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Schubert's song sets

Author: Michael Hall
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, [2018].
Series: Routledge revivals.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This title was first published in 2003. From 1821 until his death, Schubert compiled or specially composed for publication 42 song sets, yet during his own lifetime, and until now, their integrity and importance as sets have been virtually ignored. In this book, Michael Hall asserts that these songs sets are not arbitrary collections, as so often assumed, but highly integrated works in their own right. Approaching  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Franz Schubert; Franz Schubert
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Hall
ISBN: 9781315192529 1315192527
OCLC Number: 1020789726
Notes: "First published 2003 by Ashgate Publishing."
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Chapter Introduction --
part Part One Sets with opus numbers assigned by Schubert --
chapter Opages 3 Schäfers Klagelied, Meeres Stille, Heidenröslein, Jägers Abendlied --
chapter Opages 4 Der Wanderer D489, Morgenlied, Wandrers Nachtlied I --
chapter Opages 5 Rastlose Liebe, Nähe des Geliebten, Der Fischer, Erster Verlust, Der König in Thule --
chapter Opages 6 Memnon, Antigone und Oedip, Am Grabe Anselmos --
chapter Opages 7 Die abgeblühte Linde, Der Flug der Zeit, Der Tod und das Mädchen --
chapter Opages 8 Der Jüngling auf dem Hügel, Sehnsucht, Erlafsee, Am Strome --
chapter Opages 12 Gesñge der Harfners aus 'Wilhelm Meister' (Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt, Wer nie sein Brot mit Trñen ass, An die Türen will ich schleichen) --
chapter Opages 13 Der Schäfer und der Reiter, Lob der Trñen, Der Alpenjäger --
chapter Opages 14 Suleika I, Geheimes --
chapter Opages 19 An Schwager Kronos, An Mignon, Ganymed --
chapter Opages 20 Sei mir gegrüsst, Frühlingsglaube, Hñflings Liebeswerbung --
chapter Opages 21 Auf der Donau, Der Schiffer, Wie Ulfru fischt --
chapter Opages 22 Der Zwerg, Wehmut --
chapter Opages 23 Die Liebe hat gelogen, Selige Welt, Schwanengesang, Schatzgräbers Begehr --
chapter Opages 24 Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, Schlaflied --
chapter Opages 36 Der zürnenden Diana, Nachtstück --
chapter Opages 37 Der Pilgrim, Der Alpenjäger --
chapter Opages 43 Die junge Nonne, Nacht und Träume / Opages 52 Sieben Gesñge aus Walter Scotts {u2018}Fräulein vom See{u2019} --
chapter Opages 52 Sieben Gesñge aus Walter Scotts 'Fräulein vom See' (Ellens Gesang I: Raste Krieger, Ellens Gesang II: Jäger, ruhe, Bootgesang, Coronach, Normans Gesang, Ellens Gesang III: Ave Maria, Lied des gefangenen Jägers) --
chapter Opages 56 Willkommen und Abschied, An die Leier, Im Haine --
chapter Opages 57 Der Schmetterling, Die Berge, An den Mond --
chapter Opages 58 Hektors Abschied, An Emma, Des Mädchens Klage --
chapter Opages 59 Du liebst mich nicht, Dass sie hier gewesen, Du bist die Ruh, Lachen und Weinen --
chapter Opages 60 Greisengesang, Dithyrambe --
chapter Opages 62 Gesñge aus Wilhelm Meister (Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt Nos 1 and 4, Heiss mich nicht reden, So lasst mich scheinen) --
chapter Opages 65 Lied eiwes Schiffers an die Dioskuren, Der Wanderer D649, Heliopolis I --
chapter Opages 79 Das Heimweh, Die Allmacht --
chapter Opages 80 Der Wanderer an den Mond, Das Zügenglöcklein, Im Freien --
chapter Opages 81 Alinde, Aw die Laute, Zur guten Nacht --
chapter Opages 83 L'incanto degli occhi, Il traditor deluso, Il modo di prender moglie --
chapter Opages 85 Lied der Awwe Lyle, Gesang der N orna --
chapter Opages 87 Der Unglückliche, Hoffnung, Der Jungling am Bache --
chapter Opages 88 Abendlied für die Entfernte, Thekla (eine Geisterstimme), Um Mitternacht, An die Musik --
chapter Opages 92 Der Musensohn, Auf dem See, Geistes-Gruss --
chapter Opages 93 7m Wdlde, A uf der Briicke --
chapter Opages 95 Vier Refrainlieder (Die Unterscheidung, Bei dir allein, Die Mñner sind méchant, Irdisches Glück) --
chapter Opages 96 Die Sterne, Jägers Liebeslied, Wandrers Nachtlied II, Fischerweise --
chapter Opages 98 Aw die Nachtigall, Wiegenlied D498, Iphigenia --
chapter Opages 105 Widerspruch, Wiegenlied D867, Am Eenster, Sehnsucht --
chapter Opages 106 Heimliches Lieben, Das Weinen, Vor meiner Wiege, An Silvia --
chapter Opages 108 Über Wildemann, Todesmusik, Die Erscheinung --
part Part Two The Heine set --
chapter The Heine set --
chapter The genesis of the music --
chapter Heine's dual nature --
chapter Schubert's dual nature --
chapter Texts --
chapter The overall musical structure --
chapter The individual songs --
chapter Select bibliography.
Series Title: Routledge revivals.
Responsibility: Michael Hall.

Abstract:

"This title was first published in 2003. From 1821 until his death, Schubert compiled or specially composed for publication 42 song sets, yet during his own lifetime, and until now, their integrity and importance as sets have been virtually ignored. In this book, Michael Hall asserts that these songs sets are not arbitrary collections, as so often assumed, but highly integrated works in their own right. Approaching these songs as sets the book throws light on Schubert's largely undiscussed intellectual preoccupations. They reveal that he was au fait with most of the philosophical concerns of his time, especially those which touched on Romanticism. But although the sets reflect Romanticism in their topics, Hall maintains that they are the epitome of classical balance. In encouraging students and performers to approach these songs as sets, this study aims to alter perceptions of this important repertory."--Provided by publisher.

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