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Christopher Glynn continues his Lieder in English series by joining three of today's foremost singers to perform Robert Schumann's best-loved song cycles in new English versions by Jeremy Sams - a new way to encounter and enjoy some of the most romantic and atmospheric songs ever composed. 'Schumann is one of music's great storytellers - and never more so than in the song cycles of 1840. These vivid new translations by Jeremy Sams recreate the immediacy and intimacy of his storytelling for modern English-speaking listeners, offering a new perspective on these famous songs of loneliness and love, joy and sorrow, marriage and separation.' - Christopher Glynn
Christopher Glynn continues his Lieder in English series by joining three of today's foremost singers to perform Robert Schumann's best-loved song cycles in new English versions by Jeremy Sams - a new way to encounter and enjoy some of the most romantic and atmospheric songs ever composed. 'Schumann is one of music's great storytellers - and never more so than in the song cycles of 1840. These vivid new translations by Jeremy Sams recreate the immediacy and intimacy of his storytelling for modern English-speaking listeners, offering a new perspective on these famous songs of loneliness and love, joy and sorrow, marriage and separation.' - Christopher Glynn
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V1: Schumann In English
Artist: Schumann / Williams / Glynn
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Christopher Glynn continues his Lieder in English series by joining three of today's foremost singers to perform Robert Schumann's best-loved song cycles in new English versions by Jeremy Sams - a new way to encounter and enjoy some of the most romantic and atmospheric songs ever composed. 'Schumann is one of music's great storytellers - and never more so than in the song cycles of 1840. These vivid new translations by Jeremy Sams recreate the immediacy and intimacy of his storytelling for modern English-speaking listeners, offering a new perspective on these famous songs of loneliness and love, joy and sorrow, marriage and separation.' - Christopher Glynn
        
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