Schubert: An die Musik; Nicholas Phan, tenor, Eric Zivian, fortepiano 4K UHD

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Schubert’s song, “An die Musik,” sung by Grammy nominated tenor Nicholas Phan and accompanied on an original 19th century fortepiano by Eric Zivian. Live, 4K ultra high definition video from the Berkeley Festival and Exhibition featuring musicians from the Valley of the Moon Music Festival http://valleyofthemoonmusicfestival.org/
The San Francisco Early Music Society: http://sfems.org/
An die Musik
Du holde Kunst, in wieviel grauen Stunden,
Wo mich des Lebens wilder Kreis umstrickt,
Hast du mein Herz zu warmer Lieb’ entzunden,
Hast mich in eine beßre Welt entrückt,
In eine beßre Welt entrückt!

Oft hat ein Seufzer, deiner Harf’ entfloßen,
Ein süßer, heiliger Akkord von dir,
Den Himmel beßrer Zeiten mir erschloßen,
Du holde Kunst, ich danke dir dafür,
Du holde Kunst, ich danke dir!

To Music
Noble Art, in the many grey hours,
Where I am inscribed by the wild circle of life,
Have you warmed my heart
To transport me to a better world?
Oft has a sigh flowed from your harp
A chord, sweet and divine:
A glimmer of heaven, of better times….
Noble art, I thank you.
–Translation by David Tayler
Original fortepiano by Rausch
Schubert’s holograph: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_die_Musik#/media/File:An_die_Musik.jpg

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