Angelika Kauffmann Hall, Schwarzenberg
Angelika Kauffmann Hall, Schwarzenberg
Angelika Kauffmann Hall, Schwarzenberg
Angelika Kauffmann Hall, Schwarzenberg
Angelika Kauffmann Hall, Schwarzenberg
Angelika Kauffmann Hall, Schwarzenberg
Hohenems
Hohenems
Markus Sittikus Hall, Hohenems
Markus Sittikus Hall, Hohenems
Schwarzenberg
Schwarzenberg
Markus Sittikus Hall, Hohenems
Markus Sittikus Hall, Hohenems
Schwarzenberg
Schwarzenberg
Garden at the back of the Markus Sittikus Hall, Hohenems
Garden at the back of the Markus Sittikus Hall, Hohenems

The 2022 Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg and Hohenens will see performances of all of Franz Schubert's song opus numbers that the composer himself arranged for publication.

It is with these songs – about a third of his total lieder output – that Schubert wanted to make a name for himself. Not only the selection of these songs, but also their arrangement conforms to Schubert's intentions. After the fashion of the period, he usually grouped three of four songs together under one opus number. These might have been songs on texts by a certain poet, or songs chosen by friends to whom he wanted to dedicate a volume. But his primary concern was to group together songs which complemented each other thematically. Only in the context of the song groups does the meaning of each individual song become fully clear.

Overview of all relevant lieder recitals

Titel page of Schubert's song volume op. 14 (»Suleika I«, »Geheimes«) © Schubertiade Archive
Schubertiade Archive
Titel page of Schubert's song volume op. 14 (»Suleika I«, »Geheimes«)
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