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Franz Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin - 3 Lieder

Fritz Wunderlich, Hubert Giesen

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Die schöne Müllerin, Op.25, D.795  
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1. Das Wandern
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:08
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2. Wohin?
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:29
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3. Halt!
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
1:37
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4. Danksagung an den Bach
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:08
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5. Am Feierabend
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:39
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6. Der Neugierige
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:46
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7. Ungeduld
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:08
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8. Morgengruß
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
4:08
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9. Der Müllers Blumen
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:47
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10. Tränenregen
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
4:21
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11. Mein!
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:47
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12. Pause
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
4:12
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13. Mit dem grünen Lautenbande
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:36
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14. Der Jäger
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
1:18
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15. Eifersucht und Stolz
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
1:47
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16. Die liebe Farbe
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:56
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17. Die böse Farbe
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:21
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18. Trockne Blumen
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:16
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19. Der Müller und der Bach
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:46
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20. Des Baches Wiegenlied
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
7:12
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Die Forelle, Op.32, D.550
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
2:18
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Frühlingsglaube, D.686
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
3:18
23
Heidenröslein, Op.3/3, D.257
Franz Schubert; Fritz Wunderlich; Hubert Giesen
1:48
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    71:46
"Fritz Wunderlich had one of the most beautiful lyric tenor voices of the 20th century. How tragic then that he died when he was only 36."
- MusicWeb International

This vintage recording serves as a showcase for the voice of German tenor Fritz Wunderlich, who died in an accident mere weeks after recording the title track in 1966. Wunderlich, renowned as one of the greatest Lieder singers of all time, is beautifully accompanied throughout the programme by pianist Hubert Giesen.

"Amongst all the singers I have played with during 50 years, there was only one whom I really loved like a son: Fritz Wunderlich. Our friendship began late and it ended just three and a half years later due to Wunderlich's sudden death, that, it is no exaggeration to say, shook the whole world of music severely."
- Hubert Giesen
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – DG Studio Masters

Executive Producer: Otto Gerdes
Recording Producers: Hans Ritter, Hans Weber (D 550)
Tonmeister (Balance Engineer): Heitnz Wildhagen, Hans-Peter Schweigmann (D 550)
Photos: Gerd H. Siess (Cover), Siegfried Lauterwasser (Wunderlich)
Art Direction: Hartmut Pfeiffer

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