The Dichterliebe (Opus 48) and the Eichendorff (Opus 39) cycles are both from the 1977 set on Deutsche Grammophon, with Christoph Eschenbach (6 CDs). The rest of the set is from the early 1960s, with Jorg Demus. For those of us who perfer Fischer-Dieskau's earlier performances, I wish they would have used earlier performances throughout the set. There was a period during the sixties where he recorded Dichterliebe alone, three or four times in as many years, for Deutsche Grammophon, so they have plenty of material in archive (you can read reviews in old High-Fidelity magazines). Needless to say, all these songs are in the bigger set and make an interesting comparison. For the most part he is slower here and more sensitive throughout. This set contains no translations.