Der Dichter Joseph von Eichendorff
gab seinem Original 1810 den Titel "Der Tiroler Nachtwache" und bezog sich damit auf den erfolgreichen Aufstand der Tiroler gegen die bayrisch-franzosische Besatzung aus dem Vorjahr, "der von allen romantischen Dichtern als vorbildlicher Freiheitskampf gegen Fremdherrschaft gefeiert und besungen wurde" (Eichendorff 902).
Nevertheless, a generally-accepted cadre of authors includes Novalis, Friedrich and August Wilhelm Schlegel, Ludwig Tieck, Joseph von Eichendorff
, and E.T.A.
39 collection, set to poems by Joseph von Eichendorff
, "my most romantic music ever, with much of you in it, dearest Clara." Essen-daily a series of vignettes on such themes as loss, loneliness and reverie, the work does not have the type of narrative thread found in the classic song cycle, but continuity is achieved through several recurring motifs.
Among their topics are German Romantic poet Joseph von Eichendorff
(1788-1857) and the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Alice Rivaz's urban landscapes, the 19th-century Swiss experience of the Americas in two novels by Eveline Hasler, whether Ingo Schulze's Simple Storys is an American German novel, Hansjorg Schneider's adaptation of Friedrich Schiller's Wilhelm Tell, and Zsuzsanna Gahse's Swiss-European volume Instabile Texte.
At age 83 Strauss turned to the end-of-life poetry of Hermann Hesse and Joseph von Eichendorff
He wrote four ravishing orchestral songs, to poems by Hermann Hesse and Joseph von Eichendorff
, that are now known to us forever as The Four Last Songs.
Lieder aus dem Nachlass: Posthumous Songs fur Singstimme und Klavier aus Gedichte von Joseph von Eichendorff
In the "early 1800s" we sit in a train compartment together with Joseph von Eichendorff
, a leading poet of romanticism.
Gunther Schiwy's is the first full-scale Eichendorff biography since Hans Brandenburg's Joseph Von Eichendorff
: Sein Leben und sein Werk, which appeared with the same publisher in 1922 and which it is designed to replace.
The parallels with romantic authors could be multiplied, but for present purposes just one more, but a particularly significant one, needs to be cited: Joseph von Eichendorff
. The following passages are taken from Das Marmorbild, (8) first published in 1819:
The following year, when Joseph von Eichendorff
arrived as a student in Heidelberg, he noted in his diary (16-18 May 1807) that "die alte Pfalzburg, gewiss die grosste u.
39; poems by Joseph von Eichendorff
) is the most potent performance of the three, wondrously poetic and nuanced.