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Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin (Live)

Thomas Oliemans - Malcolm Martineau

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Two centuries ago Die Schöne Mullerin founded the German romanticism. Since then, the great story of this young man and its tragic and poetic love keeps all its emotionnal strengh: this heart touching version recorded live in the Théâtre de l’Athénee in Paris renews the Schubert masterpiece thanks to Thomas Oliemans vibrating voice and the sensitive touch of Malcolm Martineau. © B Records

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Die schöne Müllerin, D. 795 (Franz Schubert)

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I. Das Wandern
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Thomas Oliemans, Baritone - Malcolm Martineau, Piano - Franz Schubert, Composer

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II. Wohin?
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III. Halt!
00:01:36

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IV. Danksagung an den Bach
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V. Am Feierabend
00:02:29

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VI. Der Neugierige
00:04:14

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VII. Ungeduld
00:02:45

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VIII. Morgengruss
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IX. Des Müllers Blumen
00:03:32

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X. Träneregen
00:04:22

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XI. Mein!
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XII. Pause
00:04:21

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XIII. Mit dem grünen Lautenband
00:02:08

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XIV. Der Jäger
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XV. Eifersucht und Stolz
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XVI. Die liebe Farbe
00:04:48

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XVII. Die böse Farbe
00:02:14

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XVIII. Trockne Blumen
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XIX. Der Müller und der Bach
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XX. Des Baches Wiegenlied
00:07:01

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Two centuries ago Die Schöne Mullerin founded the German romanticism. Since then, the great story of this young man and its tragic and poetic love keeps all its emotionnal strengh: this heart touching version recorded live in the Théâtre de l’Athénee in Paris renews the Schubert masterpiece thanks to Thomas Oliemans vibrating voice and the sensitive touch of Malcolm Martineau. © B Records

Details of original recording : Recorded live 3 June, 2019, Théâtre de l'Athénée, Paris (France)

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