Adieu! (Weyrauch, August Heinrich von)

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 Complete Score (Adieu!)
#307196 - 0.51MB, 4 pp. -  6.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1- V/V/V - 464x

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Jurabe (2013/12/17)

TN-François Schubert Adieu Cover.jpg


Publisher Info.:

Paris: Richault, n.d. Plate R. 331X? (illegible).


Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Cello and Piano (Vogel and Guérout)

 Piano score
#65496 - 0.73MB, 4 pp. -  7.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (2- V/V/V - 905x

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Generoso (2010/5/30)

 Cello part
#65497 - 0.19MB, 1 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V/V - 839x

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Generoso (2010/5/30)

PMLP133191-Schubert - LAdieu for Cello and Piano score.pdf

Charles Vogel (1808–1892)
Henri Guérout (d. ca.1900?)

Publisher Info.:

Brunswick: Henry Litolff's Verlag, n.d. Plate 10123.B.


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For Piano solo (Heller)
See: 30 Lieder von Franz Schubert übertragen by Stephen Heller
For Piano solo (Liszt)
See: 6 Melodien von Franz Schubert, S.563, by Franz Liszt
For Piano solo (Trojelli)
See: Choix de mélodies de Schubert by Angelino Trojelli
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General Information

Work Title Nach Osten!
Alternative Title Adieu! ; Lebewohl
Composer Weyrauch, August Heinrich von
Key E-flat major
Movements/Sections 1 (Feierlich und mysterieus)
Text Incipit Nach Osten!: Nach Osten geht, nach Osten, Der Erde stiller Flug
Adieu!: Voici, l'instant supreme ; Schon naht, um uns zu scheiden
Librettist Nach Osten: Karl Friedrich Gottlob Wetzel (1779–1819), German text
Adieu!: Mr. Bélanger, French text
Language German ; French
Composer Time Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice and Piano
Extra Information Mistakenly attribued to Franz Schubert, made more confusing by Richault's translation of the Austrian composer's first name, so also confused with François Schubert.

Misc. Comments

Version History

  • Composed to the German text, as Nach Osten!
    Privately published 1824, by the composer
  • French text version with Schubert's name on the title-page, as Adieu!
    Published ca.1835 (Paris)
  • Arranged for piano by Theodor Döhler, as his Op.45 No.3, Adieu, mélodie de Schubert
    Published 1843 by Schlesinger (Berlin)
  • Arranged for piano by Franz Liszt, 1844, as Lebewohl (No.1) of 6 Melodien von Franz Schubert, S.563
    Published 1844 by Richault (Paris)
    Published 1846 by Schlesinger (Berlin)
  • Version with a German translation of the French text Adieu!, as Schubert's
    Published 1845 by Schlesinger (Berlin)
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