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Automatic sequence; side 4 left blank. Program notes, biographical note by Gerald Moore, and texts, with English translations [8] p. Audio Recording Winterreise : D. Title from disc label. Matthias Goerne, baritone ; Christoph Eschenbach, piano. Recorded January Teldex Studio Berlin. Recorded May Teldex Studio Berlin. Program notes by Christophe Ghristi in French with English and German translations, and song texts with English and French translations 49 pages : portraits inserted in container.

Audio Recording Der Winterreise op.

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Name of pianist from Gramophone Shop encyclopedia of recorded music, p. Includes notes [16] p. Recorded Nov. Program notes by W. Brockway on container. Recorded in the Kirche Seon, Heidelberg, June Distributor from label on container.

Fritz Wunderlich; "Die schöne Müllerin"; (1957); Franz Schubert

Digital recording. Program notes by Karl Schumann with English and French translations, and texts bound in.


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Additional no. The 1st work from a song cycle by Schubert, the 2nd a song by Glinka. Recorded in St. Acoustic recording vertically cut; center start. From the Library of Congress Berger Collection. Winterreise, D. All selections except 5 have been previously released. Biographical notes on the performers on container. Thomas Quasthoff, baritone ; Justus Zeyen, piano.


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Recorded July, , Teldex Studio, Berlin. Program notes by Thomas Voigt and texts with English translations [20] p.

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Audio Recording Oh! Sung in German, French, and English. Biographical note in Sung in German principally , Danish, and Norwegian. Koppel 2nd-3rd, 5thth works , Folmer Jensen 11thth works , piano.

Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin

Recorded between and Herman David - Moore, Gerald Date: Audio Recording Inaugural concert Sept. Catalog Record Only The 1st work formerly atttributed to J. The 2nd work sung in German. Title from original containers; cataloged from audition, containers, and other reference sources. Program notes in English and texts in English and German 23 p. Sung in English. Shura Gehrman, bass ; Nina Walker, piano.

Analog recording. Lyrics in English and German [20] p.

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Andreas Schmidt, baritone ; Rudolf Jansen, piano. Program notes in English; text of songs in German with English translation 16 p. Song cycle. Recorded originally in , Ungeduld, in Biographical notes by Curtis F. Brown on slipcase; texts, with English translations by Anne Grossman [4] p. Christopher Norton-Welsh, baritone ; Gordon Kirkwood, fortepiano. Recorded in England. Audio Recording Die Winterreise : D. Originally issued in Hermann Prey, baritone ; Karl Engel, piano. Recorded October Gemeindehaus, Berlin.

Program notes in English and German, and German texts 16 p. Audio Recording Die winterreise, op. Texts with English translation by Phillip L. Miller [8] p. Audio Recording Winterreise, D. Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone ; Imogen Cooper, piano. Total duration: Program notes by Peter Branscombe and text with English translations inserted in container.

Ian Partridge, tenor ; Jennifer Partridge, piano. Program notes by Paul Hamburger on container; texts with English translation [4] p. Audio Recording Naturally Schubert Catalog Record Only The 1st work for piano, violin, viola, cello, and double bass; the 2nd work for piano quartet; the 3rd work for soprano, clarinet, and piano; the 4th and 5th works originally for voice and piano, arranged for piano by Liszt.

The 3rd work sung in German. Date: Audio Recording Schwanengesang D.

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Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone ; Alfred Brendel, piano. Recorded in Sept. Program notes by Jens Markowsky and biographical notes on the performers in English, and text in English and German [19] p. Francisco Araiza, tenor ; Irwin Gage, piano. German text with English and French translations 9 p. Issued also as cassette and compact disc. Program notes, durations and texts laid in container. Richard Tauber, tenor ; Mischa Spoliansky, piano. Parallel title on container: Winterreise. Jakob Staempfli, bass ; Eke Mendez, piano. Recorded June , Thun.

Thomas Allen, baritone ; Roger Vignoles, piano. Booklet containing German song texts with English and French translations, and English program notes with French and German translations 39 pages : illustrations Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone ; Klaus Billing, piano. Why dost thou turn thy head away, As though something aggrieves thee Thickly grow florets by the brook, With bright blue eyes they stand and look; The brook's the miller's friend e'er true We sat cozily by each other Neath cooling alder trees, We gazed so silently together Brooklet, let thy rushing be!

Mill-wheels, let thy roaring cease! I no longer know how to force the rhymes A pity about that pretty green ribbon, Just fading here on the wall-- I like green so much! So you said, dearest, to me just today; What then does a hunter want here, by the millstream?

Stay, impudent hunter, in your own territory! There is no game here for you to hunt; Where to so fast, so muddled and wild, my dear stream? Do you race full of rage after that cheeky Brother Hunter? I wish to clothe myself in green, In the green of weeping willows; My sweetie is so fond of green. I'd like to wander out into the world, Out into the wide world; If only it weren't so green, so green All you dear flowers That she gave me, You shall be laid In my grave beside me The Miller: When a faithful heart Expires from love, Then Lilies wither In all their beds Sweetest sleep, sweet repose!

Let thine eyelids close!