Goethe and Schubert: Across the divide
Edited by : Lorraine Byrne & Dan Farrelly
Publication Date 23rd, August, 2003
This volume includes essays by leading scholars - Barkhoff, Boyle, Byrne, Canisius, Dürr, Fischer, Hill, Kramer, Lamport, Lund, Meikle, Newbould, Norman McKay, White, Whitton, Wright, Youens - on Goethe's musicality and his relationship to Schubert; Schubert's contribution to sacred music and the Lied and his setting of Goethe's Singspiel, Claudine. A companion volume of this Singspiel (with piano reduction and English translation) is also available.
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Goethe's Singspiel, 'Claudine von Villa Bella'
Goethe: Musical Poet, Musical Catalyst
Proserpina: Goethe's Meldodrama with Music by Carl Eberwein, Orchestral Score and Piano Reduction