Der Bergmannsgruß, op.17 (Anacker, August Ferdinand)

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Steiger-Arie "Glück auf, du holdes Sonnenlicht"

For Mixed Chorus (Knuth)

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Altena: Jürgen Knuth

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Steiger-Arie "Glück auf, du holdes Sonnenlicht"

For Mixed Chorus (Knuth)

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Reccmo (2012/7/7)

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WIMA.49c1-Glueck-auf.pdf
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Jürgen Knuth

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Altena: Jürgen Knuth

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General Information

Work Title Glück auf!
Alternative Title
Composer Anacker, August Ferdinand
Librettist Moritz Döring (1798-1856)
Language German
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, choir, unknown accompaniment


Misc. Comments

Movements:

  1. Kindergesang "Glück auf, Vater" (Frauen-Chor)
  2. Steiger-Arie "Glück auf, du holdes Sonnenlicht" (Bariton-Solo)
  3. Männerchor "Glück auf! Wie thut sich das Herz uns auf Grubenlied "Doch deckt dich auch der Erde Schoss" (Soli und Chor)
  4. Grubenlied
  5. Silberblick "Lacht nach bangen Kummertagen" (Solo-Quartett und Chor)
  6. Letzte Fahrt "Lebe wohl, du Bergmannskind" (Chor) op.17.
The instrumentation is unknown, especially if there is an orchestra involved.
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