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This is what I found on the Rhine in Wikipedia:Emphasis mineSwitzerland
The Rhine's origins are in the Swiss Alps in the canton of Graubünden, where its two main initial tributaries are called Vorderrhein and Hinterrhein. The Vorderrhein (anterior Rhine) springs from Lake Tuma near the Oberalp Pass and passes the impressive Ruinaulta (the Swiss Grand Canyon). The Hinterrhein (posterior Rhine) starts from the Paradies glacier near the Rheinquellhorn at the southern border of Switzerland. One of the latter tributaries originates in Val di Lei in Italy. Both tributaries meet near Reichenau, still in Graubünden.From Reichenau, the Rhine flows north as the Alpenrhein passing Chur and forming the frontier with Liechtenstein and then Austria, and then emptying into Lake Constance. Emerging from Lake Constance, flowing west as the Hochrhein it passes the Rhine Falls and is joined by the Aare river which more than doubles its water discharge to an average of nearly 1,000 cubic meters per second. It forms the boundary with Germany until it turns north at the so-called Rhine knee at Basel.
Shapley wrote:Well, I'm at a loss. There are over 700 lieder written by Schubert, and I can't find any reference to which are voice only or voice and piano. I tried using the Grim Reaper piece and the Walter Scott/Night on Bald Mountain/Fantasia connection looking for a Hallowe'en connection.
Is there a 'throwing in the towel' icon?
hint: all Schubert lieder are for voice and piano.
Shapley wrote:...But I read the description of Ave Maria (which is based on Sir Walter Scott's poem Lady of the Lake)...
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