Der Leiermann. Wilhelm Müller. Drüben hinter’m Dorfe. Steht ein Leiermann,. Und mit starren Fingern. Dreht er was er kann. Barfuss auf dem Eise. Schwankt er. Der Leiermann This song is by Franz Schubert and appears in the song cycle Winterreise (). Drüben hinterm Dorfe Steht ein Leiermann Und mit starren. There is nothing less meant by Schubert than a correct appogiatura, done by a well-aducated musician. Can we presume that the Leiermann.

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This is not a minor musical detail that can be performed ad libitum. Wchubert Haslinger’s Witwe und Sohnn. Schumann relied on harmony, rather than a motive, to create the visual images associated with the poem. Schubert, on the other hand, predominantly used rhythm or melody in the piano writing which served to illustrate the setting of the text.

Michael Lorenz: The Continuing Mutilation of Schubert’s “Der Leiermann”

An den Schlaf D. Of course there is some truth in Eisenlohr’s point of view.

Die Liebe hat gelogen D. During his short life Schubert wrote over art songs, 20 sonatas for piano, six major works for violin and piano, nine symphonies for orchestra and an impressive amount of schubertt music for other groups of instruments. Although some individual songs are sometimes included separately in recitals e. Personally I find this at variance with the mercurial moods that Schubert displays in most of his works.


The intensity and the emotional inflections of the poetry are carefully built up to express the sorrows of the lover, and are developed to an almost pathological degree from the first to the last note, something explored along with the cultural context of the work by the tenor Ian Bostridge in Schubert’s Winter Journey: The composer of the Winterreise may have gone hungry to bed, but he was a happy artist. An die untergehende Sonne D.

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Der gute Hirt D. Carl Fischer Am Tage Aller Seelen D. An die Natur D.

Why is the traveller embarking on this journey? Julian Keogh July 27, at Das Lied vom Reifen D. Finally he encounters a derelict street musician, the first and only instance in the cycle in which scubert character is present.

Schubert’s WerkeSerie XX: In this edition the leiemann relationships are preserved: They seem to have followed Eisenlohr’s principle that “there is not just one proper way to read and interprete a work of art” and they were obviously under the impression that Lewis had found some kind of “Philosopher’s Stone” of Schubert performance.


The two performers here Mark Padmore, tenor, Paul Lewis, piano have produced an excellent embodiment of the songs’ varying for variety is key moods and outlooks. The mysterious and ominous nature of the musician, along with the question posed in the last lines, leave the fate of the wanderer open to interpretation. Was vermeid ich denn die Wege Die Winterreise – CD review”.

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Franz Schubert:Der Leiermann Lyrics

Lied aus der Ferne Leierman. Retrieved 14 July Although I don’t think that my kind of playing distracts the listener from the voice – even if it did: Schubert’s Winterreise has had a marked influence on several key works, including Gustav Mahler ‘s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen [26] and Benjamin Britten ‘s Night-piece. Arranger Robert Wittmann ?? Ossians Leiermxnn nach dem Falle Nathos D. As far as the piano part of “Der Leiermann” is concerned, Lewis takes Eisenlohr’s mistaken concept to a more extreme and even crueler level.