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Schubert: Die Schöne Müllerin

  1. Das Wandern - Wandering
  2. Wohin - Where to?
  3. Halt! - Halt!
  4. Danksagung an den Bach -
    Giving thanks to the brook
  5. Am Feierabend - After work
  6. Der Neugierige - He who longs to know
  7. Ungeduld - Impatience
  8. Morgengruss - Morning greetings
  9. Des Müllers Blumen - The Miller's Flowers
  10. Tränenregen - Rain of Tears
  11. Mein! - Mine!
  12. Pause - Pause
  13. Mit dem grünen Lautenband -
    With the green lute ribbon
  14. Der Jäger - The Hunter
  15. Eifersucht und Stolz- Jealousy and pride
  16. Die liebe Farbe - The beloved colour
  17. Die böse Farbe - The hated colour
  18. Trockne Blumen - Dry flowers
  19. Der Müller und der Bach - The miller and the brook
  20. Des Baches Wiegenlied - The brook's lullaby
Harry Sever
Harry Sever
Harry Sever, born in 1991, earned a Choral Scholarship to study at the Pilgrims' School in Winchester. He became Head Quirister of the Winchester College Chapel Choir. His performances as a soloist have included Britten's Turn of the Screw, Fauré's Requiem and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms. In 2003 he became BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year. He has been a soloist on two CDs made by the Winchester Quiristers, which include performances of Pie Jesu from Fauré's Requiem and Mendelssohn's Hear my Prayer. In 2005, he made a fine recording of English song, My Own Country, for Herald (HAVP311). Harry is an academic and music scholar at Winchester College.

Nadanai Laohakunakorn was born in 1988 in Bangkok, Thailand and began piano lessons at the age of four. He lived in America for three years before coming to England and gaining a scholarship to Winchester College in 2001. He currently studies with Rober Bottone, the Head of Keyboards at the College. He has performed extensively in the United States and Thailand, and gives regular performances in Winchester and London. He has recently performed Debussy's First Book of Preludes and Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata. He regularly accompanies the College's top musicians. As well as playing the piano, Nadanai plays the violin and organ. Although he intends to remain involved with music at university, he has many other academic interests.

"I had never expected to be won over by a boy soprano singing this music, but I found it to be completely captivating."
John Rutter

"...a remarkable achievement."
Sir Roger Norrington

"Harry expresses the German text with great conviction and clarity and his accompanist, Nadanai Laohakunakorn, plays with professional maturity."
Sir Charles Mackerras