3 Stimmungen (Klenau, Paul von)

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Publisher. Info. Vienna: Universal Edition, 1918. Plate U.E. 5963.
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General Information

Work Title Drei Stimmungen für Klavier zu zwei Händen
Alternative. Title
Composer Klenau, Paul von
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 sections
1. Ruhig fließend (Andante non troppo tranquillo)
2. Leidenschaftlich bewegt (Appassionato)
3. Leicht (scherzando)
First Publication. 1918
Dedication none
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Solo piano


Misc. Comments

Each piece has an inscription, as follows:

I

Es schlummert ein Lied in der Aue im kühlen, nächtlichen Hain. (J.P. Jacobsen)

[There slumbers a song in the floodplain in the cool night grove.]

II

Von gaukelnden Wogen / hinunter gezogen, / zwei schimmernde Schwäne, sie schiffen daher ... Laßt ruhn das Gefieder! / Ihr seht euch nicht wieder. / Der Tag ist vorüber, es dämmert die nacht. (Fr. Hebbel)

[From cackling waves / pulled down / two shimmering swans, thence they embark ... Let rest the plumage! / You see each other again not. / The day is over, the night dawns.]

III

Süßes, leicht beschwingtes Leben, / Dem ich selig hingegeben, / Rinnst vorüber wie ein Traum, / Silbermond auf Wellenschaum. (H.S.)

[Sweet, lightly winged life, / To which I gave, blessed, / Runs passed like a dream, / silver moon sparkling wave.]