7 Lieder, Op.48 (Brahms, Johannes)
Berlin: Simrock'sche Musikhandlung, n.d.(1868). Plate 322.
Colour scan with digital watermark.
The plate number and unusual imprint suggest the first issue may have actually been Rieter-Biedermann or another publisher, with Simrock acting as agent for Prussia.
Eusebius Mandyczewski (1857-1929)
scan: score scanned at 600dpi
filter: score filtered with 2-point algorithm explained in High Quality Scanning
I provide the original scanned version and the filtered, because the filter does some changes (smoothening, sharpening borders) and some portions of the scan get lost sometimes (when they are too small e.g.) - so you can choose your favorite. You may ask me for a manually cleaned version.
Max Friedlaender (1852-1934)
Leipzig: Edition Peters, Eds.3201a, 3961a, n.d. Plates 9312, 10277
Reissue (after 1950) - New York
From Brahms Albums for high voice, Bd.1 (No. 1), Bd. 3 (Nos. 2-7). Low resolution
For Medium Voice
Scanned at 600dpi grayscale, converted to monochrome.
For Low Voice
Scanned at 600dpi, cleaned with 2-point algorithm, additional manual cleaning.
No.1. Der Gang zum Liebchen
The Watchful Lover / Mauvais accueil
*#64553 - 0.54MB, 4 (#19-22) pp. - (0) - V/V/V - 269x⇩
German / English / French
Victor Wilder (1835-1892), French text
Ausgewählte Lieder Band I & II für tiefe Stimme. Band II.
Berlin: N. Simrock, n.d.(ca.1900), Plate Original = 9200 = Ausgabe.
Leipzig: Edition Peters, n.d.(ca.1900) - licensed reprint
Cover and title pages: 300dpi color.
Music pages: 900dpi monochrome.
The title page (TN-file) is created by Max Klinger.
|Work Title||7 Lieder|
|Year/Date of Composition||1853–68|
|First Publication||1868 (November)|
|Librettist||Nos.1 and 4 — Josef Wenzig (1807–1876)|
Nos.2 and 3 — Traditional (from Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
No.5 — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832)
No.6 — Traditional (Old German)
No.7 — Adolf Friedrich von Schack (1815–1894)
|Average Duration||17 minutes|
|Instrumentation||Voice + Piano|
|External Links||The Lied and Art Song Texts Archive:
- Composed for voice with piano, 1853–68
- No.1 was also arranged for 3-part female chorus by Brahms, 1859–62? (first published in 1968)