Japanese Songs and Other Pieces
Songs/Arias with Slide Show
Galleries and Photography Info
|Multimedia Performance||Past and Upcoming Dates||Bach Programs||Schubert-related Programs|
|Schubert-related Programs||Schubert's 1825 Travel with Photos||"Water Songs and Water Landscapes," Multimedia Show||"Blumen in Wien:Multimedia-Flöte-Liederabend"||"Winterreise with Photos"|
Wilhelm Müller volunteered to fight on the side of the Prussians at the age 18.
He was a student at the University of Berlin at the time. According to the most
recent biography of Wilhelm Müller by Erika von Borris, Müller was a “Gardejäger” (foot rifleman)
in the battles of Großgörschen, Bautzen, Haynau in Silesia, and north Bohemian Kulm. He was assigned
to a military storage office in Prague, and in 1814 to the commander’s office in Brussles, Belgium.|
When I read the text of "Der stürmmische Morgen" for the first time, I noted the phrase, "rote Feuerflammen" and thought that it might be difficult to find a fire somewhere.
Leggiere, Michael v. , Napoleon and the Struggle for Germany : The Franco-Prussian War of 1813 Vol. 1 The War of Liberation, Spring 1813. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2015 pp. 385 to 388.
The photographs of the models and painting at Regional Museum of Chojnow were made with their permission. I have permission from the restaurant of Wiatrak for publisching on the Internet.
Keywords: Franz Schubert, Wilhelm Müller, Tomoko Yamamoto, Sturm, storm, Kleid, robe, Wolkenfetzen, cloud scraps, Feuerflammen, fire flames, Morgen, morning, Himmel, sky, Winter, Rote Feuerflammen, red fire flames, Chojnow, Haynau, Budziwojow, Baudmannsdorf, Polen, Poland
First Published: August 18, 2017
Last Update: September 7, 2017 © 2017 Tomoko Yamamoto