THE D E P A R T M E N T 0 F M U S I C
FEBRUARY I I, ig6o, at 8:30 O'CLOCK
SKINNER RECITAL HALL
ERNST HAEFLIGER, tenor
PAUL ULANOWSKY, piano
An die Leyer, OP- 56, no. z Franz Schubert
(text, after Anacreon, by Bruchmann) (1797-x828)
1 want to sing of Atreus' sons and of Cadmus, but my string will sing
only of love. I change the strings j Alcides' triumphant march should
make my lyre sing. But even these new strings sound only of love.
Therefore, farewell, heroes; my strings will not sing your song, but
sound only of love.
Stimme der Liebe, op. posth.
(text by Stolberg)
My Selinde! With an angel's voice love sings to me: she will be
yours! Heaven and earth disappear, my Selinde. Tears of longing
on my pale cheeks turn into tears of joy at that heavenly voice: she
will be yours, she will be yours!
Der Jilngling an der Quelle, op. posth.
(text by Salis)
Softly purling spring! Always bubbling and whispering, why does
your drowsy stirring awaken love again in me? I came to you for
consolation, to forget my merciless love-and the leaves and the
brook sigh to me "Louise!"
An den Mond, OP- 57, no- 3
(text by H81ty)
Dear moon, pour your silver through the green beech where visions
pass before my eyes; show me the place where my love used to sit
and listen to the brook. Then, veil yourself, and mourn through