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. 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. Winterreise (Winter Journey) is a song cycle for voice and piano by Franz Schubert (D. 911, published as Op. Zyklushälfte bildet das Lied „Einsamkeit". 8. Gefror’ne Tränen 4. Im Dorfe Ziemlich schnell C minor Der Lindenbaum. “Zur Müllerin hin / so lautet der Sinn?” Power Structures in the Performance Tradition of Franz Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise. Franz Peter Schubert was an late Classical and early Romantic composer. "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. 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. Am Brunnen vor dem Tore 6. 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… Der Wind spielt mit der Wetterfahne 3. Erstarrung 5. Die Post 4. Schubert died in 1828, the same year that Winterreise was published. Song ; Franz Schubert's song ; The origin of Schubert's song cycles -- Individual songs from the two cycles. 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. 1979 00:20 1. Listen free to Franz Schubert – Winterreise (Gute Nacht, Die Wetterfahne and more). Der stürmische Morgen Although some individual songs are sometimes included separately in recitals (e.g. Gefror’ne Tränen 4. He then, with a voice full of feeling, sang the entire Winterreise for us. The narrator of these 24 songs has forgone all that might be called home to him – a lover, family, and community. All twenty-four pieces in the song cycle share similar themes, metaphors, and central conflicts. Song ; Franz Schubert's song ; The origin of Schubert's song cycles -- Individual songs from the two cycles. Die schöne Müllerin had become central to the performing repertoire and partnership of Schubert with his friend, the baritone singer Johann Michael Vogl, who introduced Schubert's songs to many people in their tours through Austria in the mid-1820s. only minor changes in text and word order. 131 (Drei Lieder) no. 131 (Drei Lieder) no. Both were originally written for tenor voice but are frequently transposed to other vocal ranges, a precedent set by Schubert himself. Der greise Kopf Mut 15. 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. Schubert was reviewing the publisher’s proofs of the cycle in the weeks before his death, shortly before his 32nd Franz Schubert (1797-1828) - Winterreise (Winter Journey, D 911, Op. Täuschung Winterreise was written in two parts and is about a heartbroken man. He comes across a village, passes a crossroads, and arrives at a cemetery. Introduction. Schubert found the first 12 Winterreise poems in Urania, an anthology of new German-language poetry. 7. 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. WINTERREISE von Franz Schubert (Liedtexte) Gute Nacht Fremd bin ich eingezogen,Fremd zieh' ich wieder aus. It is not surprising to hear of Schubert's haggard look in the Winterreise period; but not depression, rather a kind of sacred exhilaration... we see him practically gasping with fearful joy over his tragic Winterreise – at his luck in the subject, at the beauty of the chance which brought him his collaborator back, at the countless fresh images provoked by his poetry of fire and snow, of torrent and ice, of scalding and frozen tears. 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… Owing to the two stages of composition, Schubert's order in the song-cycle preserves the integrity of the cycle of the first twelve poems published and appends the twelve new poems as a Fortsetzung (Continuation), following Müller's order (if one excludes the poems already set) with the one exception of switching "Die Nebensonnen" and "Mut!". Franz Schubert - „Die Winterreise" Schuberts „Winterreise" ist im Herbst 1827 vollendet worden, doch 12 der 24 Lieder wurden schon zuvor veröffentlicht. 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. The two seemingly never met, although it is possible that the poet knew of the Müllerin settings. After his beloved falls for another, the grief-stricken young man steals away from town at night and follows the river and steep ways to a coal burner's hut, where he rests before moving on. 89 Nr. Die Wetterfahne 3. by-line translations that were as faithful to the original text as possible. Lieder, Die Winterreise. Der Lindenbaum, op. The first twelve poems were published separately in 1823 and the cycle was published in full in 1824. “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. Finally he encounters a derelict street musician, the first and only instance in the cycle in which another character is present. 5, D 911 no. Thereupon Schubert leaped up and replied: "These songs please me more than all the rest, and in time they will please you as well. Winterreise was composed in two parts, each with twelve songs, the first part in February 1827 and the second in October 1827. Müller's poems were published in 1823/4 and Schubert set them to music during 1827, Müller's death year. De eerste "Abtheilung" van twaalf liederen werd voltooid in februari 1827, de tweede met de overige twaalf in oktober van dat jaar. Auf dem Flusse Die Winterreise: Die Post / The Post 14. In Winterreise Schubert raises the importance of the pianist to a role equal to that of the singer. Gute Nacht 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. The composer of the Winterreise may have gone hungry to bed, but he was a happy artist.[10]. 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. 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". English translations by William Mann, used here with permission. Stuttgart : P. Reclam, 1975 Includes bibliographical references Introduction. For those who cherish the Art of Song, the release of a new recording of Winterreise … 6. [13] Over the course of the cycle, grief over lost love progressively gives way to more general existential despair and resignation – the beloved is last directly mentioned only halfway into the work – and the literal winter's journey is arguably at least in part allegorical for this psychological and spiritual one. 1. A textual analysis of the song-cycle 'Die Winterreise' by Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert. Der Lindenbaum 17:38 6. The music still allows Schubert’s themes and motifs to ring out, but it treats them with complete freedom. Wintry imagery of cold, darkness, and barrenness consistently serve to mirror the feelings of the isolated wanderer. 18. Die "Winterreise" erscheint als Gedichtsammlung in einer Zeitschrift, die im österreichischen Polizei- und Überwachungsstaat der Schubert-Zeit verboten wird. 5, D 911 no. Gefror'ne Tränen 09:56 4. 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. 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 (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. Die Winterreise. In 12 Liedern in an almanack (Urania. All twenty-four pieces in the song cycle share similar themes, metaphors, and central conflicts. Auch die Lektüre ist strafbar. Ich kann zu meiner Reisen Nicht wählen mit der Zeit, Muss selbst den Weg mir weisen In dieser Dunkelheit. Schubert was reviewing the publisher’s proofs of the cycle in the weeks before his death, shortly before his 32nd 3. The cycle consists of a monodrama from the point of view of the wandering protagonist, in which concrete plot is somewhat ambiguous. Es setzt somit auch eine Art vorläufiges Ende. "; "Der Leiermann".[6]. Der du so lustig rauschtest 8. Translation of: Franz Schubert, Die schöne Müllerin, Winterreise. Gefror’ne Tränen 4. De eerste "Abtheilung" van twaalf liederen werd voltooid in februari 1827, de tweede met de overige twaalf in oktober van dat jaar. Gute Nacht (Winterreise) Songtext von Franz Schubert mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com Franz Schubert: Winterreise, D. 911, Poetry by Willhelm Müller. Schlußpunkt dieser 1. Winterreise is een cyclus van 24 liederen van Franz Schubert . 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 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". 89 Nr. The narrator is weak, torn, and mentally unstable for his travels. Es brennt mir unter beiden Sohlen 9. Cycle of 24 songs, set to poems by Wilhelm Müller. About. only minor changes in text and word order. Im Dorfe (In the village) from Winterreise ; Rückblick (Glance back) from Winterreise ; Halt! Schubert composed Winterreise while he was dying of syphilis and the darkness and melancholy is prevalent throughout the song cycle. 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 … “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. < back to video pages Every song in the two-part cycle of 24 settings of poems by Wilhelm Müller throws a brilliant light on successive … A textual analysis of the song-cycle 'Die Winterreise' by Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert. 89 no. Retrieved 1 July Am Grabe Anselmos D. Schubert, on the other hand, predominantly used rhythm or melody in the piano writing which served to illustrate the setting of the text. 1. Two pieces in particular are Rast (Rest) and Einsamkeit (Solitude). Polydor-Odeon, only songs 1, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24); cf. Schubert died in 1828, the same year that Winterreise was published. It is a compilation of 24 short films that exists as a live performance version and a gallery version. Müller's poems were published in 1823/4 and Schubert set … [7], Many have attempted to explain the reason Schubert composed Winterreise. Winterreise, D.911 (Schubert, Franz) Etwas langsam B minor also version in A minor Text Incipit 1. It is a compilation of 24 short films that exists as a live performance version and a gallery version. He died just as Schubert was beginning work on Winterreise. Die Wetterfahne Wasserflut 7. Das Mädchen sprach von Liebe,Die Mutter gar von Eh', - Nun ist die Welt so trübe,Der Weg gehüllt in Schnee. In 12 Liedern. 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. The text are poems by Wilhelm Müller who died in the year that Schubert wrote Winterreise. by-line translations that were as faithful to the original text as possible. They suggest, both directly and indirectly, themes of … The text in Fruhlingstraum speaks …show more content… 25, 1823). 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. Francisco Araiza tenor and Jean Lemaire (2014 Arthaus) coupled with Schumann's Dichterliebe/studio recording. 1-24, Vienna 1827 translation: Celia Sgroi 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. [12], Elena Gerhardt said of the Winterreise, "You have to be haunted by this cycle to be able to sing it."[11]. [3] It was after he set these, in February 1827, that he discovered the full series of poems in Müller's book of 1824, Poems from the posthumous papers of a travelling horn-player, dedicated to the composer Carl Maria von Weber (godfather of Müller's son F. Max Müller), "as a pledge of his friendship and admiration". Although Schubert did create other works, optimistic in tone, after the composition of the cycle in 1827, his friend Josef von Spaun main Schubert made his Die Winterreise Franz Schubert. Die Krähe The one outstanding visual aspect one can notice about him is how utterly immersed and passionate he … posth. 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 wrote Winterreise in 1827, about a year before his death. 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 … 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. The two seemingly never met, although it is possible that the poet knew of the Müllerin settings. 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." Their pictures have an amazing, sensual beauty, modern and timeless alike. The music still allows Schubert’s themes and motifs to ring out, but it treats them with complete freedom. 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Fremd bin ich eingezogen, Fremd zieh' ich wieder aus. 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. Schubert and Müller For a review of Schubert's life there are many sites you can visit on the web. < back to video pages Das Wirtshaus Frühlingstraum Winterreise is een cyclus van 24 liederen van Franz Schubert . Schubert found the first twelve poems under the title Wanderlieder von Wilhelm Müller. 20. Die Wetterfahne 3. Rückblick 19. About. Die Winterreise Franz Schubert. 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. Die Winterreise: Rückblick / Retrospect 9. 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: . Ich such’ im Schnee vergebens 5. Conal Morrison and Conor Linehan combined songs from. [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]. The text in Fruhlingstraum speaks …show more content… live, September 2018, Wigmore Hall, London PENTATONE PTC5186764 [72:26]. The Berlin-based photographers Kass Kara have portrayed the winter journey in unusual photos. Translations from the booklet of Thomas Hampson’s recording of Winterreise (EMI/Warner Classics, 1997) 1. Although Schubert did create other works, optimistic in tone, after the composition of the cycle in 1827, his friend Josef von Spaun main This website uses cookies so that we can provide you with the best user experience possible. 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. 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.

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