Begräbnisgesang, Op.13 (Brahms, Johannes)
Winterthur: J. Rieter-Biedermann, n.d.. Plate 167.
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|Alternative Title||"Nun lasst uns den Leib begraben" (Funeral Hymn)|
|Year/Date of Composition||1858|
|First Performance||1859-12-02, Hamburg|
|First Publication||1860 or 1861 – Winterthur: J. Rieter-Biedermann, Plate 167|
|Librettist||Michael Weisse (ca.1488–1534)|
|Average Duration||7 minutes|
|Instrumentation||Mixed Chorus with Harmonie
- Though there are only four printed vocal lines, the bass part is in 2 parts, therefore this work is for 5 voice parts
- Composed for mixed chorus and small orchestra, 1858
- Also arranged for mixed chorus and piano by Brahms, 1858–59?