[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Walter Frisch, "Schubert's Näahe des Geliebten," in Schu- bert: Critical and Analytical Studies, ed. Walter Frisch (Lincoln, Neb., 1986), pp. 188-89.
Frisch
Schubert's Näahe des Geliebten
188
Schubert: Critical and Analytical Studies
1986
2
Frisch, "Schubert's Näahe des Geliebten," p. 190.
Frisch
190
Schubert's Näahe des Geliebten
3
Schwanengesang
Schwanengesang
Die Heimkehr
Die Heimkehr
Schubert's Songs [London, 1967
Schubert's Songs
1967
Seattle, 1969], pp. 59, 61
Goldschmidt, "Welches war die ursprüngliche Reihenfolge in Schuberts Heine-Liedern," Deutsches Jahrbuch der Musikwissenschaft für 1972 [1974], 52-62)
Goldschmidt
52
Deutsches Jahrbuch der Musikwissenschaft für 1972
1972
4
Brown, Schubert's Songs, p. 59.
Brown
59
Schubert's Songs
5
Schwanengesang
Schwanengesang
Liebesbotschaft, Standchen
Liebesbotschaft, Standchen
In der Ferne
In der Ferne
p. 113
6
Lawrence Kramer, "The Schubert Lied: Romantic Form and Romantic Consciousness," in Schubert: Critical and Analytical Studies, pp. 221-22
Kramer
The Schubert Lied: Romantic Form and Romantic Consciousness
221
Schubert: Critical and Analytical Studies
7
Ibid., p. 219.
219
8
Susan Youens, Retracing a Winter's Journey: Schubert's Winterreise (Ithaca, N.Y., 1991), pp. 34ff., esp. p. 37.
Youens
34
Retracing a Winter's Journey: Schubert's
1991
9
Kramer provides a diplomatic facsimile of this earlier ver- sion as ex. 6.10 (p. 141)
p. 141
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