6 Lieder, Op.28 (Eisler, Hanns)

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Publisher. Info. Lieder und Kantaten, Bd.5 (pp.2-9)
Leipzig: VEB Breitkopf & Härtel, 1961. Plate D.A.K. 5.
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Misc. Notes Also known as "Lied der Truppe 'Roter Wedding'"
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General Information

Work Title Sechs Lieder
Alternative. Title
Composer Eisler, Hanns
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.28
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 songs (see below)
Der rote Wedding
Der heimlich Aufmarsch (No.3)
Komintern
Lied des Kampfbundes (No.5)
Stempellied (No.6)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1928-30
First Performance. 1929 in Berlin (No.6)
1929-05 in Berlin (Komintern)
1929-11 in Berlin (Der rote Wedding)
1930-10-16 in Berlin (No.3)
1932 in Berlin (No.5)
First Publication. 1929 - Komintern, Der rote Wedding, Stempellied (vocal scores)
1930 - Der heimlich Aufmarsch (vocal score)
1961? - Lied des Kampfbundes
Librettist Erich Weinert (1890-1953) - Nos.3, 5, "Der rote Wedding"
David Weber (1899-1978) - No.6
Franz Jahnke/Maxim Vallentin (1904-1987) - "Komintern"
Language German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Probably originally voice, alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, percussion, and piano

Misc. Comments

  • The numbering of songs in this opus is confused. In major publications, both online and in print, including WorldCat, only No.6 ("Stempellied") is referred to by its number within the set of Lieder. I have been able to find the correct numbering for Nos.3 and 5 ("Der heimlich Aufmarsch" and "Lied des Kampfbundes", respectively), by digging through grad school theses. I've also found that two other songs are also in the set--"Der rote Wedding" and "Komintern"--but I haven't been able to find a source that cites their numbering. All together, that makes 5 songs, 3 of whose numbering is known; at the moment, one song is still missing.