LIEDERKREIS, Opus 39






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Publication: Journal of Singing
Author: Carman, Judith
Date published: March 1, 2012

SCHUMANN, ROBERT (1810-1856). LIEDERKREIS, Opus 39, Versions 1842 and 1850. Original keys for high voice, Urtext. G. Henle Verlag, 2010.

A scholarly Urtext edition, this volume contains an exhaustive Foreword by Kazuko Ozawa that gives much information about the work, as well as providing both versions (1842 and 1850) for comparison. For singers who sing this work, this edition would be valuable.

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