On his new CD, Daniel Müller-Schott portrays Richard Strauss' path from romanticism to modernism. Together with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, the famous tone poem "Don Quixote" was recorded live.
Also on the CD: Strauss' cello sonata in F as well as the Lieder “Zuneigung” op. 10 No. 1 and “Ich trage meine Minne” op. 32 No. 1, for cello and piano which Müller-Schott recorded together with pianist Herbert Schuch. The CD is released today, 12 July, with the label ORFEO.