Schumann's most popular song cycles performed by mezzo-soprano Marianne Beate Kielland, who is established as an exceptional performer with a wide-ranging repertoire from baroque to contemporary. Schumann's astonishing outpouring of songs in his so-called "Liederjahr" was inspired by his love for Clara, whom he married in September that year after prolonged and acrimonious opposition from her father. Schumann survived the ordeal of court appearances in which Friedrich Wieck attempted to defame his character. Myrthen (Myrtle Wreath), a group of twenty-six songs based on texts by several poets, including Ruckert, Goethe, Burns, Byron and Thomas Moore, was published on the day of Schumann's wedding. It contains many of his most popular songs. The majority of Schumann's most popular songs (and song-cycles) date from 1840 but his extensive and treasurable work in this genre continued until 1852. At the end of that year he set five poems doubtfully attributed to Mary, Queen of Scots and translated by Gisbert von Vincke - Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart, Opus 135. Written in one of Schumann's least productive years, they were his last songs.
Schumann's most popular song cycles performed by mezzo-soprano Marianne Beate Kielland, who is established as an exceptional performer with a wide-ranging repertoire from baroque to contemporary. Schumann's astonishing outpouring of songs in his so-called "Liederjahr" was inspired by his love for Clara, whom he married in September that year after prolonged and acrimonious opposition from her father. Schumann survived the ordeal of court appearances in which Friedrich Wieck attempted to defame his character. Myrthen (Myrtle Wreath), a group of twenty-six songs based on texts by several poets, including Ruckert, Goethe, Burns, Byron and Thomas Moore, was published on the day of Schumann's wedding. It contains many of his most popular songs. The majority of Schumann's most popular songs (and song-cycles) date from 1840 but his extensive and treasurable work in this genre continued until 1852. At the end of that year he set five poems doubtfully attributed to Mary, Queen of Scots and translated by Gisbert von Vincke - Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart, Opus 135. Written in one of Schumann's least productive years, they were his last songs.
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Frauenliebe Und Leben 42
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1. Myrthen, Op. 25: No. 3, Der Nussbaum
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2. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: I. Seit Ich Ihn Gesehen
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3. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: II. Er, Der Herrlichste Von Allen
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4. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: III. Ich Kann's Nicht Fassen
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5. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: IV. Du Ring An Meinem Finger
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6. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: V. Helft Mir, Ihr Schwestern
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7. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: VI. Süsser Freund, Du Blickest
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8. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: VII. An Meinem Herzen
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9. Frauenliebe Und -Leben, Op. 42: VIII. Nun Hast Du Mir Den Ersten Schmerz Getan
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10. Myrthen, Op. 25: No. 7, Die Lotosblume
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11. Liederkreis, Op. 24: I. Morgens Steh' Ich Auf
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12. Liederkreis, Op. 24: II. Es Treibt Mich Hin
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13. Liederkreis, Op. 24: III. Ich Wandelte Unter Den Bäumen
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14. Liederkreis, Op. 24: IV. Lieb' Liebchen
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15. Liederkreis, Op. 24: V. Schöne Wiege Meiner Leiden
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16. Liederkreis, Op. 24: VI. Warte, Warte, Wilder Schiffmann
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17. Liederkreis, Op. 24: VII. Berg' Und Burgen Schau'n Herunter
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18. Liederkreis, Op. 24: VIII. Anfangs Wollt' Ich Fast Verzagen
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19. Liederkreis, Op. 24: IX. Mit Myrthen Und Rosen
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20. Myrthen, Op. 25: No. 1, Widmung
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21. Gedichte Der Königin Maria Stuart, Op. 135: I. Abschied Von Frankreich
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22. Gedichte Der Königin Maria Stuart, Op. 135: II. Nach Der Geburt Ihres Sohnes
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23. Gedichte Der Königin Maria Stuart, Op. 135: III. An Die Königin Elisabeth
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24. Gedichte Der Königin Maria Stuart, Op. 135: IV. Abschied Von Der Welt
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25. Gedichte Der Königin Maria Stuart, Op. 135: V. Gebet
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26. Myrthen, Op. 25: No. 24, Du Bist Wie Eine Blume
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Schumann's most popular song cycles performed by mezzo-soprano Marianne Beate Kielland, who is established as an exceptional performer with a wide-ranging repertoire from baroque to contemporary. Schumann's astonishing outpouring of songs in his so-called "Liederjahr" was inspired by his love for Clara, whom he married in September that year after prolonged and acrimonious opposition from her father. Schumann survived the ordeal of court appearances in which Friedrich Wieck attempted to defame his character. Myrthen (Myrtle Wreath), a group of twenty-six songs based on texts by several poets, including Ruckert, Goethe, Burns, Byron and Thomas Moore, was published on the day of Schumann's wedding. It contains many of his most popular songs. The majority of Schumann's most popular songs (and song-cycles) date from 1840 but his extensive and treasurable work in this genre continued until 1852. At the end of that year he set five poems doubtfully attributed to Mary, Queen of Scots and translated by Gisbert von Vincke - Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart, Opus 135. Written in one of Schumann's least productive years, they were his last songs.