12 Lieder aus 'Schweyk im zweiten Weltkrieg' (Eisler, Hanns)

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Sheet Music


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Publisher. Info. Lieder und Kantaten, Bd.1 (No.10 - pp.170-171)
Lieder und Kantaten, Bd.4 (No.7 - p.105)
Leipzig: VEB Breitkopf & Härtel, 1956, 1959. Plates D.A.K. 1, 4.
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Work Title 12 Lieder aus 'Schweyk im zweiten Weltkrieg'
Alternative. Title
Composer Eisler, Hanns
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IHE 63
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 songs
  1. Das Lied vom Weib des Nazisoldaten
  2. Das Lied vom kleinen Wind
  3. Schwarzer Rettich
  4. Lied der Anna Tauser
  5. Lied von der Moldau
  6. Bei der Kanone dort
  7. Kälbermarsch
  8. Als wir nach Jaromersch zogen
  9. Lied vom Kelch
  10. Das deutsche Miserere
  11. Schweyks Abgesang
  12. Schlußgesang
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1942-1943
First Publication. 1956 (No.10), 1959 (No.7)
Librettist Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956)
Language German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Voice, piano

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These 12 songs are from Eisler's music to Bertolt Brecht's play Schweyk im zweiten Weltkrieg, and are piano reductions published separately from the full incidental music. All the incidental music to the play can be found at Schweyk im zweiten Weltkrieg.