Notes & Reviews:
In the prologue to his collection of poems, which was not set by Schubert, Wilhelm Muller takes an ironic attitude to the bucolic subject of his poetry, in which avails himself of the yearnings of a middle-class citizenry caught up in the early industrial and urban age, but still longing for the "rural", the "simple" and the "unpretentious". But all irony is forgotten in the touching narrative of the miller's apprentice and his unrequited love to the young miller's daughter, who, is one of the icons of German romanticism in Schubert's setting. Konrad Jarnot has already earned great praise for his recordings of songs by Mozart, Wagner, Liszt, Mahler, Ravel, Duparc, Strauss and Hermann Zilcher. With his recording of Die Schöne Müllerin, he now begins a series of the great Schubert cycles.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Clara-Wieck-Auditorium, Tonstudio Teije van Geest, Sand (09/22/2008-09/25/2008).
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Works DetailsSchubert, Franz : Die schöne Müllerin, D 795/Op. 25
- Performers: Konrad Jarnot (Baritone); Alexander Schmalcz (Piano)
- Notes: Clara-Wieck-Auditorium, Tonstudio Teije van Geest, Sandhausen (09/22/2008-09/25/2008)
- Running Time: 65 min. 8 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Vocal
- Written: 1823