Friedrich von Schlegel
Friedrich von Schlegel1772 - 1829
Karl Wilhelm Friedrich (after 1814: von) Schlegel was a German poet, literary critic, philosopher, philologist and indologist. With his older brother, August Wilhelm Schlegel, he was one of the main figures of the Jena romantics. He was a zealous promoter of the Romantic movement and inspired Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Adam Mickiewicz and Kazimierz Brodziński. Schlegel was a pioneer in Indo-European studies, comparative linguistics, in what became known as Grimm's law, and morphological typology. As a young man he was an atheist, a radical, and an individualist. Ten years later, the same Schlegel converted to Catholicism. Around 1810 he was a diplomat and journalist in the service of Metternich, surrounded by monks and pious men of society.
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This list is likely to be of songs that have been performed at Oxford International Song Festivals and Oxford Song events, and may not be comprehensive of this composer's compositions. This database is ever growing as a work in progress, with further songs regularly being added.
|Blanka (1818) D631||Franz Schubert|
|Das Mädchen (1819) D652||Franz Schubert|
|Der Knabe (1820) D692||Franz Schubert|
|Der Schiffer (1820) D694||Franz Schubert|
|Der Schmetterling (1819) D633||Franz Schubert|
|Der Wanderer (1819) D649||Franz Schubert|
|Die Gebüsche (1819) D646||Franz Schubert|
|Die Rose (1822) D745||Franz Schubert|
|Die Vögel (1820) D691||Franz Schubert|
|Im Walde „Waldesnacht“ (1820) D708||Franz Schubert|
|Vom mitleiden Mariä (1818) D632||Franz Schubert|