The German "Lied"

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Here you are
Clara Schumann Lorelei.pdf
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You've saved the life of a good friend of mine. Many thanks!
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Any time :D
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Johanna Kinkel (Johanna Mathieux, née Mockel)
* 8. Juli 1810 in Bonn ‐ † 15. November 1858 in London

Bio:
http://www.voiceoflyrics.com/compo/kinkel_e.html and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johanna_Kinkel
Kinkel,Johanna.-.Werkverzeichnis.pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.06.-.Sechs-Lieder-(v+pno-Kistner-Edition-1838).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.07.-.Sechs-Lieder-(v+pno-Trautwein-Edition-1838).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.08.-.Sechs-Lieder-nach-Geibel-(v+pno-Trautwein-Edition-1838).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.09.-.Lied-'Das-Schloss-Boncourt'-nach-Chamisso-(v+pno-Trautwein-Edition-1839).pdf
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Thank You, FW190.
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More works by Johanna Kinkel:
Kinkel,J.-.op.10.-.Sechs-Lieder-(v+pno-Trautwein-Edition-1839).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.11.-.Drei-Duetten-nach-Heine-(SA+pno-Trautwein-Edition-1840).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.13.-.Lied-'Don-Ramiro'-nach-Heine-(v+pno-Eck&Lefebvre-1840).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.14.-.Hymnus-in-coena-domini-(SATB+pno-Arnold-Edition-1840).pdf
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This Music is very welcome

I recently read the Biography "Clara Schumann, Klavier Ein Lebensbuch" - Dieter Kühn
Both women lived at the same time period, had several kids they had to support after her husbands died
and lived quite close - Bonn and Düsseldorf.
Dieter Kühn claimed that Kinkels compositions are superiour to the ones from Clara Schumann.
But perhaps not because she could not do better, rather than she was much interested to be a pianist
than a composer.

At least I can judge myself now.

Big thanks for these KInkels !!

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relative, didi - thanks for your interest.
Kinkel,J.-.op.15.-.Sechs-Lieder-(mv+pno-Eck&Lefebre-Edition-1841).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.16.-.Sechs-Lieder-(v+pno-Hofmeister-Edition-1841).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.17.-.Sechs-Lieder-(lv+pno-Bote&Bock-Edition-1851).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.18.-.Sechs-Lieder-(v+pno-Schlesinger-Edition-1843).pdf
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Kinkel,J.-.op.19.-.Sechs-Lieder-(lv+pno-Schloss-Edition-1851).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.op.21.-.Sechs-Lieder-(lv+pno-Schott-Edition-1851).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Fragment-eines-Liederbuchs-(v+pno-autograph-1856-57).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Songs-for-little-children-(libretto-1852).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Trinklied-(T+TTBB+pno-1838).pdf
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The most famous work of Johanna Kinkel is the part song Ritters Abschied, probably better known under it's English titel Soldier's Farewell.
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Soldier's-farewell'-in-Bb-(typeset).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Soldier's-farewell'-(v+pno-Jewell-Evans-Edition-1884).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Soldier's-farewell'-(TTBB-Evans-Edition-1884).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Soldier's-farewell'-(TTBB-Ditson-Edition-1882).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Soldier's-farewell'-(SATB-TTBB-Ditson-Edition).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Ritters-Abschied'-in-Db-(typeset).pdf
Kinkel,J.-.Part-Song-'Ritters-Abschied'-in-C-(SATB).pdf
Here you find a collection of books by or about Johanna and Gottfried Kinkel.
Please note: All books are in Public Domain and all books are in German. One (Dä hond ...) is written in the local dialect of Bonn, so called "Bönnsch".
For content see jpg:
Kinkel-books-preview.jpg
c. 56 MB: http://www.sendspace.com/file/5z2roj

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