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The lied - a journey’s tale

Author: Bel Air Media

What is the German Lied? The German Lied really came into being in 1814, when Schubert set Goethe's Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel to music.

  • André Tubeuf | Copyright: © Bel Air Media

    André Tubeuf © Bel Air Media

The German Lied did not actually establish itself until 1814, when Schubert set Goethe's Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel to music. During the 19th century, Germany will passionately practice this form of expression, the most natural in art. With his customary verve, André Tubeuf explains its history and unveils its most precious treasures. According to him, the Lied is an approach: Schubert. An origin: silence. And a material: water.

English series title The lied - a journey’s tale
Genre Documentary
Production year 2021
Duration 43 minutes
Production Company Bel Air Media
Director Martin Mirabel

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