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CD85827 FISCHER-DIESKAU SINGS SCHUBERT IN AMSTERDAM 1986

CD85827 FISCHER-DIESKAU SINGS SCHUBERT IN AMSTERDAM 1986
CD85827 FISCHER-DIESKAU SINGS SCHUBERT IN AMSTERDAM 1986
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CD85827 FISCHER-DIESKAU SINGS SCHUBERT IN AMSTERDAM 1986

as a tribute to the Old Year which I can fortunately close in 12 hours from now, an upload from my old cassettes: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau singing Schubert in the Royal Concertgebouw Amsterdam, December 9, 1986, accompanied from Jorg Demus.

I recorded it from the radio. It escaped being erased and thrown away years ago, because I dubbed the A side with an interview and forgot that the B side was empty. Well, empty... Dieskau was hiding there, I discovered only last week. But since the repertoire wasn't unique, I would at the time have dubbed it with the next interview, had I known there was $ 1 worth of free space there..

Dietrich Fischer Dieskau Jörg Demus Tuesday 9 December , 1986 Liederen - Franz Schubert Amsterdam, Het Concertgebouw (Grote Zaal) Broadacast Dutch Radio 4 Program “BELCANTORIUM”

Program:

Prometheus (Goethe) Meerestille (Goethe) An die Leier (Franz von Bruchmann) Memnon (Mayerhofer) Freiwilliges versinken (Mayerhofer) * Der Tod und das Mädchen (Claudius) Gruppeaus dem Tartarus (Schiller) Nachtstück (Mayerhofer) Totengräbers Heimwee (Kreiger)

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