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Wonne der Wehmut
First line:
Trocknet nicht, trocknet nicht
author of text

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Wonne der Wehmut
Dietrichstein, like a number of the highly educated aristocracy of the time, was a decent amateur composer. In 1811 he published XVI Lieder von Göthe and sent them to the poet who replied with the genial civility due to someone of the composer’s station. The music is in undemanding style but it shows cultivated taste. It is likely that the spaciousness and tempo of the song, as well as the repetition of the opening words, owe something to the famous Beethoven setting of this text that was published in 1810.

comparative Schubert listening:
Wonne der Wehmut D260. 20 August 1815

from notes by Graham Johnson 2006

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Details for CDJ33051/3 disc 2 track 4
Recording date
24 August 2001
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 2 Track 4
    Release date: March 2006
  2. Schubert: The Complete Songs (CDS44201/40)
    Disc 39 Track 4
    Release date: October 2005
    40CDs Boxed set + book (at a special price)
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