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Dichterliebe, Opus 48. A Cycle of 16 Songs (G. & E.) - Low

A Cycle of 16 Songs

By Robert Schumann

Low voice and piano (low voice)
A Cycle of 16 Songs. Composed by Robert Schumann. Edited by Sergius Kagen. Text Langauge: German & English. Vocal score. With Language: German and English. International Music Co. #1825. Published by International Music Co. (IM.1825).

Item Number: IM.1825

  • Dichterliebe, Op. 48 
  • 21. Im wunderschonen Monat Mai  
  • 22. Aus meinen Tranen  
  • 23. Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube  
  • 24. Wenn ich in deine Augen seh'  
  • 25. Ich will meine Seele  
  • 26. Im Rhein, im heiligen Strome  
  • 27. Ich grolle nicht  
  • 28. Und wussten's die Blumen  
  • 29. Das ist ein Floten und Geigen  
  • 30. Hor ich das Liedchen klingen  
  • 31. Ein Jungling liebt Madchen  
  • 32. Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen  
  • 33. Ich hab'im Traum geweinet  
  • 34. Allnachtlich im Traume  
  • 35. Aus alten Marchen  
  • 36. Die alten, bosen Lieder 

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  • 5

    Portland OR
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  • November 13, 2008 Useful edition of Beautitful music

    I'm rather new to lieder, yet I find a number of these achingly beautiful (e.g. #1 and 2), and approachable in my second year of voice study (I have played instruments for years). This edition is clearly printed and provides good translations (so you are know what you...

    are singing if you don't speak German). The transpostions for low voice seem consistent so that the overall tonality of the song cycle is preserved.

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  • 5

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  • November 16, 2007 Wide Range and Lots of Subtlety

    First of all, I am a pre-professional early music/romantic countertenor singing the Dichterliebe, so interpretations could be colored by that. The range is quite vast: from low G to high F(G optional). Schumann, however, understands the qualities of the voice and uses this for expressional purposes. Otherwise...

    , the Dictherliebe can be reasonably easily performed on a superficial level. There are some ensemble issues that need to be resolved. If one wishes to delve deeper, the substance is definately there. Irony is particularly prevalent throughout the entire work. The work is spectatular, and like all great works comes with a bag of challenges to overcome.

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