Schubert - Die schone Mullerin
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Cat No: SIGCD697
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 21st January 2022
ArtistsIestyn Davies (countertenor)
Joseph Middleton (piano)
Adapting poetry by Wilhelm Müller, the genesis of D795 marks the beginning of the end of Schubert's life; he discovered that he had contracted syphilis sometime in late 1822 or early 1823, and it was in 1823 that he composed this tale of a poet-singer who dies in the aftermath of erotic experience.
Released under the own label of St John’s College, Cambridge, this recording acts as a celebration of Iestyn Davies’s formative period at the college; beginning there as a 7-year-old probationer in 1987, he progressed to become Head Chorister, before ultimately returning to study as a choral scholar.
Alongside full texts and translations, the booklet includes a background on the work by noted Lied expert Susan Youens, as well as reflections on Iestyn's time at St John’s from the College’s past and present Directors of Music – Christopher Robinson and Andrew Nethsingha.
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