7 Lieder, Op.62 (Brahms, Johannes)
Berlin: N. Simrock, 1874. Plate 7453.
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Eusebius Mandyczewski (1857-1929)
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|Work Title||7 Lieder|
|Text Incipit||see below
|Year/Date of Composition||1873–74|
|First Performance||1874-11-08 — Vienna (Nos.2 to 4)|
1886-04-09 — Hamburg (No.5)
1877-01-04 — Munich (No.6)
|First Publication||1874 (September)|
|Librettist||Nos.1 and 2 — Traditional (from Des Knaben Wunderhorn)|
Nos.3 to 6 — Paul Heyse (1830–1914)
No.7 — Traditional (Old German)
|Average Duration||22 minutes|
|Instrumentation||Chorus (SATB), except No.6 which is for Chorus (SAATBB)|
- Composed for unaccompanied mixed chorus, 1873–74
- No.6 was arranged for 4-part female chorus by Brahms (published in 1938)
- No.7 was arranged for soprano solo with SATB chorus by Brahms