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Die schöne Müllerin

Composer: Schubert Franz

Instruments: Voice Piano

Tags: Song

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Complete. Version for Medium Voice. Complete Score (medium voice, transposed) PDF 11 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 1. Das Wandern PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 2. Wohin? PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 3. Halt! PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 4. Danksagung an den Bach PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 5. Am Feierabend PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 6. Der Neugierige PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 7. Ungeduld PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 8. Morgengruss PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 9. Des Müllers Blumen PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 10. Tränenregen PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 11. Mein! PDF 1 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 12. Pause PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 13. Mit dem grünen Lautenbande PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 14. Der Jäger PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 15. Eifersucht und Stolz PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 16. Die liebe Farbe PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 17. Die böse Farbe PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 18. Trockne Blumen PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 19. Der Müller und der Bach PDF 0 MBComplete. Version for Medium Voice. 20. Des Baches Wiegenlied PDF 0 MB
Complete. Original Version (for High Voice). Complete Score PDF 3 MB
Complete. Original Version (for High Voice). Heft 1 (Nos.1 to 4) PDF 17 MBComplete. Original Version (for High Voice). Heft 2 (Nos.5 to 9) PDF 19 MBComplete. Original Version (for High Voice). Heft 3 (Nos.10 to 12) PDF 14 MBComplete. Original Version (for High Voice). Heft 4 (Nos.13, 15, 16, 17) PDF 14 MBComplete. Original Version (for High Voice). Heft 5 (Nos.18 to 20) PDF 12 MB
Complete. Original Version (for High Voice). Complete Score PDF 6 MB
Complete. Version for Low Voice. Complete Score (transposed for low voice) PDF 3 MB
Complete. Original Version (for High Voice). Complete Score PDF 9 MB
Complete. Original Version (for High Voice). Complete Score PDF 14 MB
Complete. Version for Very Low Voice. Complete Score (very low voice, transposed) PDF 6 MB

Arrangements:

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Selections. Piano + Violin (Hans Sitt)7. Ungeduld. Piano + Violin (Richard Hofmann)4. Danksagung an den Bach. Piano + Violin (Hauser, Miska)18. Trockne Blumen. Piano + Violin (Hauser, Miska)

Other

Complete. French horn + Piano (Horn, August)2. Wohin?. Piano (Sergei Rachmaninoff)7. Ungeduld. Cello + Piano (Friedrich August Kummer)Selections. Piano (Leopold Godowsky)14. Der Jäger. Recorder(4) (Jaap Wiebes)Complete. Piano four hands (Hugo Ulrich)19. Der Müller und der Bach. Piano four hands (Jacques Drillon)18. Trockne Blumen. Harp (Charles Oberthür)6. Der Neugierige. Piano (Bedřich Smetana)Selections. Piano (Leopold Godowsky)
Wikipedia
Die schöne Müllerin ("The Fair Maid of the Mill", Op. 25, D. 795), is a song cycle by Franz Schubert based on poems by Wilhelm Müller. It is the earliest extended song cycle to be widely performed. One of Schubert's most important works, it is the first of his two seminal cycles (the other being his later Winterreise), and a pinnacle of Lied. It is widely performed and recorded.
Die schöne Müllerin is performed by a pianist and a solo singer. The vocal part falls in the range of a tenor or soprano voice, but is often sung by other voices, transposed to a lower range, a precedent established by Schubert himself. Since the story of the cycle is about a young man, the work is most often sung by men. The piano part bears much of the expressive burden of the work, and is only seldom a mere 'accompaniment' to the singer. A typical performance lasts around sixty to seventy minutes.
Müller's poems were published in 1820, and Schubert set most of them to music between May and September 1823, while he was also writing his opera Fierrabras. He was 26 years old at the time. Schubert omitted five of the poems, such as a prologue and an epilogue delivered by the poet. The work was published in 1824 by the firm of Sauer and Leidesdorf as Op. 25 under the title Die schöne Müllerin, ein Zyklus von Liedern, gedichtet von Wilhelm Müller, which means, "The Lovely Maid of the Mill, a song cycle to poems by Wilhelm Müller", and was dedicated to Carl von Schönstein [de].
There are twenty songs in the cycle, around half in simple strophic form, and they move from cheerful optimism to despair and tragedy. At the beginning of the cycle, a young journeyman miller wanders happily through the countryside. He comes upon a brook, which he follows to a mill. He falls in love with the miller's beautiful daughter (the "Müllerin" of the title). She is out of his reach as he is only a journeyman. He tries to impress her, but her response seems tentative. The young man is soon supplanted in her affections by a hunter clad in green, the color of a ribbon he gave the girl. In his anguish, he experiences an obsession with the color green, then an extravagant death fantasy in which flowers sprout from his grave to express his undying love. (See Beethoven's "Adelaide" for a similar fantasy.) In the end, the young man despairs and presumably drowns himself in the brook. The last number is a lullaby sung by the brook.
The Diabelli edition of 1830 in a facsimile score, with notes by Walther Dürr, was published (1996) by Bärenreiter. The version in most common use is the Peters Edition, edited by Max Friedlaender, and in this and several other editions (e.g. Schirmer) the cycle is presented as the first 20 songs of Volume 1. There are versions in the original (high) keys, and transposed alternatives for lower voices. The Peters edition was revised by Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Elmar Budde, and is available as Volume 1 of the Peters Urtext Edition, available in high, medium and low key versions. The most recent scholarly edition is in the New Schubert Edition, again edited by Walther Dürr and published by Bärenreiter, and contains transposed versions for lower voices.
Six of the songs were transcribed for solo piano by Franz Liszt and published as Müllerlieder.