Translations from the booklet of Thomas Hampson’s recording of Winterreise (EMI/Warner Classics, 1997) 1. Every song in the two-part cycle of 24 settings of poems by Wilhelm Müller throws a brilliant light on successive scenes, moments and thoughts in … Columbia CXS 1222, CX 1223, reissued as Seraphim IC-6051 with, HMV ALP 1298/9, recorded 13–14 January 1955, issued November 1955; following, HMV ALP 2001/2, ASD 551/2, recorded 16–17 November 1962, sleeve notes by, DGG LP 2720 059, CD 437 237-2, recorded August 1971, DGG LP 2707 118, CD 439 432-2, recorded 1979, Sony Classical CD SK48237, recorded July 1990, Franz Liszt's treatments of the works of other composers, Versions of Works by Others (Liszt, Franz), Franz Liszt: The Schubert Song Transcriptions for Solo Piano: Series II: The Complete Winterreise and Seven other Great Songs, "Classical Music Listening and Downloading - ClassicsOnline", "Schubert: Winterreise / Christian Elsner, Henschel Quartet", "Bekannte Tour durch eine neue Klangwelt", "Die Winterreise, by William Schimmel and Corn Mo", "Pianist Christopher Glynn on Schubert in English: 'this new translation never walks on stilts, "Music; A Journey Through the Bleakest of Winters", "Ian Bostridge (tenor) Julius Drake (piano)", http://www.harmoniamundi.com/#!/albums/2309, International Music Score Library Project, The complete text, spoken in German, at librivox.org (N. 20), lottelehmannleague.org/singing-sins-archive, List of compositions by Franz Schubert by genre, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Winterreise&oldid=989821067, Musical settings of poems by Wilhelm Müller, Wikipedia articles needing factual verification from November 2020, Articles with incomplete citations from August 2019, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2020, Articles with International Music Score Library Project links, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz work identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat-VIAF identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Der Mai war mir gewogen,Mit manchem Blumenstrauß. “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. In this edition the key relationships are preserved: only one transposition is applied to the whole cycle. Cookie information is stored in your browser and performs functions such as recognising you when you return to our website and helping our team to understand which sections of … posth. Conal Morrison and Conor Linehan combined songs from. English translations by William Mann, used here with permission. About. Gefror’ne Tropfen fallen 4. Die Wetterfahne 3. Translation © 1997, William Mann, used here with permission, Franz Schubert: Winterreise, D. 911, Poetry by Willhelm Müller, English translations by William Mann, used here with permission, Translations from the booklet of Thomas Hampson’s recording of Winterreise (EMI/Warner Classics, 1997), 1. 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. Although some individual songs are sometimes included separately in recitals (e.g. Gefror’ne Tränen 4. 89, 1828). Translation of: Franz Schubert, Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise. Their pictures have an amazing, sensual beauty, modern and timeless alike. A textual analysis of the song-cycle 'Die Winterreise' by Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert. 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. 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. [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. 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 24 tracks (). Es setzt somit auch eine Art vorläufiges Ende. Fremd bin ich eingezogen 2. In Winterreise Schubert raises the importance of the pianist to a role equal to that of the singer. 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." The text in Fruhlingstraum speaks …show more content… On 4 March 1827, Schubert invited a group of friends to his lodgings intending to sing the first group of songs, but he was out when they arrived, and the event was postponed until later in the year, when the full performance was given.[4]. An English translation of Schubert’s Die Winterreise, settings of poems by Wilhelm Müller and a synopsis of the story told by the poems. Rast 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. Müller (Wilhelm), 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. Das Mädchen sprach von Liebe,Die Mutter gar von Eh', - Nun ist die Welt so trübe,Der Weg gehüllt in Schnee. Gute Nacht 2. Here, there is no singer; instead, the text is recited. Although Schubert did create other works, optimistic in tone, after the composition of the cycle in 1827, his friend Josef von Spaun main Cycle of 24 songs, set to poems by Wilhelm Müller. 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 Erstarrung 5. Erstarrung 12:46 5. Winterreise: Schubert and Müller in Perfect Harmony. 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. Weber died in 1826. 7. 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… Winterreise op. 1979 00:20 1. “Zur Müllerin hin / so lautet der Sinn?” Power Structures in the Performance Tradition of Franz Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise. The resources of intellect and interpretative power required to deliver them, in the chamber or concert hall, challenge the greatest singers. by-line translations that were as faithful to the original text as possible. Das Wirtshaus The two Schubert cycles (primarily for male voice), of which Winterreise is the more mature, are absolute fundamentals of the German Lied, and have strongly influenced not only the style but also the vocal method and technique in German classical music as a whole. Finally he encounters a derelict street musician, the first and only instance in the cycle in which another character is present. Wasserflut 7. 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. Schubert was reviewing the publisher’s proofs of the cycle in the weeks before his death, shortly before his 32nd Fremd bin ich eingezogen, Fremd zieh ich wieder aus. Schubert found the first 12 Winterreise poems in Urania, an anthology of new German-language poetry. A few of the songs differ in the autograph and a copy with Schubert's corrections. Gute Nacht (Winterreise) Songtext von Franz Schubert mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com Frühlingstraum Müller's poems were published in 1823/4 and Schubert set … 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. Der greise Kopf Im Dorfe (In the village) from Winterreise ; Rückblick (Glance back) from Winterreise ; Halt! [1] 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.[2]. Die Winterreise: Irrlicht / Will O' The Wisp 10. Listen free to Franz Schubert – Winterreise (Gute Nacht, Die Wetterfahne and more). 131 (Drei Lieder) no. "Gute Nacht", "Der Lindenbaum" and "Der Leiermann"), it is a work which is usually presented in its entirety. only minor changes in text and word order. 22. Einsamkeit Sign-up for our newsletter and stay up to date on upcoming 'Song of America' events and new online resources! only minor changes in text and word order. Wintry imagery of cold, darkness, and barrenness consistently serve to mirror the feelings of the isolated wanderer. The narrator is weak, torn, and mentally unstable for his travels. About. 12. The twenty-four poems of Die Winterreise were written in 1821 and 1822. Es zieht ein Mondenschatten Als mein Gefährte mit, Und au… Winterreise is een cyclus van 24 liederen van Franz Schubert . Gute Nacht 2. He comes across a village, passes a crossroads, and arrives at a cemetery. Winterreise är en diktcykel som består av 24 dikter av Wilhelm Müller och som framför allt är känd som en sångcykel (D 911) för mansröst och piano komponerad av Franz Schubert och publicerad 1827 med opusnummer 89. Winterreise is een cyclus van 24 liederen van Franz Schubert . [7], Many have attempted to explain the reason Schubert composed Winterreise. Two pieces in particular are Rast (Rest) and Einsamkeit (Solitude). 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"). However, he had heard the whole cycle performed by Vogl (which received a much more enthusiastic reception),[11] though he did not live to see the final publication, nor the opinion of the Wiener Theaterzeitung: Müller is naive, sentimental, and sets against outward nature a parallel of some passionate soul-state which takes its colour and significance from the former. Translation of: Franz Schubert, Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise. Franz Peter Schubert was an late Classical and early Romantic composer. Die Nebensonnen 17. Die Post 5, D 911 no. Auf dem Flusse Die Wetterfahne 07:33 3. Der Lindenbaum 6. 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. 3. 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. Gute Nacht 05:43 2. 2. 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 … 5 (in Winterreise) (Text: Wilhelm Müller) AFR CAT CHI DUT ENG ENG ENG ENG FIN FRE FRI GRE HEB IRI ITA KOR SPA SPA SPA; Der Mondabend, op. Schuberts "Winterreise" Hans Zenders komponierte Interpretation Der Komponist Hans Zender und das Ensemble Modern waren einander verbunden. Stuttgart : P. Reclam, 1975 Includes bibliographical references Introduction. 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. Polydor-Odeon, only songs 1, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24); cf. Joyce DiDonato is far from the first singer to rethink Schubert’s “Winterreise.” This song cycle of spurned love and frosty anguish is by now a well-trod rite of passage for recitalists. Die Winterreise: Frühlingstraum/ A Dream Of Springtime 12. The composer of the Winterreise may have gone hungry to bed, but he was a happy artist.[10]. Müller was an almost exact and equally short-lived contemporary of Schubert. Die "Winterreise" erscheint als Gedichtsammlung in einer Zeitschrift, die im österreichischen Polizei- und Überwachungsstaat der Schubert-Zeit verboten wird. 21. This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. Both Spaun and Mayrhofer describe the period of the composition of Winterreise as one in which Schubert was in a deeply melancholic frame of mind, as Mayrhofer puts it, because "life had lost its rosiness and winter was upon him." Taschenbuch auf das Jahr 1823) published in Leipzig in 1823. Schubert wrote Winterreise in 1827, about a year before his death. 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'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. Ziemlich schnell C minor Der Lindenbaum. Die Winterreise: Rückblick / Retrospect 9. Det är den andra av Schuberts två stora sångcykler till texter av Müller. The narrator of these 24 songs has forgone all that might be called home to him – a lover, family, and community. 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. In die tiefsten Felsengründe 10. Lieder, Franz Schubert’s vocal cycle Winterreise, tells the story of a man who has embarked on a long winters journey. Introduction. In 12 Liedern in an almanack (Urania. Pentaèdre (Danièle Bourget, Martin Charpentier, Normand Forget, Louis-Philippe Marsolais, Mathieu Lussier). It is the second of Schubert's two great song cycles on Müller's poems, the earlier being Die schöne Müllerin (D. 795, Op. “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. 10. Schubert found the first twelve poems under the title Wanderlieder von Wilhelm Müller. Winterreise. 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. Der Leiermann. Here, there is no singer; instead, the text is recited. < back to video pages Es brennt mir unter beiden Sohlen 9. The printer's proofs of the second part of Die Winterreise were corrected by the composer on his deathbed. The narrator of these 24 songs has forgone all that might be called home to him – a lover, family, and community. [33] In 1994 Polish poet Stanisław Barańczak published his poems, entitled Podróż zimowa, which – apart from one translation of a work by Müller – were inspired by Schubert's music.[34]. Other themes regularly return in his trove of lieder, however, which are also represented Schubert first discovered Heine’s recently published Buch der Lieder early in 1828 at reading parties led by … He died just as Schubert was beginning work on Winterreise. Of interest here, however, is the fact that he changed Müller's title for Die Winterreise to, simply, Winterreise. Franz SCHUBERT (1797-1828) Winterreise Ian Bostridge (tenor) Thomas Adès (piano) rec. Irrlicht The one outstanding visual aspect one can notice about him is how utterly immersed and passionate he … Die Wetterfahne WINTERREISE von Franz Schubert (Liedtexte) Gute Nacht Fremd bin ich eingezogen,Fremd zieh' ich wieder aus. Am Brunnen vor dem Tore 6. Die Winterreise: Der Greise Kopf / The Grey Head 15. 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 Written for tenor, it can nevertheless be sung successfully by a voice in any range. Franz Schubert’s vocal cycle Winterreise, tells the story of a man who has embarked on a long winters journey. The text consists of poems by Wilhelm Müller. Darrell 1936, p. 414. 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. Schubert made a few changes to Müller's text, which we shall discuss in detail in our notes on the individual poems. "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. 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. 1 Müller (Urania), and Schubert: "Daß" 2 Müller (Urania), and Schubert: "Schreib' im Vorübergehen" 3 Müller (Urania), and Schubert: "dir" 4 Schubert: "An dich hab' ich" Research team for this text: Ofer Sheinberg , Peter Rastl [Guest Editor] Although Schubert did create other works, optimistic in tone, after the composition of the cycle in 1827, his friend Josef von Spaun main Die Wetterfahne 3. live, September 2018, Wigmore Hall, London PENTATONE PTC5186764 [72:26]. Erstarrung 5. Der Lindenbaum 17:38 6. Gefror’ne Tränen Please find poems and translations in ‘bibliography + text'. A new version of the entire cycle for voice and accordion (2014) features indie rock singer Corn Mo and accordionist William Schimmel. 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). Winterreise was written in two parts and is about a heartbroken man. posth. 1. 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. 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. 19. Die Krähe Song Texts & Translations, 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). Thus, Schubert's numbers would run 1–5, 13, 6–8, 14–21, 9–10, 23, 11–12, 22, 24, a sequence occasionally attempted by Hans Joachim Moser and Günther Baum. Der Lindenbaum, op. Letzte Hoffnung 5. Gefror'ne Tränen 09:56 4. The narrator is weak, torn, and mentally unstable for his travels. De eerste "Abtheilung" van twaalf liederen werd voltooid in februari 1827, de tweede met de overige twaalf in oktober van dat jaar.
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