Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Composed By – Franz Schubert. Engineer – Hans-Peter Schweigmann. His companion in this awesome venture was pianist Gerald Moore. The 21-CD set was recorded over a period of six years (1966-72); and this Winterreise, from August 1971, is generally acknowledged as one of his highlights. Deutsche Grammophon Stereo Deutsche Grammophon . 1973 Deutsche Grammmophon GmbH, Hamburg.
Winterreise D 911. 1. Gute Nacht. Art Direction – Peter Schuppe. Baritone Vocals, Artwork By – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau.
Die schöne Müllerin, D 795 No. 1: Das Wandern - Franz Schubert. Set track as current obsession.
Album · 1985 · 24 Songs. Schubert: Winterreise Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Listen on Apple Music.
Dietrich-Fischer Dieskau and Gerald Moore recorded Winterreise at least three times, once in 1955 in mono for EMI (Winterreise), again in 1962 in stereo for EMI, and in 1972 for Deutsche Grammophon, when Fischer Dieskau was 30, 38, and 48 years old, respectively. The recording featured under this listing is the middle recording (1962, originally released 1963, and remastered in 2004). In this 1962 recording Fischer-Dieskau and Moore take the songs ever so slightly faster. If there is any significance to this at all, I surmise that the more experienced 38-year-old decided to downplay just a tad the angst of this song cycle and let it speak for itself rather than "milk" it-just a guess.
Artist: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gerald Moore, Song: Schubert. Die Krähe, Duration: 2:00, File type: mp3. №2405712015. Duration: 2:00 File type: mp3.