Schumann Dichterliebe

Robert Schumann wrote his song cycle Dichterliebe (A Poet's Love) in 1840, and since then it has become his best known work in that genre, making its way into the core repertoire of the song genre in musical literature. The Lyrisches Intermezzo by Heinrich Heine are the source material for the song's texts, with Schumann selecting 16 out of the 65 to set to music. The second edition predates the composition of the pieces by three years, having been published in 1837 in Paris. The first edition of A Poet's Love was published in Leipzig in 1844,and, though Schumann set 20 songs to Heine's poems, only 16 were included in this first edition.
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Enregistrements

Schumann - L'amour du poete - I
JouerMettre en pause
Schumann - L'amour du poete - II
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Schumann - L'amour du poete - III
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Schumann - L'amour du poete - IV
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Schumann - L'amour du poete - V
JouerMettre en pause
Schumann - L'amour du poete - VI
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Schumann - L'amour du poete - VII
JouerMettre en pause
A Poet's Love, Op. 48
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Extraits

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