4 Lieder, Op.50 (Graener, Paul)

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Sheet Music


 Complete score
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 Title page and table of contents (color)
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PMLP429101-Graener 4 Lieder Opus 50.pdf

First edition (reprint)

Publisher Info.:

Vienna: Universal Edition, 1919. Plate U.E. 5964.


Huntsville, TX: Recital Publications, No.773, n.d.


Public Domain - Non-PD EU [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Please note typographical error on page: second librettist's name is spelled Dauthendey


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General Information

Work Title 4 Lieder
Alternative Title Vier Lieder
Composer Graener, Paul
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.50
Key F major, D major, F major, G major
Movements/Sections 4 Songs
  1. O Nacht, du tiefer Bronnen (F major)
  2. Stör’ nicht den Schlaf der liebsten Frau (D major)
  3. Der Mond ist wie eine feurige Ros’ (ends F major)
  4. Am süßen lila Kleefeld (G major)
First Publication 1919 – Vienna: Universal Edition
Librettist Nos.1 and 2. Christian Morgenstern (1871-1914)
Nos.3 and 4. Max Dauthendey (1867-1918)
Language German
Dedication Meiner Frau gewidmet
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Voice, Piano
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