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    • "It all began with a musical parlor game. In the Berlin home of Privy Councilor Friedrich August von Staegemann in autumn of 1816, a group of young art-lovers put on a brief play with interspersed songs. It told the story of how Rose, the "lovely maid of the mill", is courted by three men: a young miller, a gardener and a hunter. The latter eventually succeeds in winning her heart. A number of songs were improvised for the occasion, based on poems some of the participants had written. The group of friends eventually wished... Voir la suite

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    "It all began with a musical parlor game. In the Berlin home of Privy Councilor Friedrich August von Staegemann in autumn of 1816, a group of young art-lovers put on a brief play with interspersed songs. It told the story of how Rose, the "lovely maid of the mill", is courted by three men: a young miller, a gardener and a hunter. The latter eventually succeeds in winning her heart. A number of songs were improvised for the occasion, based on poems some of the participants had written. The group of friends eventually wished to have those spur-of-the-moment songs replaced with true musical settings; they turned to Berlin composer Ludwig Berger, who selected ten pieces and published corresponding settings in 1818 under the title Songs from the Liederspiel "Die schöne Müllerin".. In accordance with the Lied aesthetic en vogue in the early 1800's, Berger set most of the poems as songs containing several stanzas of equal length. Most of the numbers allowed the performers to adapt the recurring music to each stanza's character by introducing small modifications. In some cases, Berger wrote genuine melodic variants when he felt that the text's expressive content or metric form demanded it. ... Five of the ten texts Berger set to music were poems by Wilhelm Müller. Born in 1794, it is no wonder that Müller took up the role of the miller-lad in the parlor song game. ... Schubert only set twenty of Müller's twenty-five poems. Three particularly extended numbers with many stanzas would have inserted too much delay into his interpretation designed to lead straight to the miller-lad's bitter, mortal end. Markus Schäfer and Tobias Koch have intensely studied the performance practice of Schubert's time. However, their take on Berger's and Schubert's Lieder is not intended to be an act of purely reconstructive historicism, but rather a consciously subjective appropriation and transformation of a historical practice - far beyond merely ornamenting the original notes. ...." (Excerpts from the booklet liner notes by © Thomas Seedorf

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