17 Gesänge, Op.70 (Reger, Max)




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Editor Fritz Stein (1879-1961)
Publisher. Info. Leipzig: Lauterbach & Kuhn, 1903.
Reprinted Max Reger: Sämtliche Werke, Band 32 (pp.97-148)
Wiesbaden: Breitkopf und Härtel, 1958. Plate M.R. 32.
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General Information

Work Title 17 Gesänge
Alternative. Title Siebzhen Gesänge für eine hohe Stimme
Composer Reger, Max
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.70
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 17 songs
  1. Präludium
  2. Der König bei der Krönung
  3. Ritter rät dem Knappen dies
  4. Die bunten Kühe
  5. Gruss
  6. Elternstolz
  7. Meine Seele
  8. Die Verschmähte
  9. Sehnsucht
  10. Hoffnungstrost
  11. Gegen Abend
  12. Dein Bild
  13. Mein und Dein
  14. Der Bote
  15. Tränen
  16. Des Durstes Erklärung
  17. Sommernacht
First Publication. 1903 – Leipzig: Lauterbach & Kuhn
Librettist see below
  1. Martin Boelitz (1874-1918)
  2. Eduard Mörike (1804-1875)
  3. Otto Julius Bierbaum (1865-1910)
  4. Gustav Falke (1853-1916)
  5. Otto Franz Gensichen (1847-1933)
  6. folksong
  7. Franz Evers (1871-1947)
  8. Gustav Falke (1853-1916)
  9. Ludwig Jacobowski (1868-1900)
  10. folksong
  11. Otto Julius Bierbaum (1865-1910)
  12. Ludwig Jacobowski (1868-1900)
  13. Johann Georg Fischer (1816-1897)
  14. K. Fick (fl. 1910?)
  15. Richard Braungart (1872-1963)
  16. K. Fick (fl. 1910?)
  17. Franz Evers (1871-1947)
Language German
Dedication Ludwig Hess
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano