Nonfiction television programs
|提及的人：||Wilhelm Müller; Wilhelm Müller|
Franz Schubert; Peter Pears; Benjamin Britten; John Culshaw; Humphrey Burton; Walter Todds; Barrie Gavin; Harald Gericke; Wilhelm Müller; Henry Purcell; Decca Record Company.; BBC Two (Television station : London, England)
|语言注释：||Sung in German (Schubert) and English (remainder).|
|注意：||For piano and voice; the 2nd work (Purcell) arr. by Britten.
Text of Winterreise by Wilhelm Müller.
Title from container.
Program notes in English, French and German and text of 1st work in German with English translation (27 p. : port.) inserted in container.
|制作人员：||Producers, John Culshaw (Schubert), Humphrey Burton and Walter Todds (Purcell, Britten), Barrie Gavin (bonus feature) ; DVD producer, Harald Gericke.|
|演员：||Peter Pears, tenor ; Benjamin Britten, piano.|
|活动注释：||Recorded Sept. 9-11, 1970 at Snape Maltings and first broadcast Nov. 15, 1970 (Schubert); recorded at Riverside Studios, London and first broadcast June 21, 1964, (Purcell, Britten); first broadcast Sept. 1968 (bonus feature).|
|描述：||1 videodisc (106 min.) : sound, black and white, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|详述：||DVD; aspect ratio: 4:3; NTSC; LPCM mono. and enhanced Dolby mono.|
|内容：||Winterreise, D911 = Winter journey / Franz Schubert (1:20:00) --
Man is for the woman made / Henry Purcell, arr. Benjamin Britten --
Folksong arrangements / Britten (26:00) --
Bonus feature: Peter Pears and Benjamin Britten discuss Winterreise (13:00).
|责任：||Schubert. Folk songs / Britten.|
Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears were justly celebrated as outstanding interpreters of both English song and German Lieder. Both artists are at the peak of their interpretive powers in these two classic BBC films; a studio recital of Britten's arrangements of traditional English folksongs and a specially staged performance of Schubert's great song cycle Winterreise.