Ade, du lieber Tannenwald (Esser, Heinrich)

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Sheet Music

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Language English
Translator J. C., English text
Publisher. Info. New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co., 1885. Plate 11413.
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General Information

Work Title Ade, du lieber Tannenwald
Alternative. Title Ade, du liebes Waldesgrün ; Abschied ; Abschied vom Walde
Composer Esser, Heinrich
Key C major (depends on voice type really)
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
First Publication. 1844 – Mainz: Schott
Librettist Johann Nepomuk Vogl (1802-1866)
Language German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice and Piano
External Links RISM 450036572

Misc. Comments

Published in 1844 for voice and piano by Schott. Arranged by (or published in a collection assembled by? hrsg. is ambiguous) Franz Abt for men's chorus (a light arrangement - leichte) - 1858. Also according to HMB served as the subject of a number of fantasies, rondinos, etc. by other composers (Brunner, Louis Kohler, about ten others perhaps.) Also, several English translations published in the United States.

Appeared in a number of lieder-albums but not apparently itself -called- a lied, so tagging as song.

(Was being republished as late as 1905 - see Hofmeister's Monatsbericht (1905), p.681 (men's chorus arrangement) - if not later.)