4 Lieder (Marx, Joseph)

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 2. Adagio - Complete score, Cello part
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 3. Du Bist der Garten - Complete score, Violin part
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 4. Durch Einsamkeiten - Complete score, Viola part
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Publisher Info.:

Vienna: Universal Edition, 1916. Plate U.E. 5838, 5836, 5837.

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Public Domain - Non-PD EU [tag/del]

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Previously added by Cypressdome to USA server on October 23, 27, 2011.

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General Information

Work Title 4 Lieder
Alternative Title Vier Lieder (nach Texten von Anton Wildgans) für Singstimme und Instrumente
Composer Marx, Joseph
Movements/Sections 4 songs
  1. Pan trauert um Syrinx - Eine mythologische Szene
  2. Adagio
  3. Du bist der Garten
  4. Durch Einsamkeiten
First Publication 1916 – Vienna: Universal Edition
Librettist Anton Wildgans (1881–1932)
Language German
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation :
  1. soprano or tenor (no.1), flute, piano
  2. mezzo-soprano or baritone, cello, piano
  3. mezzo-soprano or baritone, violin, piano
  4. mezzo-soprano or baritone, viola, piano
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