All music has to speak in some form or other.
More Quotes from Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau:Brahms believed that there was no need to publish absolutely everything that Schubert ever wrote.
It is desirable that people make music on the breath, with the breath.
Which is why, in my lieder concerts, I always strove, when possible, to sing only the works of a single composer, so that the audience could be gradually drawn into a particular creative genius' way of thinking, and could follow him.
One has to get through a big pile of mail every day. I don't pass my letters on to a secretary rather, I try to take care of all of them myself.
Because lyrical poetry was still relatively new it only first emerged with Klopstock, or, if you will, you might go back to Gryphius. This was a completely new mode of expression. It emerged, at the very latest, during the Enlightenment.
The composition of a single melody is born out of a bit of text, perhaps the first line, but it can also be the entire strophe; it can even be the poem's overall form.
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