HIGH AHRT for Mental Health - Acknowledging One Can Feel Like a Stranger Everywhere: Schubert, "The Wanderer" / Fischer-Dieskau, Moore

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    Apr 11, 2017 1:46 AM GMT
    HIGH AHRT for Mental Health - Acknowledging One Can Feel Like a Stranger Everywhere: Schubert, "The Wanderer" / Fischer-Dieskau, Moore

    https://youtu.be/BR8_n-B8qu0

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    Apr 11, 2017 1:50 AM GMT
    The Wanderer Addresses The Moon

    I on the earth, you in the sky -
    we both wander briskly on:
    I stern and troubled
    You mild and pure;
    what might be the difference between us?

    A stranger, I wander from land to land,
    so rootless and unknown;
    up mountains and down,
    into forests and out,
    but nowhere am I - alas! - at home.

    But you [Moon] wander up and down,
    from the eastern cradle to the western grave,
    on your pilgrimage from land to land;
    and wherever you are, you are at home.

    The sky, endlessly spreading,
    is your beloved homeland

    O happy is he who, wherever he goes,
    still stands on native ground!

    (Translation by Emily Ezust)
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    Apr 11, 2017 2:04 AM GMT
    This certainly is a High Ahrt performance.
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    Apr 11, 2017 2:05 AM GMT
    I've repeated the play of this about six times.
    Sublime. Beautiful.