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Work: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911

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ComposerSchubert, Franz (1797-1828)
Work typeVocal
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Komische Oper Berlin
Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Günter Papendell; Helmut Deutsch

PragueIan Bostridge and Vadym Kholodenko

Czech Philharmonic
Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Ian Bostridge; Vadym Kholodenko


Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Michael Volle; Helmut Deutsch

ParisFlorian Boesch sings Winterreise

Schubert: Winterreise (W. Müller), D.911
Florian Boesch; Malcolm Martineau
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Mark Padmore's Winterreise offers the last word in loneliness

Mitsuko Uchida and Mark Padmore © Wigmore Hall
The British tenor, partnered by Mitsuko Uchida, closed Wigmore Hall’s three-week festival of lunchtime recitals with a peak of the vocal repertoire.
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Schubert's Winterreise in Gabriel García Márquez's Cartagena

Ian Bostridge © Diego Vega
In a world where winter never comes, Ian Bostridge suggested a Cartagenan equivalent of Schubert's Winterreise experiment in which the most unimaginable beauties come at the expense of unbearable pain.
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DiDonato sees Winterreise through Charlotte's eyes

Joyce DiDonato sings Winterreise © 2019 Chris Lee
DiDonato has always asked herself what happens to Charlotte after Werther’s suicide; now she pondered another young woman’s fate – her key to Winterreise was from the Mädchen’s viewpoint.
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Polished perfection: Winterreise at the Musikverein

Christian Gerhaher © Gregor Hohenberg | Sony Classical
Whether one prefers more raw emotion and large-scale architecture or is thrilled by perfectly sculpted individual masterpieces, this was undeniably chamber music of the highest order.
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A Winterreise where the pianist leads the psychological journey

Gerold Huber © Clive Barda | ArenaPAL
Huber’s morbid piano here was chilling and pointed the way to a harrowing finale that never quite materialised.
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