0000006998 00000 n Dichterliebe was originally published by C.F. Dichterliebe (A Poet’s Love) was part of the creative surge of 1840, Schumann’s “year of song”, and the year he married Clara Wieck, during which he produced more than 130 Lieder. Dichterliebe, Op.48 (Schumann, Robert) Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 16 lieder ... Boutarel's text in red ink, Barbier's in crayon Bibliothèque nationale de France, Musique (F-Pn): RES VMA MS-738 Purchase: Javascript is required for this feature. Im wunderschönen Monat Mai (No.1) The sixty-six poems of the Lyric Intermezzo explore the emotions of someone who has just lost a sweetheart, and often these conflicting emotions tangle in the same poem. startxref 0000006174 00000 n 0000006398 00000 n 0000012457 00000 n For those curious about the original 20 song version, there is a facsimile edition of the autograph draft, which includes all 20 songs and some intriguing musical differences from the final published version. The resulting text is, according to Kirschner, not intended as a translation of Heinrich Heine's original but instead a new work based on Schumann's music, text set to music rather than music set to text. Robert Schumann: Poet's Love Op.48: Voice: Vocal Album Schumann fell in love with Clara Wieck, the pianist prodigy daughter of his piano teacher Friedrich Wieck. Wenn ich in deine Augen seh' So schwindet all' mein Leid und Weh; Doch wenn ich küße deinen Mund Schumann's Dichterliebe Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856), Dichterliebe, Op 48. Dichterliebe was also edited by Max Friedländer for their edition of the complete songs and has also been issued by Peters as a … Heinrich Heine was still a young university law student (and, until his conversion from Judaism two years later, still named Harry Heine) when, in 1823, he completed his second collection of poems, Lyric Intermezzo. Note: Brackets indicate where Schumann altered Heine’s original text. Dichterliebe, "A Poet's Love" (composed 1840), is the best-known song cycle of Robert Schumann (Op. The song cycle, titled "Twenty Songs from the Lyric Intermezzo in the Book of Songs for One Singer and Piano," was rejected by at least three different publishers in 1840 and 1843. 0000002542 00000 n Heine's poetry is rooted in riddles, allegories, allusions, dreams and above all ambivalences and contradictions. 0000002408 00000 n Fortunately Orfeo has reissued a Salzburg Festival recital from 1956 with pianist Gerald Moore, accompanied by the Heine half of Schubert's Schwannengesang. 1) Heinrich Heine Im wunderschönen Monat Mai, Als alle Knospen sprangen, Da ist in meinem Herzen . The Danish tenor Aksel Schiøtz made a recording in 1946 for EMI/HMV with Gerald Moore (easily the most important art song accompanist of the 20th century). 0000030862 00000 n 30 0 obj <> endobj earlymusic.bc.ca Text Insert - Schumann’s Dichterliebe and Brahms’ Four Serious Songs Vancouver Bach Festival 2017 3 1 (Op. Robert Schumann. The recital is also available as part of a multi-disc set which includes material from ten years of Salzburg Festival recitals. Ich grolle nicht, und wenn das Herz auch bricht. Schumann continues his knack for creating literary effects in music: the wistful, ambivalent longing of Im wunderschönen Monat Mai is expressed in unsteady harmony veering between major and relative minor before settling on an unresolved dominant seventh chord. 0000039523 00000 n Hyperlinks in the English text show explanations of some concepts long forgotten in the 21st century, or show links to web sites with useful information. Maybe the cunnning craft of Heine's poetry brought something out of Schumann the master miniaturist. CD sheet music set of late Romantic German lieder, the Norton critical edition edited in 1971 by Arthur Komar, Urtext edition of the score edited in 2006 by Kakuzo Ozawa, Aksel Schiøtz, tenor; Gerald Moore, piano, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone; Gerald Moore, piano, Gérard Souzay, baritone; Dalton Baldwin, piano, Christoph Prégardien, tenor; Andreas Staier, hammerflügel, The Complete Poems of Heinrich Heine: a modern English version, Robert Schumann, Words and Music: the vocal compositions, Dichterliebe: nach Gedichten von Heinrich Heine : Opus 48 für Singstimme und Klavier, Dichterliebe: an authoritative score, historical background, essays in analysis, views and comments, on-line music library at the Indiana University School of Music, Robert Schumann: New Edition of the Complete Works, Literary text used in solo songs, part songs, and works for vocal declamation, IPA Source texts and phonetic transcriptions, A guide to musical settings of Heine's poetry, Note: Song numbers refer to the order in Schumann's original 20-song submission; the Opus numbers either indicate the order in the published. <<7C02BF07DD06BD4ABCFFCBBB233F537C>]/Prev 457880>> This song cycle was one of the earlier products of Schumann’s Liederjahr (Year of Song), referring to his nearly exclusive devotion to song composition from 1840-1841, immediately after his marriage to Clara Wieck. (music: Robert Schumann, Dichterliebe; text: Heinrich Heine) The rose and the lily and dove and sun And the little flowers knew I don’t love them anymore The small one, the fine one, the pure one, the only one. Although the text set in the opening song contains no hint of the bitter turmoil awaiting the poet, Schumann’s harmonic and voice-leading procedures skillfully underlay this brief opening movement with a … Heine found his voice as a poet very early in his career, establishing his reputation with his second volume, the Tragödien, nebst einem lyrischen Intermezzo (Tragedies with a Lyric Intermezzo) of 1823. 0000008779 00000 n It was reissued by Breitkopf & Härtel in 1885 as part of a Complete Schumann Edition, edited by Clara Schumann. Wenn ich in deine Augen seh’ Lyrics. Robert Schumann / Peter Schreier, Norman Shetler: Robert Schumann / Peter Schreier, Norman Shetler - Dichterliebe Op. 0000015057 00000 n 0000015126 00000 n 0000014763 00000 n The piano typically carries most of the melody, with extended preludes and postludes that comment on the poems and give voice to thoughts and feelings that the words only decorate. Dichterliebe, 16 Songs on Poems by Heinrich Heine Composed by Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856) English translation found on Lieder.net, by (username) Paul Hindemith 1. 24 ‎ (LP) Deutsche Grammophon: 2530 … 0000004652 00000 n For those adventuresome enough to try to do a consistent transposition, there is now another option. Showing 1 - 10 of 134 results Dichterliebe takes for its texts 16 poems from the "Lyrisches Intermezzo," a section of Heinrich Heine's Buch der Lieder from 1827. Schumann selected twenty of the sixty-six poems of Heine's Lyric Intermezzo, rearranged poem order and altered some texts to create a cylical narrative. In any event, many of Schumann's most beloved songs are set to Heine texts. 0000039228 00000 n Hyperlinks in the German text show places where Schumann altered Heine's texts either by changing words or repeating phrases (leave the cursor over the link to pull up a balloon that describes the difference). Unfortunately, the performance documents how Fischer-Dieskau sometimes took unorthodox chances in his live performances, not always with fully convincing results. Dichterliebe (The loves of a poet, translated by Paul Hindemith) (Dichtersliefde, translated by Jan Rot) (Amore di poeta) (Amors del poeta) (Runoilijanrakkautta) (אהבת משורר, translated by Assaf Levitin) (Amors de poeta, translated by Salvador Pila) (Dichtersliefde, translated by Lau Kanen) (Dichterliebe, translated by Effimia Gianniou) (L'amour du poète, translated by Pierre Mathé), op. The centerpiece of this album is not a performance of Robert Schumann's song cycle Dichterliebe as such, but a new set of English texts by poet Elizabeth Kirschner, fitted to Schumann's music. Following the song-cycles of Franz Schubert (Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise), those of Schumann constitute part of the central core of the genre in musical literature. Last updated: September 1, 2017 by James C.S. The goal of these contradictions is to create a bridge to another world, though it is not clear if the ultimate aim is forgiveness and redemption or bitterness and isolation. Among the period instrument recordings, I like Christoph Prégardien and Andreas Staier's recording on Deutsche Harmonia Mundi. Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube, die Sonne  [sung text checked 1 time] Die Rose, die Lilie, die … 48, Liederkreis Op. Peters. Poem numbers refer to the published order in the first edition of Heine's Buch der Lieder. In addition, some of the awkward piano writing gets even more awkward when the fingers shift positions on the keys. Widely considered his best song cycle, Dichterliebe was composed within a matter of days -- amazingly, during the same month as Schumann's Op. Taken from wikipedia. 73 0 obj <>stream 48 (A Poet's Love) by Robert Schumann (1810-56). Souzay demonstrates his stunningly beautiful vocal tone, meticulous diction and a surprisingly sensitive approach to the text and Baldwin is ever the attentive, sympathetic accompanist. 30 44 0000012775 00000 n 0000007534 00000 n Title Dichterliebe Contributor Names Schumann, Robert -- 1810-1856 Heine, Heinrich -- 1797-1856 Today it is considered one of the great examples of German art song and a challenge required of any tenor or baritone hoping to make his mark in the genre. He completed it in a week. 0000007704 00000 n translation. Peters in Leipzig. Robert Schumann: Dichterliebe Op.48: Mezzo-Soprano or Baritone: Vocal Work Medium voice, Piano IMC (International Music Co.) 15.50 GBP - Sold by Musicroom UK Shipment: (stock) information on site. Schanze, Helmut and Schulte, Krischan, eds. 48. In the wonderfully beautiful month of May In the wonderfully beautiful month of May When all the buds are bursting open, There, from my own heart, Bursts forth my own love. Song List. 24, Liederkreis. %PDF-1.3 %âãÏÓ The Henle Urtext edition is not available in any key other than the original, and the other budget editions also don't respect Schumann's original harmonic design. 0000008510 00000 n Schumann's music is challenging to sing, testing both the highest heights and the lowest depths of a tenor voice. Schumann’s Dichterliebe cycle portrays the psychological unfolding of disappointed love. Harmonia Mundi: HMU907521. Similar items. However, it wasn’t published until 1844, by C.F. Prégardien demonstrates his customary qualities, including scrupulous attention to dynamics and markings, a relatively restrained approach to ritards and rubatos, and a relatively vibrato-free tone which allows him to play up the consonances and dissonances with the piano part. Liu. Translations by James C.S. We must rely on transcriptions from concert performances of the 1950's to hear this pairing. 0000001176 00000 n So even more than in Schubert, it is fairly important to preserve relationships between keys of different songs, and ideally take all the songs down an equal distance. hÞb```b``=ÄÀÆÀÀ~ŠA€€bl,s@. Robert Schumann may have put it best when he wrote, "At certain points in time, (Heine's) poetry dons the mask of irony in order to conceal its visage of pain; perhaps for a moment the friendly hand of a genius may lift that mask so that wild tears may be transformed into pearls.". This anthology became a classic of Romantic German literature and composers began setting his poems to music within a year of the book's publication. Partly, this is because some songs inevitably get transformed into awkward keys with any transposition. A mid or low range voice is even worse off. 0000027396 00000 n This recording of Schumann’s two most famous “canonical” song cycles would seem at first to pair disparate entities. 48, sets 16 poems by Heinrich Heine for solo voice and piano. xref 48 ENG DUT ITA … The texts for the 16 songs come from the Lyrisches Intermezzo of Heinrich Heine, written 1822–23 and published as part of the poet's Das Buch der Lieder. The Dichterliebe was chosen as the composition to be analyzed because of its prominent position in the vocal literature of the Romantic period. 1+8) by Robert Schumann, is to recognize the special features of the songs which will contribute to their understanding and musical interpretation and perform- ance. Glendower Jones at Classical Vocal Reprints has a new published edition of all 20 songs taken down a major second. 1) (1823) Part of a series or song cycle: Lyrisches Intermezzo. 0000017028 00000 n Buy CD or download online. See Full Entry 0000005328 00000 n 1) Im wunderschönen Monat Mai, als alle Knospen sprangen, da ist in meinem Herzen die Liebe aufgegangen. %%EOF Schumann first composed Dichterliebe as a group of 20 songs during his famous ‘year of song’ – 1840 – a time when he poured out his feelings of fierce and youthful love for his new bride Clara into hundreds of romantic songs for voice and piano. 0000023453 00000 n Details. Peters accepted the set for publication in November 1843, but four songs would be removed from the cycle and someone (it is not known who) attached the title Dichterliebe to the cycle. 48, takes as its artistic conceit the stages of a failed love affair. 0000010978 00000 n 0000004266 00000 n By … Henle has also brought out an Urtext edition of the score edited in 2006 by Kakuzo Ozawa which has detailed notes comparing the working manuscript, Robert and Clara's copies of the first edition of 1844. 0000003413 00000 n Ich hab' im Traum geweinet evokes Heine's nightmares with one of the sparest piano parts ever put into an art song, while the voice recalls melodic fragments from Wenn ich in deine Augen seh, casting the words of that poem in a new light. 0000016756 00000 n 0000015210 00000 n Die Rose, die Lilie IV. In that oeuvre, the songs to texts by Heinrich Heine stand out. Heine reworked the Lyric Intermezzo and republished it in his first anthology, the Buch der Lieder (Book of Songs) of 1827. 48 / Liederkreis Op. This applies particularly to his compositions from Heinrich Heine's"Buch der Lieder". 24, is a song cycle for voice and piano composed by Robert Schumann on nine poems by Heinrich Heine.The cycle was composed and published in 1840. 48). 48. Some of the dissonances have powerfully expressive effects when paired with Staier's playing. around our beloved Lady. He fashioned music to match the poems in nine wonderfully fair days in the month of May 1840. 0000010717 00000 n Im wunderschönen Monat Mai (Schumann Dichterliebe No. 48 This page lists all recordings of Dichterliebe, Op. [disclaimer]   [please contact me if you wish to reproduce this translation]   [back to the top], [disclaimer]   [please contact me if you wish to reproduce this translation]   [back to the top], Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube, die Sonne, And if they knew it, the blooms, the little ones, composers began setting his poems to music within a year of the book's publication, four songs would be removed from the cycle, sound out three consecutive notes of the scale, flowers and little angels Diagnosed with "psychotic melancholia", Schumann died two years later in 1856 without having recovered from his mental illness. Liederkreis, Op. 0000008185 00000 n trailer 0000001635 00000 n Schumann's songs feel more like an extension of his earlier piano music than music conceived for the voice. I. Im wunderschönen Monat Mai II. Wieck objected to Schumann as a potential son-in-law, and the stresses and roadblocks of a thwarted romance led Schumann to turn to poetry and song in the extraordinary "song-year" of 1840, when Schumann wrote over a third of all the songs he wrote in his lifetime. C.F. He also never made a studio recording with his finest partner, Gerald Moore. There are two critical editions worth considering: the Norton critical edition edited in 1971 by Arthur Komar which features a complete score, texts and translations, some textual notes, detailed Schenkerian analysis of some of the cycle and essays about Heine and Schumann. Text: Heine, Heinrich. What began as a lyrical intermezzo, then developed into"Dichterliebe", a work with which Schumann identified the ardour of his love for Clara Wieck. text: Robert Schumann: ... By Collection. Description Love, solitude and human transience: these timeless themes pervade the seemingly simple, folkloristic tone of the sixteen lieder in Robert Schumann’s famous song cycle Dichterliebe with poems by Heinrich Heine. 0000017192 00000 n 39, comes from the long tradition of “Wanderer” cycles documenting a young man’s adventures in the wide world, whereas Dichterliebe, op.

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