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CD92192 Die schöne Müllerin 2011 Gerhaher & Huber at the Wigmore

CD92192 Die schöne Müllerin 2011 Gerhaher & Huber at the Wigmore
CD92192 Die schöne Müllerin 2011 Gerhaher & Huber at the Wigmore
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CD92192 Die schöne Müllerin 2011 Gerhaher & Huber at the Wigmore

Presented by Catherine Bott Baritone Christian Gerhaher and pianist Gerold Huber performed Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin at the Wigmore Hall on 20 September 2011. Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin is a familiar landmark in the song repertoire, but in 1824 it was groundbreaking: the first hour-long song narrative to have been presented to the public in any form. The simplicity of Müller's poems was matched by Schubert with music redolent of love and loss. Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin Christian Gerhaher, baritone Gerold Huber, piano.

Radio broadcast BBC Radio 3, 25 September 2011, captured by Radio Downloader, file split by Polderbits.

320kps untracked

This is the first upload I've done. I think that the volume is a bit low. I was at this concert and thought their performance very moving.



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