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Lied der Desdemona
First line:
Das arme Kind sie sass und sang
composer
from Othello; published as No 6 of Book 1 of 15 Lieder mit Begleitung des Piano-Forte
author of text
Othello IV:3
translator of text

Recordings
'Schubert: The Complete Songs' (CDS44201/40)
Schubert: The Complete Songs
MP3 £130.00FLAC £130.00ALAC £130.00Buy by post £150.00 CDS44201/40  40CDs Boxed set + book (at a special price)  
'Songs by Schubert's contemporaries' (CDJ33051/3)
Songs by Schubert's contemporaries
Details
Track 18 on CDJ33051/3 CD1 [1'29] 3CDs
Track 18 on CDS44201/40 CD38 [1'29] 40CDs Boxed set + book (at a special price)

Lied der Desdemona
Two books of Vogl songs (fifteen altogether) were published by Artaria in Vienna, including a setting of Schiller’s Der Jüngling am Bache, and settings of Goethe and Baumberg. It was probably Vogl who introduced Schubert to the work of Walter Scott during their holiday together in 1825—the results were the spectacular Lady of the Lake settings. He was almost certainly capable of reading the poet in the original, and the same applies to Shakespeare. This song (it appears as No 6 of the first volume of published songs) was probably written for a performance of Othello in Vienna. It would certainly have been within the singer’s capabilities to translate the lyric himself from the original English into German.

from notes by Graham Johnson 2006

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Details for CDS44201/40 disc 38 track 18
Artists
ISRC
GB-AJY-06-05118
Duration
1'29
Recording date
13 October 2004
Recording venue
All Saints' Church, East Finchley, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Mark Brown
Recording engineer
Julian Millard
Hyperion usage
  1. Songs by Schubert's contemporaries (CDJ33051/3)
    Disc 1 Track 18
    Release date: March 2006
    3CDs
  2. Schubert: The Complete Songs (CDS44201/40)
    Disc 38 Track 18
    Release date: October 2005
    40CDs Boxed set + book (at a special price)
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