18 Lieder, Op.75 (Reger, Max)

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PMLP93445-Reger op.075 Achtzehn Gesaenge RGA vol32.pdf
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Fritz Stein (1879-1961)

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Leipzig: Lauterbach & Kuhn, 1904.

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Max Reger: Sämtliche Werke, Band 32 (pp.149-195)
Wiesbaden: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1958. Plate M.R. 32.

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 2. Mondnacht
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TN-Reger, Max, 18 Lieder, Op.75. No.2..jpg
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First edition

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Leipzig: Lauterbach & Kuhn, 1904. Plate L. & K. 186.

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Äolsharfe (No.11)

For Voice and Orchestra (Reger)

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PMLP93445-Reger op.075 Nr.11 fs RGA vol35.pdf
Editor:

Ottmar Schreiber (1906-1984)

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Berlin: Bote & Bock, 1914.

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Max Reger: Sämtliche Werke, Band 35 (pp.72-77)
Wiesbaden: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1970. Plate M.R. 35.

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General Information

Work Title 18 Lieder
Alternative Title
Composer Reger, Max
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.75
Key Various
Movements/Sections 18 songs
  1. Merkspruch
  2. Mondnacht
  3. Der Knabe an die Mutter
  4. Dämmer
  5. Böses Weib
  6. Ihr, ihr Herrlichen!
  7. Schlimm für die Männer
  8. Wäsche im Wind
  9. All mein Gedanken
  10. Schwäbische Treue
  11. Aeolsharfe
  12. Hat gesagt - bleibt's nicht dabei
  13. Das Ringlein
  14. Schlafliedchen
  15. Darum
  16. Das Fenster klang im Winde
  17. Du brachtest mir deiner Seele Trank
  18. Einsamkeit
Year/Date of Composition 1904
First Publication 1904
Librettist see below
  1. Wilhelm Weigand (1862-1949)
  2. Franz Evers (1871-1947)
  3. Serbian folksong
    Talvj (1797-1870) (pseudonym of Therese Albertine Luise Robinson), German translation
  4. Martin Boelitz (1874-1918)
  5. unknown
  6. Friedrich Hölderlin (1770-1843)
  7. Serbian folksong
    Talvj (1797-1870) (pseudonym of Therese Albertine Luise Robinson), German translation
  8. Gustav Falke (1853-1916)
  9. Felix Dahn (1834-1912)
  10. Sophie Seyboth (fl. 1905?)
  11. Hermann Lingg (1820-1905)
  12. folksong
  13. Ludwig Jacobowski (1868-1900)
  14. Carl Busse (1872-1918)
  15. Sophie Seyboth (fl. 1905?)
  16. Franz Evers (1871-1947)
  17. Richard Braungart (1872-1963)
  18. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832)
Language German
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano
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