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These are the Lieder that we will focus on from Schumann's Dichterliebe, op. 48.
Click on the following links to get access to the complete score for Dichterliebe, op. 48. You can download pdf versions and print as needed.
Critical Edition Score
These scores have been prepared by scholars who consulted the autograph manuscript score(s) and early editions of the work to create a score that represents most closely the composer's original intent for the work. These scores also often include critical notes to show variants in the original sources or editorial decisions where original sources conflict or are unclear. It is usually best to consult critical editions when analyzing a musical work in-depth.
Dichterliebe by Music examples and charts illustrate the analyses, and each essay is fully annotated by the editor. In some cases, the results of the original research by the editor or by others working in the field are published here for the first time. Much of the material has never before appeared in English. A score embodying the best available musical text. Historical background ”what is known of the circumstances surrounding the origin of the work, including (where relevant) original source material. A detailed analysis of the music, by the editor of the volume or another well-known scholar. Other significant analytic essays and critical comments, exposing the student to a variety of opinions about music.
Call Number: M 1621.4 .S38 D52x 1971 MiniScore
Publication Date: 1971-03-17
Facsimile Edition of the Score
A facsimile edition of a score is a photo reproduction of the original autograph manuscript in the composer's own hand. You may be interested in consulting a facsimile edition to study the compositional practices of a composer, and to determine the original intent of the composer with regard to notes as well as interpretive markings.