Rübezahl, Op.600 (Abt, Franz)

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English

Translator:

William Grist (1840–1896)

Publisher Info.:

London: Augener & Co., n.d. [ca.1884]. Plate 6116.

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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Original scans: 300dpi, grayscale jpg2000 files approximately 2330 by 3290 pixels. Converted to black and white tif files, de-skewed, re-sampled to 600dpi, and set uniform margins.
This edition erroneously assigns the work opus 593.

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PMLP289195-HFrancke FAbt Rübezahl.pdf
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Offenbach: Johann André, n.d. [ca.1884].

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General Information

Work Title Rübezahl
Alternative Title Märchendichtung für Soli (S., A.) und Chöre (2 S. u. A.) und Pianoforte mit verbindender Deklamation
Composer Abt, Franz
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.600
Movements/Sections 8 songs
  1. Introductory: "By star-gleam never lighted"
  2. Chorus of Playmates. The King's Daughter: "See how the day-gleam the gloom overpowers"
  3. King's Daughter and Chorus of Gnomes: "Thou dear and lovely mortal child"
  4. King's Daughter, Playmates, and Gnome: "Succour to bear thee"
  5. Song of the King's Daughter: "The mountains are beaming"
  6. Song of the King's Daughter: "Birdie kind, oh do not tarry"
  7. The Gnomes' Song of Derision: "Count again, still count in wonder"
  8. Final Chorus: "Songs of gladness meet thee"
First Publication 1884 – Offenbach: Johann André
Librettist Hermann Francke (1834?–1919?) after a poem by Johann Karl August Musäus (1735–1787)
Language German
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices: 2 sopranos, alto + female chorus (SSA)
piano


Misc. Comments

Hermann Francke may be an alternate spelling for the composer Hermann Franke. Musicsack seems to leave open the possibility, listing both (Francke, Hermann (b.1834) and Franke, Hermann (1834-1919).)

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