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by Susan Youens

Author: Susan Youens
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (June 3, 2002)
Pages: 454 pages
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Circa late 1822, Schubert was diagnosed with syphilis, and many of the songs discussed in this book were written under the seal of impending . Youens also introduces six of the poets whose texts Schubert set to music.

Circa late 1822, Schubert was diagnosed with syphilis, and many of the songs discussed in this book were written under the seal of impending death. It is possible to locate in these songs a late song style, full of elegiac references to Schuberts other death-haunted works and marked by distinctive variation techniques.

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Schubert's Late Lieder is a study of selected songs for voice and piano composed by Schubert between 1822 and his death on 19 November 1828. Circa late 1822, Schubert was diagnosed with syphilis, and many of the songs discussed in this book were written under the seal of impending death.

Youens provides a good companion to her volume. This specialists volume will be highly regarded by all Schubertians and lovers of the 19t-century lied.

Schubert's Late Lieder : Beyond the Song-Cycles. will help scholars and listeners see and hear more in even the most deceptively simple of Schubert's songs.

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Susan Youens (born 1947) is the author of many respected books on German lieder. A noted musicologist, her work on Franz Schubert and Hugo Wolf is considered some of the most scholarly and useful material on these composers

Susan Youens (born 1947) is the author of many respected books on German lieder. A noted musicologist, her work on Franz Schubert and Hugo Wolf is considered some of the most scholarly and useful material on these composers. Both musicologists and performers have often cited her work. As well as her books, she writes program notes for vocal recitals at Carnegie Hall in New York City.

In this book, Susan Youens introduces the poets Matthäus von Collin, Johann Ladislaus Pyrker . Around late 1822, Schubert was diagnosed with syphilis, and many of the songs discussed in this book were written under the seal of impending death.

In this book, Susan Youens introduces the poets Matthäus von Collin, Johann Ladislaus Pyrker, Carl Gottfried Ritter von Leitner, Johann Anton Friedrich Reil, Franz von Schlechta, and Johann Gabriel Seidl and discusses Schubert's songs to their poetry, revealing much about the poet and about Austrian history and culture. Publisher description. It is possible to locate in these songs a 'late song style', full of elegiac references to Schubert's other death-haunted works and marked by distinctive variation techniques.

Schubert& Late Lieder Susan Youens Cambridge Academ 9780521028752 : Schubert’s Late Lieder is a study of selected songs for voice and piano . Schubert& Late Lieder, Susan Youens. Варианты приобретения.

Schubert& Late Lieder Susan Youens Cambridge Academ 9780521028752 : Schubert’s Late Lieder is a study of selected songs for voice and piano composed by Schubert between 1822 and his death o.

Susan Youens is the author of many respected books on music- especially German lieder. Schubert's Late Lieder: Beyond the Song Cycles. Hugo Wolf and his Mörike Songs Schubert, Müller, and Die schöne Müllerin Schubert's Poets and the Making of Lieder Franz Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin Hugo Wolf: The Vocal Music Retracing a Winter's Journey: Franz Schubert's Winterreise.

This study includes selected songs for voice and piano composed by Schubert between 1822 and his death on November 19, 1828. Schubert was diagnosed with syphilis circa late 1822, and many of the songs discussed were written with his knowledge of impending death. It is possible to discover within them a late song style, full of elegiac references to Schubert's other death-haunted works and marked by distinctive variation techniques. Youens also introduces six of the poets whose texts were set to music by Schubert.