Volume 3 - No. An die Nachtigall. PDF scanned by Variations Prot Berlin: N. Plate , Genre Categories Lieder ; Songs ; For voice, piano ; For voices with keyboard ; Scores featuring the voice ; Scores featuring the piano ; German language.
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First Pub lication. Georg Friedrich Daumer — Duration 11 minutes Composer Time Period Comp. Lieder ; Songs ; For voice, piano ; For voices with keyboard ; Scores featuring the voice ; Scores featuring the piano ; German language. Contents 1 Performances 1. Editor First edition. Berlin: Simrock'sche Musikhandlung , n. Plate Colour scan with digital watermark The plate number and unusual imprint suggest the first issue may have actually been Rieter-Biedermann or another publisher, with Simrock acting as agent for Prussia.
Simrock In die Edition Peters aufgenommen , No. Edition transposed for medium voice Scanned at dpi grayscale, improved, converted to monochrome. Filter: cleaned with 2-point algorithm , additional manual cleaning. Only volume 1 of the Peters Brahms songs was ever released in a middle voice edition. Edition transposed for low voice Scanned at dpi, cleaned with 2-point algorithm , additional manual cleaning. Brahms, Johannes. Ziemlich langsam. Quartets with Keyboard 3 Quartets, Op. Voice with Keyboard 6 Songs, Op.
Tiecks Magelone, Op. Duets with Keyboard 3 Duets, Op.
4 Lieder, Op.46 (Brahms, Johannes)
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Die Nachtigall (Johannes Brahms)
Dann flieht der Schlaf von neuem dieses Lager, Ich starre dann. Mit nassem Blick, und todtenbleich und hager, Den Himmel an. Do not pour forth your love-enflamed songs' Tuneful sounds so loudly, Down from the blossoming branch of the apple tree, O Nightingale! With your sweet throat, you call me and Awaken Love within me; For already the depths of my soul are stirred By your melting cry.