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Schubert -- Die schöne Müllerin, part 1/8

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Uploaded on Jun 1, 2007

"Das Wandern" ("To wander"; B flat major)
"Wohin?" ("Whither?"; G major)
"Halt!" ("Stay!"; C major)
"Danksagung an den Bach" (" "Das Wandern" ("To wander"; B flat major)
"Wohin?" ("Whither?"; G major)
"Halt!" ("Stay!"; C major)
"Danksagung an den Bach" ("Thanks to the brook"; G major)

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone. Christoph Eschenbach, piano

Die schöne Müllerin (op. 25, D. 795).

Song cycle by Franz Schubert on poems by Wilhelm Müller.

Filmed at the Salle Pleyel, Paris, 2 April 1992


the profile of DFD at andante.com reports:

"Fischer-Dieskau ended his more than 45 years of concert activity at the beginning of 1993. He made his unannounced farewell to public performance with his participation in a gala concert at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich on December 31, 1992. Since that time he has kept himself fully occupied as a teacher, conductor, reciter and author."


He was born May 28, 1925. Thus, he was just under two months from his 67th birthday when this "schöne Müllerin" was filmed.

To see him sing "Der Erlkönig" in his prime, view this clip!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5B6ny...

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