Am Feierabend by Franz Schubert
Schubert's Leid from Die Schone Mullerin sets the scene for the young miller starting his career at the mill in the hope of winning the hand of the maid he has seen there. Will all go well?
Danksagung an den Bach by Franz Schubert
The fourth song in Schubert's song cycle Die Schone Mullerin is quite exquisite. It also introduces a very important character - the beautiful maid of the mill herself. Read on to learn more about this lovely song.
Das Wandern by Franz Schubert
The first song in Schubert's Die Schone Mullerin, Das Wandern sets the scene for the unfolding story line.
Der Neugierige by Franz Schubert
Schubert's lovely setting of Muller's poem, the sixth in the Die Schone Mullerin song cycle, is well worth getting to know.
Die Schone Mullerin by Franz Schubert
Die Schone Mullerin is one of Schubert's last three great song cycles. Read on to find out when it was written and more about the genre of the song cycle.
Halt! from Die Schone Mullerin by Schubert
Halt! is a tiny song within Die Schone Mullerin yet it is this song which draws the miller to the house where the Maid of the Mill lives, and which ultimately draws him to his death.
Morgengruss by Franz Schubert
Morgengruss is a point at which we pause for breath in the song cycle Die Schone Mullerin. It is early morning, the maid of the mill is just awake and our poet wonders how the night has treated her.
Schubert's Song Die Forelle, The Trout
Schubert's song, Die Forelle, (The Trout) is one of his best loved leider. This article covers some of its history and helps the listener to find resources.
Ungeduld by Franz Schubert
Ungeduld (Impatience) is the high point of Die Schone Mullerin, with the miller expressing his joy at his girl saying "yes". It is a beautiful song.
Wohin? from Schubert's Die Schone Mullerin
The second song in Schubert's song cycle "Die Schone Mullerin" is well worth getting to know in its own right as one of his great leider.
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