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The Foundations of Music

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Song Cycle, 'Die Schone Mullerin' (The Fair Maid of the Mill) and other songs by Schubert
Sung by Roger Clayson (Tenor)

Nachtviolen (Gillyflowers) is a gentle threnody to the days that were.
Cull your rue to spice your sorrow, Pansies if you fear the morrow,
But when sorrow's deepest well is dry Gillyflowers for memory.

Fruhlingsglaube (Faith in Spring). A lovely little rhapsody of delight in Spring, with its promise and proof of new life, and its call to the care-filled heart to rejoice and face the future with good cheer.

Bastlose Liebe (Restless Love). The title has its counterpart in Schubert's music, which has an unquiet accompaniment and fails to settle down in any one key until the last page, on which the words 'Crown of life, Joy without rest, thou art Love,' are much repeated in the key of C Major.

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The Foundations of Music

5XX Daventry, 10 November 1928 18.45






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