6 Lieder, Op.37 (Heinrich, Max)

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Editor First edition
Language English / German
Translator Alice Mattullath (fl.1902-1943), English text
Publisher. Info. New York: Carl Fischer, 1913. Plate 17457, 17485, 17459, 17462.
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General Information

Work Title 6 Lieder
Alternative. Title
Composer Heinrich, Max
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.37
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IMH 4
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 songs:
  1. Autumn Eve / Herbstabend
  2. Thy Voice / Deine Stimme
  3. Over the Heather / Heidegang
  4. Dreams / Träume
  5. Love Do Not Go! / Geh' nicht fort!
  6. The Road to Love / Weg zur Liebsten
First Publication. 1913 – New York: Carl Fischer
Librettist see below
  1. F.E. Toennies
  2. F.E. Toennies
  3. F.E. Toennies
  4. A. de Nova
  5. Konrad Nies (1862–1922)
  6. F.E. Toennies
Language German / English
Dedication see below
  1. To Mrs. Henry H. Rogers
  2. Frau Rose Schulze-Berge gewidmet
  3. Herrn Jacques Urlus gewidmet
  4. ?
  5. ?
  6. To W. Wade Hinshaw
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano

Misc. Comments

The identity of F.E. Toennis is very elusive. These songs appear to be the only works referenced under that name in Worldcat. There was a German philosopher and sociologist named Ferdinand Tönnies (1855–1936) who seems unlikely to have been the author. There was also an F.E. Toennies active ca.1900-1920 in New York City as a manufacturer of soap and perfumes who also seems an unlikely candidate.