6 Leichte Duette, Op.444 (Abt, Franz)

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Language English / German
Translator L.L. Scaife (fl.1870s)
Publisher. Info. Boston: G. D. Russell & Co., 1875. Plates 3560, 3559, 3558, 3567, 3568, 3569.
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Misc. Notes VIAF lists a Lauriston L. Scaife which is their only match for L.L. Scaife, but this is a late 20th-century person apparently and could not have translated the Abt duets, unless the two are related people of the same name, which wants evidence. Might be a lawyer - and senior partner of a law firm of note- of that name whose daughter married Reginald Robbins (born 1875) (see Harvard College Class of 1897 class notes, records of the class, page 341. He may have been well-known enough at the time in Boston not to require further elaboration of his initials- as in the L.L. Scaife, of course!!)
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Work Title 6 Leichte Duette
Alternative. Title Sechs leichte Duette f. Soprano und Alto (auch im Chor zu singen) m. Begl. d. Pfte
Composer Abt, Franz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.444
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFA 39
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 duets
1. Das Kirchlein
2. Komm herein
3. Heimwärts möcht ich ziehen
4. O Welt, wie bist du so schön
5. Zage nur nicht
6. Heraus
Text Incipit 6
1. Ein Kirchlein steht im Blauen
2. Komm herein
3. Weit hinaus zum Meeresstrande
4. Es hebt sich ein seliges Klingen
5. Zage nur nicht
6. Heraus
First Publication. 1874 – Leipzig: C.F.W. Siegel
Librettist 6
1. Johann Sebastian Wilhelm Kilzer (1799-1864)
2. Emanuel Geibel (1815–1884)
3. Heinrich Grunholzer (1819-1873)
4. Anonymous/unknown
5. Anonymous/unknown
6. Anonymous/unknown
Language German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Soprano, Alto (soli, or choir) and piano
External Links From Recmusic.org:
No.2: The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive
No.4: The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive
No.5: The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive
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