I'm very sorry. I wanted to make clear, that D191 is not a new version of the song "Des Mädchens Klage" but a new setting of the poem. So the first file is not a new setting,but a new version and the second file too a new version not a new setting. In other words: Just change the termini setting and version. The difference can be seen also in D 192, which is different from D 30(two settings not versions). Sorry once again.--Molinarius 05:34, 23 September 2007 (EDT)
The same case is D 163 and D 165 (different keys, metres... - two settings). In different versions only details are altered. --Molinarius 06:13, 23 September 2007 (EDT)
Thanks for your help...As the number of Schubert Lieder becomes greater, it becomes harder to make sure I'm using the correct terminology. I'm just an enthusiastic amateur so I hope the more experienced Schubertians out there can help me out!
I'm using the index to the Hyperion collection of Schubert-Lieder as my guide (http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/schubert_index.asp) but even so, there are times when "setting" and "version" seem to be used interchangeably, or there are simply two songs listed with identical title and text and no other identification except separate D-numbers.
"Setting" and "version" as used by Hyperion don't always correspond to those in the Deutsch catalogue, and I'm not sure if they always correspond to "bearbeitung" and "fassung" as used in the original Gesamtausgabe.
So if you see anything I've done wrong, please feel free to correct it. - Aldona Could someone fix the files on this page?--Snailey Yell at me Email me 07:19, 23 November 2008 (EST)
I have uploaded two transcriptions by Heller and by Goria of this song. I want to link the name of the transcribers to their respective page, but I guess I do not use the proper syntax. Can somebody help?
Also, is there a possibility to put in the Goria page the name of the work (Les Plaintes de la Jeune Fille, Op.20) with a link to the Schubert page, or is it necessary to duplicate the upload in the Goria page? Thanks in advance. --Jean-Séb 17:28, 23 November 2009 (UTC)