12 Lieder and Romances, Op.44 (Brahms, Johannes)

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Leipzig: u. Winterthur: J. Rieter-Biedermann, n.d.[1866]. Plates 474.a, b.

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TN-Brahms Werke Band 21 Breitkopf JB 124 Op 44.jpg
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Eusebius Mandyczewski (1857-1929)

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Johannes Brahms: Sämtliche Werke, Band 21:
Mehrstimmige Gesänge ohne Begleitung (pp.164-78)

Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1926-27. Plate J.B. 124.

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 3. Barcarole ("Fidolin")
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PMLP52607-BrahmsBarcaroleFidolintransCragin.pdf
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Louisa T. Cragin (1837–1886), English text

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Boston: Carl Prüfer, 1881. Plate C.P. 407.

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Barcarole (No.3)

For Soprano, Alto and Piano (Siegfried Strohbach)

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Siegfried Strohbach

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Siegfried Strohbach

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General Information

Work Title 12 Songs and Romances
Alternative Title 12 Lieder und Romanzen
Composer Brahms, Johannes
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.44
Movements/Sections 12 songs
  1. Minnelied - Con moto (E major)
  2. Der Bräutigam - Allegro (E major)
  3. Barcarole - Allegretto grazioso (E major)
  4. Fragen - Sehr lebhaft und rasch (C major)
  5. Die Müllerin - Allegro (C minor)
  6. Die Nonne - Andante (G minor)
  7. Nun stehn die Rosen in Blüte - Allegro (E major)
  8. Die Berge sind spitz - Andantino (A minor)
  9. Am Wildbach die Weiden - Angenehm bewegt (A major-F minor)
  10. Und gehst du über den Kirchof - Andante (E minor–E major)
  11. Die Braut - Andante espressivo (D minor)
  12. Märznacht - Poco Allegro (B minor–B major)
Year/Date of Composition 1859–60
First Performance 1861-01-15 in Hamburg (Nos.1 and 2)
1873-11-08 in Hamburg (No.3)
1869-03-04 in Basle (Nos.4 and 10)
1868-02 in Zürich (No.6)
1885-03-11 in Vienna (Nos.7 to 9)
1895-02-02 in Vienna (No.11)
First Publication 1866 (October)
Librettist Various
1. Johann Heinrich Voss (1751–1826)
2. Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857)
3. K. Witte
4. Anastasius Grün, pseud. Anton Alexander von Auersperg (1806–1876)
5. Adelbert von Chamisso (1781–1838)
6, 12. Ludwig Uhland (1787–1862)
7–10. Paul Heyse (1830–1914)
11. Wilhelm Müller (1794–1827)
Language German
Average Duration 17 minutes
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Chorus (SSAA) + Piano (ad lib)
External Links KDH Listening Guide
Extra Information Version History:
  • Composed for 4-part female chorus with optional piano accompaniment, 1859–60
  • No.1 was also arrenged for 3-part female chorus by Brahms, 1859–62? (published in 1968)
  • Nos.5 and 6 were also arranged for 4-part mixed chorus by Brahms, 1859–62? (unpublished)
  • No.9 was also arranged for 3-part female chorus by Brahms, 1859–62? (first performance: Kiel, 24 April 1899; published in 1952)
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