Børnenes Jul, Op.36 (Gade, Niels)
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Copenhagen: Horneman & Erslev, n.d.(ca.1865). Plate 474.
The Andantino (Barn Jesus i en Krybbe laa) contains words, but none of the other pieces do.
Copenhagen: Wilhelm Hansen. n.d.(ca.1950). Plate 474.
Later re-engraving, though original plate number (ca.1865) was retained. The Andantino (Barn Jesus i en Krybbe laa) contains words, but none of the other pieces do. This file is from the MIT archive project.
Jacques Rollin (ca.1702-1768), French text
Paris: Durand, 1918. Plate D. & F. 9603.
From the uploader's library. The Andantino with the Danish lyrics translated into French by Rollin. Part of a volume containing also Aquarelles op.19 and Idylle op.34
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For String Orchestra (Hofmann)
Richard Hofmann (1844-1918)
For Voice and Piano
John Oxenford, English text
London: News Chronicle, n.d.
|Work Title||Børnenes Jul|
|Alternative Title||Der Kinder Christabend/Smaa Claveerstykke|
|Year/Date of Composition||1859|
|Librettist||Hans Christian Andersen (1805−1875)|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|Instrumentation||piano (see below, Comments)|
- In the original publication, the subtitle is Smaa Claveerstykke, and there are only words to 16 bars of Jule-Klokkerne (Andantino, Barn Jesus i en Krybbe laa). Further, Grove Music lists this as a piano piece. Although Gade may not have intended it to be sung as such, it has been tagged as both piano pieces, and a vocal work.