Schubert – Sixteen Songs with guitar accompaniments, ed. Thomas F. Heck.

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This edition of sixteen of Schubert’s songs with guitar accompaniments, edited by Thomas F. Heck, presents some of Schubert’s best-known songs with guitar accompaniments based on those that were published in Vienna in Schubert’s lifetime.
With an introduction and English translations of the German words.

64 pages.  First published by Tecla in 1980.

Here is a list of the songs.

  • Schäfers Klagelied (“Da droben auf jenem Berge”) (a to d’ flat)
  • Meeres Stille (“Tiefe Stille herrscht im Wasser”) (b to d’)
  • Heidenröslein (“Sah ein Knab ein Röslein stehn”) (e to e’)
  • Jägers Abendlied (“Im Felde schleich ich still”) (d sharp to d’)
  • Der Wanderer (“Ich komme vom Gebirge her”) (e to g’)
  • Morgenlied (“Eh die Sonne früh aufersteht”) (e to f’ sharp)
  • Gesang des Harfners I (“Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt”) (c to f’ sharp)
  • Sei mir gegrüsst (“O du Entrissne mir”) (g sharp to f’ sharp)
  • Frühlingsglaube (“Die linden Lüfte sind erwacht”) (e to f sharp)
  • Hänflings Liebeswerbung (“Ahidi! Ich liebe!”) (e to f’)
  • Der Schiffer (“Im Winde, im Sturme”) (for bass-baritone, up to e)
  • Wehmut (“Wenn ich durch Wald und Fluren geh”) (d to f’)
  • Nachtstück (“Wenn über Berge sich der Nebel breitet”) (b to d’)
  • Nacht und Träume (“Heil’ge Nacht, du sinkest nieder”) (e to f’)
  • Greisengesang (“Der Frost hat mir bereifet des Hauses Dach”) (a to c’ sharp)
  • Dithyrambe (“Nimmer, das glaubt mir, erscheinen die Götter”) (a to d’)

Ranges: Some of the songs will suit a tenor or soprano going up to f’ sharp or g’, while others such as Meeres Stille or Nachtstück are for lower voices going up only to d’, while Der Schiffer is for bass-baritone.  The exact ranges are indicated above as follows:
a, b, c, and so on up to g: this means from the a four notes below the treble stave, up to the g which is on the second line of the treble stave.
a’, b’, c’, and so on up to g’: this means from the a which is on the second space of the treble stave, up to the g which is on the space just above the treble stave.
a”, b”, c”, and so on: this means from the a which is on the line immediately above the treble stave, upwards.

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Copyright 2003 by Tecla Editions. Errors and omissions excepted.

 

Weight 255 g