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Romantische Lebensuntüchtigkeit

Zu Donizettis Rezeption von Schuberts Schöner Müllerin


Oktober 2019, 23. Jahrgang, Heft 92, pp 68-82



Abstract
Romantic Unfitness for Life: On Donizetti’s Reception of Schubert’s »Die schöne Müllerin« in »Lucia di Lammermoor«
Die schöne Müllerin by Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert is, alongside Die Winterreise and Robert Schumann’s Dichterliebe, one of the most famous Romantic song cycles and left its mark in several areas, not least in literary history. But a very early reception of one of the songs from Die schöne Müllerin, perhaps the first notable one, took place within music history and remained undiscovered – until now. None other than Gaetano Donizetti, the most prominent exponent of belcanto alongside Gioachino Rossini and Vincenzo Bellini and, like Schubert, born in 1797, adopted no less than five bars of one of the songs, slightly modified, in his opera Lucia di Lammermoor, premiered on 26 September 1835. Parallels in subject matter between the model and the corresponding aria by Donizetti also suggest the possibility that the famous bel canto composer was not spontaneously following a singular inspiration, but rather engaged closely with the song and developed it further.

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