4 Lieder, Op.29 (Reinecke, Carl)
New revised edition.
Leipzig: J. Schuberth & Co., 1867. Plate 1465.
These are the versions for soprano or tenor.
SBB estimates date of publication as 1874. This mystifies me; the first page of each song says "Entered according to Act of Congress A.D. 1867"- this refers either to the date of the act of Congress (which is true in some similar cases in some countries) or, more consistently with other US-copyrighted scores, with the year of copyright, here, 1867. (The plate is the same as the original 1851 issue, however.)
|Work Title||4 Lieder|
|Alternative Title||Vier Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte|
|First Publication||1851 – Leipzig: Schuberth & Co.|
|Language||German, with English translation provided by M. Harris (? fl.1850s)|
Translation included with first edition. Opus 29 also given to String Quartet in F (No.2) published by Hofmeister published in 1852 (later moved to opus 30 by composer, it seems.)