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The Manhattan Project:
Schiller Institute “Schubertiad” (Schubert Evening)

November 21, 2015
New York City

An evening with the Classical Lieder (Songs) 
Composed by Franz Schubert
 for Voice and Piano


Im Frühling 
    Michelle Fuchs, Soprano
    Cheryl Berard, Piano

Du bist die Ruh
    Michelle Fuchs, Soprano
    Margaret Greenspan, Piano

Schwanengesang, D. 957 
     Cheryl Berard, Piano

Liebesbotschaft  - Everett Suttle, tenor
Kriegers Ahnung - Frank Mathis, baritone
FrühlingssehnsuchtJohn Sigerson, tenor
StändchenEverett Suttle
AufenthaltJohn Sigerson
In der FerneFrank Mathis
Abschied - John Sigerson
Der Atlas - Frank Mathis
Ihr Bild - John Sigerson
Das Fischermädchen - Frank Mathis
Die Stadt - Frank Mathis
Am Meer - Everett Suttle
Der Doppelgänger -  John Sigerson
Die TaubenpostEverett Suttle 

Schubertiade Program (PDF) and English Translations (PDF)

This Schiller Institute “Schubertiade” (Schubert Evening) was performed at the Verdi Tuning of C=256 Hz, A=432 Hz, at the Good Shepherd-Faith Presbyterian Church, in New York.  Franz Schubert, one of the most prolific and profound Classical Composers, lived from 1797 to1828. His  "Swan songs" are presented as a song cycle, published after his death. They were the last songs that he composed.  

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