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THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

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SONG CYCLE, ' DIE SCHÖNE MÜLLERIN ' (' THE FAIR MAID OF THE MILL ') and OTHER SONGS by SCHUBERT
Sung by ROGER CLAYSON (Tenor)
UNGEDULD (Impatience).-All nature must bear the message to the beloved—' Thine is my heart, and shall be thine for ever.' But impatient love need wait for no messages; her eyes will know the unspoken thought, her heart will feel a heart's devotion.
Morgengruss (Morning Greeting).—The 'prentice stands beneath the maid's window, and, though she is asleep, bids her ' Good morning.' If she doesn't care for him. he will leave her: but ho hopes she will not reject him. Like a true lover, he rhapsodies upon her charms.
Des Müllers Blumen (The Miller's Flowers).—
He brings her a bouquet of forget-me-nots, and likes to think of the rest of the flowers standing beneath her window and whispering his love to her.
Thranenregen (Tear-drops).—The miller and the maid sat together by the brook, his heart full of love and longing. The rain began, and she left him with a light word-wondering.
Mein (Mine).—His uncertainty is resolved.
She loves him, and all the world -is full of his rapture.

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THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

5XX Daventry, 6 November 1928 18.45






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