Heidenröslein, D. 257 (string trio – 2 violins and cello)
Title: Heidenröslein, D. 257
Composer: Franz Schubert, arr. David Gable
Instrumentation: Two Violins and Cello
Printout: 3 pages
Note: Heidenröslein (heath rose, or rose on the heath) is one of Schubert’s most beautiful and well known lieder. The music was written to a poem by Goethe. In this setting, the melody is presented initially in the first violin, then an octave lower by the second violin.