Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm. Oboist Normand Forget made a unique chamber version for accordion and wind quintet including bass clarinet, The deaf actor Horst Dittrich translated the cycle of poems into. 20. De eerste "Abtheilung" van twaalf liederen werd voltooid in februari 1827, de tweede met de overige twaalf in oktober van dat jaar. Conal Morrison and Conor Linehan combined songs from. Rückblick Winterreise is een cyclus van 24 liederen van Franz Schubert . Jan Martiník - bass, David Mareček - piano "Schubert's music is as naive as the poet's expressions; the emotions contained in the poems are as deeply reflected in his… Franz Schubert’s vocal cycle Winterreise, tells the story of a man who has embarked on a long winters journey. Die Winterreise. Schubert died in 1828, the same year that Winterreise was published. He then, with a voice full of feeling, sang the entire Winterreise for us. Six of the best Schubert songs; The best classical music for winter Der Lindenbaum 6. 1, D 141 (Text: Johann Gottfried Kumpf , as Ermin) CAT DUT ENG FRE; Der Morgenkuß, D 264 (Text: Gabriele von Baumberg) CAT DUT ENG FRE SPA Die Winterreise ist der Titel eines Zyklus’ von 24 Liedern (Gedichten) des Autors Wilhelm Müller, der 1821–22 entstand und in mehreren Schüben publiziert wurde: . Die Winterreise: Irrlicht / Will O' The Wisp 10. The music still allows Schubert’s themes and motifs to ring out, but it treats them with complete freedom. Gefror’ne Tränen 4. Wintry imagery of cold, darkness, and barrenness consistently serve to mirror the feelings of the isolated wanderer. The two seemingly never met, although it is possible that the poet knew of the Müllerin settings. 7. Although Schubert did create other works, optimistic in tone, after the composition of the cycle in 1827, his friend Josef von Spaun main Polydor-Odeon, only songs 1, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24); cf. Die Winterreise: Rast / Rest 11. Translations from the booklet of Thomas Hampson’s recording of Winterreise (EMI/Warner Classics, 1997) 1. Schubert wrote Winterreise in 1827, about a year before his death. Winterreise was composed in two parts, each with twelve songs, the first part in February 1827 and the second in October 1827. Analysis of Schubert’s Der Leiermann 15. The two parts were also published separately by Tobias Haslinger, the first on 14 January 1828, and the second (the proofs of which Schubert was still correcting days before his death on 19 November) on 30 December 1828. He produced a vast oeuvre during his short life, composing more the 600 vocal works (largely Lieder), and well as several symphonies, operas, and a large body of piano music. Die Winterreise Franz Schubert. The most recent scholarly edition of Winterreise is the one included as part of the Bärenreiter New Schubert Edition, edited by Walther Dürr, volume 3, which offers the songs in versions for high, medium and low voices. A possible explanation is documented in a book by Elizabeth Norman McKay, Schubert: The Piano and Dark Keys: "Towards the end of 1822 ... Schubert was very sick, having contracted the syphilis that inevitably was to affect the remainder of his life: his physical and mental health, and the music he was to compose." 4. Schubert composed Winterreise while he was dying of syphilis and the darkness and melancholy is prevalent throughout the song cycle. Thereupon Schubert leaped up and replied: "These songs please me more than all the rest, and in time they will please you as well. Listen free to Franz Schubert – Winterreise (Gute Nacht, Die Wetterfahne and more). Der du so lustig rauschtest 8. Schubert's original group of settings therefore closed with the dramatic cadence of "Irrlicht", "Rast", "Frühlingstraum" and "Einsamkeit", and his second sequence begins with "Die Post". 1-24, Vienna 1827 translation: Celia Sgroi 131 (Drei Lieder) no. Die Winterreise. The poetic cycle, Die Winterreise, is thus in some respects a different work from Schubert’s cycle Winterreise (the composer omitted the definite article for a starker, stronger effect). Written for tenor, it can nevertheless be sung successfully by a voice in any range. Gefror’ne Tränen 4. In Mariele Neudecker’s 'Winterreise' Schubert's song cycle has been used as a basis for a film-project using locations along the 60th parallel north. The first twelve poems were published separately in 1823 and the cycle was published in full in 1824. In die tiefsten Felsengründe 10. 5, D 911 no. 1. In his introduction to the Peters edition (with the critical revisions of Max Friedlaender), Professor Max Müller, son of the poet Wilhelm Müller, remarks that Schubert's two song-cycles have a dramatic effect not unlike that of a full-scale tragic opera, particularly when performed by great singers such as Jenny Lind (Die schöne Müllerin) or Julius Stockhausen (Winterreise). Fremd bin ich eingezogen, Fremd zieh' ich wieder aus. In addition to his friend Franz von Schober, Schubert's friends who often attended his Schubertiaden or musical sessions included Eduard von Bauernfeld, Joseph von Spaun, and the poet Johann Mayrhofer. This interpretation of Die Winterreise is certainly unusual. 89 no. The text in Fruhlingstraum speaks …show more content… Their starkness, concentration and visionary intensity must have come as a shock to early listeners, just as Schubert’s friends had been disturbed and baffled by Winterreise. There is no need to seek in external vicissitudes an explanation of the pathos of the Winterreise music when the composer was this Schubert who, as a boy of seventeen, had the imagination to fix Gretchen's cry in music once for all, and had so quivered year by year in response to every appeal, to Mignon's and the Harper's grief, to Mayrhofer's nostalgia. Schubert found the first twelve poems under the title Wanderlieder von Wilhelm Müller. Some videotaped performances are also available, including mezzo-soprano Christa Ludwig with Charles Spencer (1994, Art Haus Musik), several by Fischer-Dieskau, one by Hermann Prey with pianist Helmut Deutsch, and a version by Thomas Quasthoff and pianist Daniel Barenboim filmed at the Berlin Philharmonie in 2005. Manche Trän’ aus meinen Augen 7. Die Winterreise: Der Greise Kopf / The Grey Head 15. Winterreise: Schubert and Müller in Perfect Harmony. Schubert found the first 12 Winterreise poems in Urania, an anthology of new German-language poetry. Die Texte des Zyklusses stammen von Wilhelm Müller. 89, D 911 ist ein Liederzyklus, bestehend aus 24 Liedern für Singstimme und Klavier, den Franz Schubert im Herbst 1827, ein Jahr vor seinem Tod, komponierte. by-line translations that were as faithful to the original text as possible. Composer and conductor Massimiliano Matesic made an orchestral version of the cycle, Before 1936 are the complete 1928 version of, Very low-pitched recordings are available by, Thomas Quasthoff with Daniel Barenboim (2005, DGG, DVD B-0005149-09), This page was last edited on 21 November 2020, at 06:24. Müller's poems were published in 1823/4 and Schubert set them to music during 1827, Müller's death year. Müller was an almost exact and equally short-lived contemporary of Schubert. About. The twenty-four poems of Die Winterreise were written in 1821 and 1822. Schubert's music is as naive as the poet's expressions; the emotions contained in the poems are as deeply reflected in his own feelings, and these are so brought out in sound that no-one can sing or hear them without being touched to the heart. Auch die Lektüre ist strafbar. Täuschung Lieder, 1-24, Vienna 1827 translation: Celia Sgroi 10. Das Mädchen sprach von Liebe,Die Mutter gar von Eh', - Nun ist die Welt so trübe,Der Weg gehüllt in Schnee. Two pieces in particular are Rast (Rest) and Einsamkeit (Solitude). Winterreise, as both a song cycle and a poetic cycle, is a dark and foreboding tale of things lost, both love and hope.One cannot mistake the tone of the poems when reading them. Die Winterreise. Der Lindenbaum, op. Schubert Programs: Schubert's 1825 Travel: Text and Photos "Water Songs and Water Landscapes" Concert with Photos "Blumen in Wien" Multimedia-Flöte-Liederabend "Winterreise with Photos" Concert "Winterreise with Photos" Blog Between the 1823 and 1824 editions, Müller varied the texts slightly and also (with the addition of the further 12 poems) altered the order in which they were presented. WINTERREISE von Franz Schubert (Liedtexte) Gute Nacht Fremd bin ich eingezogen,Fremd zieh' ich wieder aus. Specifically on Winterreise you are invited to see a new site by Margo Briessinck.A site on Wilhelm Müller is currently being prepared by Cecilia Cloughly in connection with the Internationale-Wilhelm-Müller-Gesellschaft in Berlin. “Winterreise” is a song cycle composed by Franz Schubert (1797-1828) with 24 poems written by Wilhelm Müller (1794-1827), who was born and died in Dessau, Germany. The cycle consists of a monodrama from the point of view of the wandering protagonist, in which concrete plot is somewhat ambiguous. Der Mai war mir gewogen Mit manchem Blumenstrauß: Das Mädchen sprach von Liebe, Die Mutter gar von Eh`- Nun ist die Welt so trübe, Der Weg gehüllt in Schnee. It is a compilation of 24 short films that exists as a live performance version and a gallery version. De eerste "Abtheilung" van twaalf liederen werd voltooid in februari 1827, de tweede met de overige twaalf in oktober van dat jaar. [12], Elena Gerhardt said of the Winterreise, "You have to be haunted by this cycle to be able to sing it."[11]. 25, 1823). posth. Darrell 1936, p. 414. Erstarrung 5. Schubert was reviewing the publisher’s proofs of the cycle in the weeks before his death, shortly before his 32nd Der Wegweiser German HMV, 24 sides, ER 270–272, 274–276, ES 383–386, 392–393: see Darrell 1936, p. 414. Gute Nacht 2. Müller, a poet, soldier and Imperial Librarian at Dessau in Prussia (present-day east-central Germany), died in 1827 aged 33, and probably never heard the first setting of his poems in Die schöne Müllerin (1823), let alone Winterreise. Es brennt mir unter beiden Sohlen 9. The piano supplies rich effects in the nature imagery of the poems, the voices of the elements, the creatures and active objects, the rushing storm, the crying wind, the water under the ice, birds singing, ravens croaking, dogs baying, the rusty weathervane grating, the post horn calling, and the drone and repeated melody of the hurdy-gurdy. This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. Schubert found the first 12 Winterreise poems in Urania, an anthology of new German-language poetry. Müller (Wilhelm), All twenty-four pieces in the song cycle share similar themes, metaphors, and central conflicts. Die Winterreise: Einsamkeit / Loneliness 13. Entry at Wikipedia for Schubert's song cycle "Winterreise" Entry at the "Lied and Art Song Texts Page" English translation at the "Lied and Art Song Texts Page" ... German text. Dramatically, the first half is the sequence from the leaving of the beloved's house, and the second half the torments of reawakening hope and the path to resignation. Of interest here, however, is the fact that he changed Müller's title for Die Winterreise to, simply, Winterreise. Die Wetterfahne 3. Schubert and Müller For a review of Schubert's life there are many sites you can visit on the web. Finally he encounters a derelict street musician, the first and only instance in the cycle in which another character is present. Gefror’ne Tränen Die Winterreise: Die Post / The Post 14. Müller's poems were published in 1823/4 and Schubert set … Die Krähe Schubert made his 24. Der greise Kopf Winterreise (Winter Journey) is a song cycle for voice and piano by Franz Schubert (D. 911, published as Op. The resources of intellect and interpretative power required to deliver them, in the chamber or concert hall, challenge the greatest singers. "; "Der Leiermann".[6]. Der Lindenbaum 17:38 6. Winterreise was composed in two parts, each with twelve songs, the first part in February 1827 and the second in October 1827. Die Winterreise Franz Schubert. Gute Nacht 05:43 2. Song ; Franz Schubert's song ; The origin of Schubert's song cycles -- Individual songs from the two cycles. [32] In 1991, Maury Yeston composed both the original music and text of December Songs, a song cycle influenced by Winterreise, on commission from Carnegie Hall for its Centennial celebration. He comes across a village, passes a crossroads, and arrives at a cemetery. Franz Schubert in „Mein Traum“ Die Texte der Lieder und Bilder der Sängerin Lotte Lehmann zu den einzelnen Liedern finden Sie hier: Winterreise Text und Bilder. Die Wetterfahne 3. Before listening to this disc I watched a video performance of Winterreise by Ian Bostridge from the 2016 Festival Utrecht. Gute Nacht 2. Es zieht ein Mondenschatten Als mein Gefährte mit, Und au… Der Wind spielt mit der Wetterfahne 3. Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, completed in 1827, is a set of 24 songs for voice and piano composed almost entirely using minor keys, which unlike the … 12. A textual analysis of the song-cycle 'Die Winterreise' by Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert. 2. 24 tracks (). About. Der vollständige Titel des Zyklus lautet: Winterreise.Ein Cyclus von Liedern von Wilhelm Müller.Für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte komponiert von Franz Schubert. These have all been restored in Mandyczewski's edition (the widely available Dover score) and are offered as alternative readings in Fischer-Dieskau's revision of Max Friedlaender's edition for Peters. The music still allows Schubert’s themes and motifs to ring out, but it treats them with complete freedom. For those who cherish the Art of Song, the release of a new recording of Winterreise … Here, there is no singer; instead, the text is recited. Although Ludwig van Beethoven's cycle An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved) was published earlier, in 1816, Schubert's cycles hold the foremost place in the genre's history. Im Dorfe (In the village) from Winterreise ; Rückblick (Glance back) from Winterreise ; Halt! 11. The narrator is weak, torn, and mentally unstable for his travels. Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, which has been interpreted by all the leading male and female singers, is widely regarded as the peak of Lieder singing. Winterreise (Winter Journey) by Franz Schubert “I came here a stranger, as a stranger I depart.” These first lines of Schubert’s Winterreise speak an unshakeable truth – we are, all of us, alone on a journey in an unfamiliar landscape. Here being denied even the death on which he has become fixated, he defiantly renounces faith before reaching a point of resignation. Winterreise was written in two parts and is about a heartbroken man. Schuberts "Winterreise" Hans Zenders komponierte Interpretation Der Komponist Hans Zender und das Ensemble Modern waren einander verbunden. Schubert's Winterreise has had a marked influence on several key works, including Gustav Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen[31] and Benjamin Britten's Night-piece. Schubert's Winterreise, well known to the classical music fan as a superb song cycle, unites many qualities--wonderfully catchy music, poetical song texts, and a moving story. Winterreise was written in two parts and is about a heartbroken man. Stuttgart : P. Reclam, 1975 Includes bibliographical references Introduction. 5, D 911 no. Im Dorfe In 12 Liedern in an almanack (Urania. He died just as Schubert was beginning work on Winterreise. A textual analysis of the song-cycle 'Die Winterreise' by Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert. Gute Nacht Besides re-ordering Müller's songs, Schubert made a few changes to the words: verse 4 of "Erstarrung" in Müller's version read [Schubert's text bracketed]: "Mein Herz ist wie erfroren [erstorben]" ("frozen" instead of "dead"); "Irrlicht" verse 2 read "...unsre Freuden, unsre Wehen [Leiden]" ("pains" instead of "sorrows") and "Der Wegweiser" verse 3 read "Weiser stehen auf den Strassen [Wegen]" ("roads" instead of "paths"). All twenty-four pieces in the song cycle share similar themes, metaphors, and central conflicts. Cycle of 24 songs, set to poems by Wilhelm Müller. 22. live, September 2018, Wigmore Hall, London PENTATONE PTC5186764 [72:26]. Im Dorfe (In the village) from Winterreise ; Rückblick (Glance back) from Winterreise ; Halt! Die Winterreise: Frühlingstraum/ A Dream Of Springtime 12. Both were originally written for tenor voice but are frequently transposed to other vocal ranges, a precedent set by Schubert himself. "[9], It is argued that in the gloomy nature of the Winterreise, compared with Die schöne Müllerin, there is, a change of season, December for May, and a deeper core of pain, the difference between the heartbreak of a youth and a man. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Schubert: Winterreise - Mark Padmore, Kristian Bezuidenhout on AllMusic - 2018 - You might have thought it impossible to deliver a… In 12 Liedern in an almanack (Urania. Translation of: Franz Schubert, Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise. The printer's proofs of the second part of Die Winterreise were corrected by the composer on his deathbed. Die Winterreise XXIV Der Leiermann (Ursprungliche Fassung) Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Text by Johann Ludwig Wilhelm Muller (1794-1827) Becca Carter MusTH 311 Form and Analysis Nagel Fall 2011 I. < back to video pages The majority of art-song enthusiasts wanted to be able to understand why a particular word in the song text Translator™s Note Winterreise / Winter Journey texts: Wilhelm Mueller music: Franz Schubert, Op. Their pictures have an amazing, sensual beauty, modern and timeless alike. Gefror’ne Tropfen fallen 4. 8. Schubert composed Winterreise while he was dying of syphilis and the darkness and melancholy is prevalent throughout the song cycle. Franz Peter Schubert was an late Classical and early Romantic composer. Die Wetterfahne 07:33 3. "Wasserflut" was transposed by Schubert from F♯ minor to E minor without alteration; "Rast" moved from D minor to C minor and "Einsamkeit" from D minor to B minor, both with changes to the vocal line; "Mut" was transposed from A minor to G minor; "Der Leiermann" was transposed from B minor to A minor. In particular, the piano's rhythms constantly express the moods of the poet, like the distinctive rhythm of "Auf dem Flusse", the restless syncopated figures in "Rückblick", the dramatic tremolos in "Einsamkeit", the glimmering clusters of notes in "Irrlicht", or the sharp accents in "Der stürmische Morgen". Letzte Hoffnung Die Winterreise. Schubert died in 1828, the same year that Winterreise was published. Introduction. Der Lindenbaum The composer of the Winterreise may have gone hungry to bed, but he was a happy artist.[10]. Unsurprisingly, the Schubert discography is littered with merely competent recordings of Winterreise, many of which sound beautiful to the ears but communicate nothing to the heart. Two pieces in particular are Rast (Rest) and Einsamkeit (Solitude). < back to video pages Die Wetterfahne In 12 Liedern, in: Urania – Taschenbuch auf das Jahr 1823, S. 207–222, Leipzig: Brockhaus 1822, dies ist der Erstdruck der Lieder 1–12 Google, Google Schubert was reviewing the publisher’s proofs of the cycle in the weeks before his death, shortly before his 32nd Der Leiermann. Like Die schöne Müllerin, Schubert's Winterreise is not merely a collection of songs upon a single theme (lost or unrequited love) but is in effect one single dramatic monologue, lasting over an hour in performance. Gefror'ne Tränen 09:56 4. 14. Spaun tells that Schubert was gloomy and depressed, and when asked the reason replied, "Come to Schober's today and I will play you a cycle of terrifying songs; they have affected me more than has ever been the case with any other songs." Although some individual songs are sometimes included separately in recitals (e.g. 16. Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, which has been interpreted by all the leading male and female singers, is widely regarded as the peak of Lieder singing. Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Winterreise Ian Bostridge (tenor) Thomas Adès (piano) rec. The mysterious and ominous nature of the musician, along with the question posed in the last lines, leave the fate of the wanderer open to interpretation. Winterreise, (German: “Winter Journey”) cycle of 24 songs for male voice and piano composed in 1827 by Austrian composer Franz Schubert, with words by German poet Wilhelm Müller.

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