Abend wird es wieder (Rinck, Christian Heinrich)

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Altena: Jürgen Knuth

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General Information

Work Title Abend wird es wieder
Alternative Title Abendlied
Composer Rinck, Christian Heinrich
Key C major
Movements/Sections 1
Year/Date of Composition 1827
Librettist August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben (1798–1874)
Language German
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Voice, Piano
External Links Manuscript copy of TTBB setting (D-MT Mus.ms. 3026)
TTBB setting* (CH-E Mw 1673) from coll. Sammlung Gemischter Chöre und Männerchöre (p.117)
St. Gallen: J. J. Sonderegger, 1880. Listed as arranged by Bernhard Bogler (1821-1902)
The only difference from the D-MT mss description is that it is for male chorus
rather than four solo voices.


Misc. Comments

Originally may have been for 4 male singers a cappella, actually, not for voice and piano- see RISM (admittedly a ms copy, not an autograph). (Whence 1827, by the way, for composition date? And when was first publication date?) - Schissel

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