Wartburg-Lieder, S.345 (Liszt, Franz)

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Editor Peter Raabe (1872–1945)
Publisher. Info. Franz Liszt: Musikalische Werke. Serie VII, Band 3.
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1922. Plate F.L. VII 103.
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General Information

Work Title Wartburg-Lieder
Alternative. Title Der Braut Willkommen auf Wartburg
Composer Liszt, Franz
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. S.345 ; LW.L14
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1872–73
First Performance. Wartburg, 23 September 1873
First Publication. 1873 (vocal score)
Librettist Joseph Viktor von Scheffel (1826–1886) (Nos.1 to 6)
Wizlav II, Prince of Rügen (1240–1302) (An Frau Minne)
Language German
Average DurationAvg. Duration Grand Duke Karl August and Grand Duchess Pauline of Saxony
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Tenor, 2 Baritone (or Baritone, Bass) voices, Mixed Chorus, and Orchestra (or Piano)


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Section Listing

EinleitungAn Frau Minne ("Die Erde ist erschlossen")

For SATB chorus, orchestra (or piano)

1. Wolfram von Eschenbach ("Als wir mit deutschen Klingen")

For baritone solo, SATB chorus, orchestra (or piano)

2. Heinrich von Ofterdingen ("Hab' ich geträumt?")

For tenor solo, orchestra (or piano)

3. Walther von der Vogelweide ("Beim Scheiden der Sonne erschimmert")

For tenor solo, orchestra (or piano)

4. Der tugendhafte Schreiber ("Ich schrieb allzeit nur wenig")

For baritone or bass solo, orchestra (or piano)

5. Biterolf und der Schmied von Ruhla ("Thüringens Wälder senden den Waidmann und den Schmied")

For 2 baritones, orchestra (or piano)

6. Reimar der Alte ("Wo liebende Herzen sich innig vermählt")

For tenor solo, orchestra (or piano)

Version History

  • Composed for 3 voices, mixed chorus and orchestra, 1872–73 (= S.345)
Version not published
  • Arranged for 3 voices, mixed chorus and piano, 1872–73
Published 1873 by Kahnt (Leipzig)
  • No.3 arranged for tenor solo, violin and piano, 1873 (= S.345/3a)
Version not published

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