Haugtussa, Op.67 (Grieg, Edvard)



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Normus (2009/1/22)

Editor Gerhard Rosenkrone Schjelderup (1859-1933)
Publisher. Info. Samlede Sange (2 vols.)
Kristiania (Oslo): Albert Cammermeyers Forlag, 1907.
Joint issue - Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen, 1908
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General Information

Work Title Haugtussa, Op.67
Alternative. Title The Mountain Maid
Composer Grieg, Edvard
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.67
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 8 songs
  1. Det syng / The Enticement
  2. Veslemøy
  3. Blåbaer-li / Blueberry Slope
  4. Møte / The Tryst
  5. Elsk / Love
  6. Killingdans / Kidlings' Dance
  7. Vond dag / Hurtful Day
  8. Ved gjaetle-bekken / At the Brook
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1895
First Publication. 1898
Librettist Arne Garborg (1851-1924)
Language Norwegian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano
External Links The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive
Extra Information The text for this song cycle comes from the Haugtussa poem cycle by Arne Garborg. Grieg chose 8 of the poems to include in his Op.67 'Haugtussa'. He also set others from Garborg's Haugtussa cycle, but didn't include them in the the published set. The EG 152 work number applies to all of the separate songs, but since there is no evidence Grieg intended them to be performed together (some are incomplete), they will be on separate pages under their individual titles.
  • Songs not included in the Op.67
1. Prolog, inc.
2. Veslemøy ved Rokken [Veslemøy at the Spinning-Wheel], inc.
3. Kvelding [Evening], inc.
4. Sporven, EG 152d [The Sparrow, also for female vv]
5. Fyrevarsel [Warning], inc.
6. I slåtten [In the Hayfield]
7. Veslemøy undrast [Veslemøy Wondering]
8. Dømd [Doomed]
9. Den snilde guten [The Nice Boy], inc.
10. Veslemøy lengtar [Veslemøy Longing]
11. Skog-glad [Forest Joy], inc.
12. Ku-lok [Cow-Call]