Selections from 'Samling af flerstemmige mandssange' (Kjerulf, Halfdan)

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Normus (2009/6/1)

Editor Johann Didrick Behrens (1820–1890)
Publisher. Info. Christiana (Oslo): Feilberg & Landberg, n.d.(ca.1845–82)
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Misc. Notes Compilation of Kjerulf's contribution to the series. See below for contents
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Work Title Samling af flerstemmige mandssange
Alternative. Title Collection for Four-Part Male Voices
Composer Kjerulf, Halfdan
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 33 pieces
  • Samling af Mandskorsange
1. Brudefærden i Hardanger, HK 38
2. Den blide dag
3. Norges Fjelde
4. Barcarole
5. Nøkken
6. Tonernes flugt
7. Serenade ved Strandbredden
8. Frejdigt liv
9. Serenade
10. Norges natur
11. Jægersang
12. Morgenvandring, HK 168
13. I Skoven
14. Solvirkning
15. Unge Piger og gammel Vin
16. Studenter-Balvise
17. Solskinsvise
18. Sangerhilsen til damerne, HK 105
19. Jaegeres sang paa fjeldet, HK 223
  • Sangbok for Mandskor
20. Jubilate, amen
21. Serenade
22. I Granskoven
23. Til Bergen
24. Ton søde Strenge
25. Natten paa Fjorden
26. Den Længtende
27. Lokkende Toner
  • Mandskor-arrangementer
28. Studentersang
29. Heimreise fra Sætren
30. Hu Guro
31. Druens pris, HK 342
32. Astri, mi Astri
33. Hil dig, Kong Sverre, HK 344
First Publication. 1845–82 ca.
Librettist Various
Language Norwegian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Male chorus a capella


Misc. Comments

  • "Behrens’s editions of songs for men’s choirs had great influence in Norway, especially the Samling af flerstemmige mandssange published between 1845 and 1882; it contains about 500 pieces by most of the Norwegian composers of the time, some written specially for the collection" — Grove Online (2010).


The above file contains Kjerulf's contributions to Samling af flerstemmige mandssange, both original and arrangements