Abend wird es wieder (Rinck, Christian Heinrich)

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Altena: Jürgen Knuth

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For Mixed Chorus (Knuth)

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Altena: Jürgen Knuth

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General Information

Work Title Abend wird es wieder
Alternative Title Abendlied
Composer Rinck, Christian Heinrich
Key C major
Movements/Sections 1
Year/Date of Composition 1827
Librettist August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben (1798–1874)
Language German
Composer Time Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Voice, Piano
External Links Manuscript copy of TTBB setting (D-MT Mus.ms. 3026)
TTBB setting* (CH-E Mw 1673) from coll. Sammlung Gemischter Chöre und Männerchöre (p.117)
St. Gallen: J. J. Sonderegger, 1880. Listed as arranged by Bernhard Bogler (1821-1902)
The only difference from the D-MT mss description is that it is for male chorus
rather than four solo voices.


Misc. Comments

Originally may have been for 4 male singers a cappella, actually, not for voice and piano- see RISM (admittedly a ms copy, not an autograph). (Whence 1827, by the way, for composition date? And when was first publication date?) - Schissel

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