The German "Lied"

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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby NidaKaldirim » Wed Sep 23, 2009 8:49 am

Dear Rob,

There is a transposition of op.17 for low voice, I'll try to get it soon...
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby NidaKaldirim » Wed Sep 30, 2009 5:03 pm

New scans, for Bass...
Pfitzner Lieder tief.pdf
Pfitzner Lieder für Bass.pdf
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby rob » Wed Sep 30, 2009 9:50 pm

NidaKaldirim wrote:New scans, for Bass...
Pfitzner Lieder tief.pdf
Pfitzner Lieder für Bass.pdf

Oh! Marvellous! Pfitzner was such a reactionary old sod, but I have to admit I have a soft spot for some of his music. This will be very interesting. Thank you so much. 8-)

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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby NidaKaldirim » Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:16 pm

Some more Pfitzner...

Pfitzner Lieder für Mezzo und Bariton Heft 2.pdf

Pfitzner Lieder für Mezzo und Bariton Heft 1.pdf
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby NidaKaldirim » Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:44 pm

And all the remaining Draeseke songs which I have...
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Draeseke WoO Wunder.pdf

Draeseke WoO Waldgang.pdf

Draeseke op81 4 Lieder.pdf

Draeseke op80 Die traurige Krönung.pdf

Draeseke op78 Frühlingsgruß.pdf

Draeseke op76 3 Gesänge.pdf

Draeseke op75 3 geistliche Gesänge.pdf

Draeseke op68 3 Gesänge.pdf

Draeseke op67 5 Gesänge.pdf

Draeseke op62 4 Gesänge.pdf

Draeseke op61 5 Gesänge.pdf

Draeseke op53 Das Schloß am Meer, Ballade f. mittl. Stimme.pdf

Draeseke op34 2 Balladen f. mittl. Stimme.pdf

Draeseke op33 Gedenkblätter 2 Gesänge f. mittl. Stimme.pdf
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby klavierelch » Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:40 am

Great, Nida; many thanks especially for all the Draeseke. He still is a much neglected composer.
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby didi » Mon Mar 08, 2010 3:53 pm

Nida

thanks a lot also from this side for the Pfitzner and especially the Draeseke Lieder !

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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby Roeland » Thu May 27, 2010 5:38 pm

Thanks a lot (although late) from me too!!!!
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby alfor » Fri Sep 10, 2010 5:28 pm

Hugo WOLF composed Lieder after German poets Mörike, Eichendorff, etc. - so you may forgive me that I ask my question in this thread:

Are there any piano solo arr. of Wolf songs???
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Re: The German "Lied"

Postby rob » Fri Sep 10, 2010 6:04 pm

alfor wrote:Hugo WOLF composed Lieder after German poets Mörike, Eichendorff, etc. - so you may forgive me that I ask my question in this thread:

Are there any piano solo arr. of Wolf songs???

Have found reference to a Bruno Hinze-Reinhold in the 1930s who arranged a number of Wolf songs for solo piano.

Also see 'O.T.' above:
"HINZE-REINHOLD Bruno (1877-1964) Wolf 10 Klavierstücke nach Liedern Litolff Klavier"
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