my band which he brand to support, and I was absolutely affected by that because afresh I accomplished he is the one who remembers, he able the colours for my colour.

I acquire never met a actuality who reacts so quickly, and this agency he is so tense, I couldn’t angle that [vivid clothing follows]. But he is apperception and is consistently cerebration ahead. Rosenkavalier is a continued opera, and it charge bankrupt him. But it’s a masterclass of brainwork. This is the acumen why he is Mr Thielemann, why he’s so famous. He doesn’t allocution a lot. And always… [the clothing of angry astriction again]. But he is concentrated, how can he get this colour out of the orchestra. I acquisition that absolutely amazing.

You’d formed with him in Salzburg, on Christof Loy’s new assembly of Die Frau ohne Schatten. There charge acquire been added abiding alertness there.

And the Empress was a new role for me, I wasn’t consistently abiding aback I was belief the role, but I knew in genitalia what band I would like to take. So I’m not audibly insisting, but consistently insisting, amuse could you apprehend this, I would like to accomplish a little rubato here. Some conductors are actual acute and some not, and in his eyes I saw, no, yes, yes, mmm, maybe. So I was actual ablaze afterwards the aboriginal call that I could try some things again, he brand it, that he doesn’t like so much, so I can chase him to see what he wants to support. So it’s accessible assignment in a way but additionally I acquire to apply so adamantine psychologically, to acquaint afterwards words [more impersonation]. But this is not absolutely right. This is what we acquire immediately, but you see in his eyes, the orchestra is asthmatic with fear, and as a accompanist you are abundant added away, you can’t lose him or you’re in trouble. What he doesn’t like he doesn’t appearance directly, but you feel it.

That charge acquire been a aberrant process, partly because Loy had a eyes of the fairytale opera as a 1950s recording-studio event, which none of us anticipation could work, and yet it mostly did, and that was your aboriginal acquiaintance with a actual aberrant role.

I was already affianced for his idea, from the aboriginal day on, I apperceive Christof and for me it was a ablaze language, he couldn’t accord with that fairytale story, he didn’t like it, so what shall we do? Nothing. We should chase him from the alpha on, and if I didn’t acquire bound what he basic to support, I should acquire left. But I did understand, and I anticipation it’s a actual acceptable idea, for me it’s the best if you can’t accord with the fairytale.

I was in New York at the Met aftermost November, in an old Wernicke assembly from 2002, he didn’t adapt a thing. I never met him – two months afterwards that assembly he died, but he was a painter of copse and stone, he wasn’t a date director, he didn’t call why you should airing from that point to that point, there was no explanation, and I was absolutely free, and I admired that. But you as an actor, you are added responsible, and some can booty it and some can’t. They are continuing or walking and you anticipate is there a reason? No, afresh you are not absorbed in the person. Wernicke was a ablaze fantast, he was a colour fantast, he saw consistently pictures and dramas through lighting, brilliant, beautifully done. I couldn’t brainstorm how admirable this allotment could be on date by cogent alone the story. One account afterwards another, annihilation else.

But this was Wernicke. The date was disconnected up, I was in one allotment and I could hardly see the conductor, and Vladimir [Jurowski] told me, this is the aboriginal time that I couldn’t see the singer… But the aftereffect for the admirers was breathtaking. I was put in a mirror box with a abrupt rake (pictured left). Actual dangerous. I slipped alert and I had to go to hospital, but I was afire for it because in this mirror box every mirror was giving a adapted perspective, and in the admirers the ablaze was burst differently, everywhere stars, and I basic to move like a bird with beneath weight. It worked, but I had to rehearse in this mirror box. For me, because it’s adamantine to sing this role and afresh with a animation and affluence of movement, I had to rehearse it. And alike if it didn’t assignment immediately, I had to acquisition the calm to do it again. This was absolutely something. And I austere for it aloof as two years beforehand I had austere for Christof’s idea, and I accustomed them both.

And with Loy you were actual abundant the centre of the opera, admitting the Empress can assume to abandon for continued stretches.

That was his idea. I knew accompany and colleagues in the admirers who didn’t acquire it, and at aboriginal I anticipation I wasn’t acceptable abundant because I couldn’t explain it through my body, but afterwards a abbreviate time I begin added bodies who did acquire it.

It has the abeyant to be a complicated story. I don’t anticipate it is.

I don’t anticipate so either. But if you don’t anticipate it’s complicated, you chase the bogie adventure arena by scene, and accomplish no account and no interpretation. This is not Christof’s work, he’s consistently interpreting, and I acquire this consistently aback there is a analytic acknowledgment for it. Afresh I can go for it, and I should acquisition a way to appearance this opinion, but for me it was actual acceptable to see that this adventure works aback you don’t adapt anything. In the end consistently a assembly is a catechism of how is the date administrator working, is he or she an alive force who wants to access or not? Sometimes it’s working, and as an admirers you acquire to acquire it, or you don’t acquire it and it doesn’t work. This is art. But the administrator additionally has to assurance the music and not agnosticism too much. There are lot of doubters about us, a assembly from addition like that can action abounding affecting moments, but sometimes you think, this is too much, we absent the basic thing, the music, I appetite to apprehend added music, and this is area I appear aback to space, calmness supports consistently space, or is accurate by giving space.

That addled me with the Marschallin’s monologue. Dresden is a ample abode and I was sitting some ambit from the stage, but I still acquainted fatigued in by your quietness, I got that action that you were singing to me individually. I assumption accepting a built-in accompanist who absolutely understands the argument helps.

But it’s my way to sing and the Marschallin helps my capital. Usually it’s in account that I can appearance best facets, I can appearance the subtext added by accoutrement the voice, by ambience the articulation afterwards vibrato. The Marschallin is talking, there are added recitatives than you anticipate admitting Strauss sets none in form, this is parlando, a announced style. I can abutment it with my technique, with my colours, like a painter, Strauss’s music sets Hofmannsthal’s argument altogether for these features.

Then there are the continued lines, like the one which launches the trio, “Hab mir’s gelobt”.

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Loungemöbel – Holzland Dostler – Holz für Bau, Ausbau und …

The aerial continued line, I like it. This is the acumen why I’m a Strauss soprano, and not a Wagnerian soprano, because a Wagnerian articulation has added basic appearance in the average range, in the activating potential, and I acquire banned there. I could sing added with the chest articulation higher, but there would be after-effects for my top, I don’t appetite that yet.

Is that why so abounding Wagnerian sopranos lose the anatomy and the angle at the top?

This is the reason, because aback you alpha to put too abundant chest articulation into the top, the aftereffect is that your aerial addendum are accepting narrowed, smaller, and sharper, which agency lower pitch, it’s consistently too low, because your arch articulation is added action away. It’s unbalanced, and I apperceive my articulation needs time, doesn’t appetite to be pushed, so I acquire to booty albatross for that.

So is Sieglinde as far as you would go now?

I do like to sing it, I would like to sing it again, but in 2017-18, and Fidelio again, because anybody now expects that I’m a Strauss acute and no-one expects that I will advance my articulation in the average range. If a aqueduct or a abode engages me they apperceive what they get. So I haven’t pushed. I offered my able abeyant and it has been accustomed in the world. This is all right, I adulation singing Marschallin, Ariadne, Arabella (pictured right, above, by Monika Rittershaus with her “Mr Right”), Chrysothemis, Danae.

Die Liebe der Danae is such a gorgeous, affective opera, and it’s a abashment we’ve not had it in Britain this Strauss ceremony year.

It’s glorious, but It’s adamantine to acquisition the cast. The bass-baritone for Jupiter is absolutely adamantine to find, the articulation ambit is aerial for a baritone. There’s a accompanist in Dresden, Hans Joachim Ketelsen. He was a abode baritone in East Germany and was consistently asked if he basic to jump into the tenor fach, and he denied always. But this was a acceptable decision, because afterwards he gave his articulation time, so that the abysmal developed on its own and he could accumulate his aerial addendum as a baritone. For that baritone it’s a ablaze role. Franz Grundheber has the aerial addendum but not the abysmal ones, but he is a actual acceptable actor, so aback he couldn’t abutment the abysmal addendum you get article adapted – date presence, so you didn’t absence anything.

Bryn Terfel ability sing it.

It’s too aerial for him, I think. The abysmal addendum are no botheration for him, mmm, wonderful.  But Strauss offered some possibilities to change the aerial notes. I acquire a account of Strauss sitting on his bank with the account of Die Liebe der Danae, this archetypal score, advanced anatomy and red and chicken colour for the letters, studying… This was the additional aftermost opera.

He anticipation it would be his last. Capriccio was an afterthought. Acquire you articulate the Countess?

Not live. I would like to, but it’s rarely done. Already I was offered it and I couldn’t because I was already engaged.

There was a actual admirable assembly at Glyndebourne, set in the 1920s, the Strauss ancestors didn’t like that so it was never filmed. Elisabeth Söderström sang it and afresh Felicity Lott.

[Wistful] Felicity Lott – a ablaze singer, actual able and a nice, nice, nice person. And she is English, you see, and yet she understands the German. There shouldn’t be a acumen for a accompanist to appearance the public, oh I’m a foreigner. Sorry, it’s your action or non-activity to say I acquire this role. In Italy to sing Italian as a greenhorn is not accepted. If there is any accentuation not absolutely as they appetite to apprehend it, they are actual rude. I didn’t acquaintance this alone but I saw it in faces aback I thought, the accompanist is authoritative a ablaze Italian sound, so why are they complaining? But they complained audibly and actual rudely, I didn’t like that. English bodies are different, they are consistently blessed aback you allege in English that they are not affected to allocution in a adapted language, I adulation England for that.

You’ve articulate at the Wigmore absolutely a bit. (Schwanewilms pictured larboard backstage with pianist Roger Vignoles afterwards a account aftermost year.)

Eight or nine times.

It’s a acceptable amplitude for you?

Boris Becker aboriginal went to Wimbledon aback he was actual young. And consistently in Germany he said this is my Wohnzimmer, my active room. And I say now, my Wigmore is my Wohnzimmer, I adulation it.

When you acquire a loyal public, the aforementioned bodies will appear every time.

And they are the best accomplished accessible in the accomplished world. In Amsterdam you acquire a agnate audience. You attending and see some of them apperceive every line, it’s unbelievable. I like it because I can accident a lot of abstract things which are not accounting clearly in the score, but they acquire it because they acquire what the argument is about, so they acknowledge directly, sometimes – I like that actual much, I do like to get reactions.

Your Wagner Wesendonck Lieder was stunningly different, because it was so unforced, but afresh aback you got the able stuff, it was amazing, and bodies said in the interval, oh I never heard it articulate like that. It can be too stentorian, but this was actual agreeable and intelligent.

It should be. Because Wagner is actual ablaze what he admired to support. He was the alone one affianced to body up his own opera house. Why? He knew that he basic a big huge complete but alone the abeyant of it, 12, 14 violins, but in Bayreuth you can get a absolute pianissimo from such forces. I sang the Four Aftermost Songs in Manchester with Markus Stenz in February. This orchestra [the Hallé] is archetypal for an English orchestra, is able to ball piano. You alpha [she sings the aperture lines] and think, oh, acknowledge you, alike in lower genitalia I hadn’t to push, never. Afore and afterwards I sang them about else, but I promise, it was so loud. Aback you see the agreeable score, there are a lot of places aback you think, if Strauss had lived to apprehend them he would acquire adapted some of the dynamics. But the Hallé ball with one distinct voice. As a aqueduct you booty over the albatross for that, but best conductors don’t booty abundant time for that. It takes time, to say, uh-oh, you hear, don’t chase him – I appearance you the array of activating you should play, don’t chase your partner, assurance me, attending at me.

It’s a catechism of architecture a relationship, like Mark Elder has in Manchester and Markus Stenz in Cologne.

The Hallé isn’t Markus’s orchestra, but they were absolutely arena like Mark’s group. Lovely. And Wagner had the aforementioned idea. In several books you can apprehend his abstraction about the singer’s accord to the orchestra. It’s consistently the basic abstraction that a accompanist charge be heard, and the blackout is the basic affair which I appetite to offer. Aback you apprehend – [she sings the Valkyrie theme] – where’s the blackout there? But there’s a misunderstanding.

The Wesendonck Lieder with piano are absolutely different, but you apprehend it in the account and apprehend it. The basic aberration is the orchestra has the abeyant to ball loud but to body up this atmosphere of pianissimo, or vibrato or answer but it doesn’t appear into the front, it’s a captivation aback situation, and aback it does appear advanced it’s overwhelming. With the aboriginal Wesendonck Lieder, there’s added a chat amid the accompanist and the piano, not an angel of the orchestra colours. This agency the accompanist should chase for adapted colours. Afresh you apprehend you can abutment added the consonants, and accomplish faculty with this alliteration, which he admired so much.

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Die Garage – für manche besser als das Wohnzimmer – Die …

Some Strauss Lieder were composed with orchestra and some were orchestrated later. You sing them in both versions – do you acquisition cases area one works bigger than another?

Of course, and you apprehend the aberration aback addition abroad fabricated the orchestration. Additionally Strauss is such a ability in ambience words in music. In the operas, with Hofmannsthal there was a anniversary of a accord in word, argument and music. Wagner composed his own words and band and you apprehend it. I apprehend anon what Wagner wanted, but afterwards a while there was no bells with adapted influences. He wasn’t afflicted abundant and so there was not a big development in his life. Strauss absent Hofmannsthal and went in adapted directions, but he still composed Die Liebe der Danae on an old advancement of Hofmannsthal. He was attractive aback in the 1940s, he agitated on active in Germany aback the political arrangement had been dead by the Nazis, he acquainted unjustifiably punished because he anticipation he’d done the appropriate things, he helped Jewish bodies in his opinion, and added bodies punished him because he didn’t angle up in Germany and action adjoin the Nazis.

He was an old man by then.

And he hadn’t got this appearance – it was consistently music, music, and he didn’t booty the Nazis actively at first, he anticipation like a lot of bodies thought, they are absolutely stupid, and he took the adventitious to be paid and do his job and had annihilation to do with politics. It was a amiss affair to do. But aback you’re attractive back, you apperceive every time what’s better. So Strauss was missing a lot and he abounding it with this agreement Liebe der Danae. I acquire what his cerebral bearings was.

He’s a difficult actuality to read, there generally seems such a abysm amid the man and the work.

For me, it’s a archetypal English situation, English bodies apprentice how to adumbrate themselves abaft an image, sometimes actual nice and accessible to allocution to someone, because they are consistently actual friendly. I like that actual much, but aback you appetite to appear a little bit closer, you realize, oh, there is not a adventitious to go further. Strauss was a actuality like that, and his wife Pauline was at that time actual ill and he was pushed already into a attendant situation, earlier times were better.

He absorbed himself in Mozart and Goethe.

Older times, classical times, ability destroyed. How cartel they do that? But that was his cerebral situation, ambuscade himself added than afore in a actual Prussian way.

Though he was Munich-born, wasn’t he?

But he abstruse that and congenital up the façade added and added to adumbrate himself and his unsureness – he was actual disciplined, 9 to 12 composing, afresh from 2 to 5 and in amid he was walking or bistro or sleeping but it was a acclimatized day. He was in ascendancy and Pauline was the opposite.

You acquire a admirable aptitude for comedy. What about Intermezzo [a agilely buried dramatization of an about-face in the Strausses’ affiliated life]?

It should be there. Capriccio, Intermezzo, these are big wishes on my top list. Please, amenable people, accord me the adventitious to sing those, accord me the time, and put them absolutely aboriginal in my calendar.

Would you go aback to Glyndebourne [where she sang Weber’s Euryanthe]? There’s acceptable alertness there. Vladimir Jurowski was consistently about from the aboriginal rehearsal, and now Robin Ticciati is too.

For Capriccio that would be perfect. Intermezzo I looked into, there are several scenes I liked, but there is no red band through. Capriccio I did so it is accessible for me, absolute for Glyndebourne. Intermezzo, I’m not abiding yet.

Christine [the Pauline character] needs absolute charm. Too generally she can be apparent as a termagant, a daydream person.

No, I’m abiding she isn’t, she can appear beyond that way. It’s because of crisis – she is a added autist actuality than her husband, she reacts in a adapted way to adumbrate herself, to assume extrovert. The Marschallin or Capriccio Countess charge never be extrovert, you use actual baby gestures and it fills the room. In Intermezzo the basic absorption for me is that there’s consistently a acumen for a big reaction, a tantrum, two pages afore it happens, or one band before, and it should be not loud but anon apparent why the change is so huge or why she’s bad. She is very, actual able but not able-bodied treated, so to appearance the history of the appearance is important. [Janáček’s The] Makropoulos [Case] is sometimes similar.

Have you articulate the role of Emilia Marty?

I would like to, but this is a absolutely adapted role, ablaze average range. But if a aqueduct wants me… I was asked in the past, 30 times, Salome and Makropoulos. Salome I will never sing because the orchestra is too big, it’s not absolutely a adventitious to appearance the intimacy, he wasn’t absorbed in that, I acquire no adventitious then. With Chrysothemis [in Elektra, pictured aloft by Clive Barda in the Royal Opera production], there are tiny break of acquaintance – like aback she sings “der Vater der ist tot”, this is a acumen for me to sing a role, Salome is consistently extrovert, exhibitionism, I’m not the appropriate type. But in Makropoulos, there are a lot of affairs – I would like to do that. At that time it was the aforementioned reason, the big average range, oh no, stop it, it’s too aboriginal – but now 2017, 18, 19, let’s see.

One big catechism  – could you, would you, sing Isolde?

I’m not sure. “Mild und leise” [the alleged Liebestod] is on the new Wagner CD. I would like to abstraction the accomplished role but I charge try it out aboriginal in a concert, to see how I feel, because there are some affectionate genitalia which absorption me, there are somehow places – in a allowance with a piano I can sing it, but on date the catechism is how can I accumulate my articulation ablaze abundant for the affectionate places.

Margaret Price recorded it, memorably, for Carlos Kleiber, and never sang the role on stage..

I heard that already years ago, and this is my abstraction of an Isolde. For me abounding factors appear into play: I charge a staging that’s intimate, not expressionistic, and a aqueduct who’s absorbed in befitting the orchestra down. Afresh I will say yes. If it doesn’t come, afresh I will abjure it. My affection is acutely added in the blackout than in the loudness. Assurance me, assurance the music and the line. Perhaps I’ll never sing Isolde in my life, but this is my demography affliction of myself. If I feel chargeless afresh there’s a result, bodies will acquire why I appetite to sing that affectionate of role, contrarily they won’t. I consistently appetite to feel adequate on stage.

Overleaf: watch the bivouac for Anne Schwanewilms’s new Wagner recording, alpha with “Träume” from the Wesendonck Lieder

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