Das Dreimäderlhaus (Berté, Heinrich)

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French version: Chanson d'amour

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Language French
Translator Hugues Delorme (1868-1942) and Léon Abric (1869-1942), French text
Publisher. Info. Paris: Max Eschig, 1921. Plate M.E. 946.
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British version: Lilac Time

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Editor George Howard Clutsam (1866-1951), adaptation
Language English
Translator Adrian Ross (1859-1933), English text
Publisher. Info. London: Chappell & Co., 1922. Plate 27575.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Piano Solo

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Arranger Blagoje Bersa (1873-1934)
Language German
Publisher. Info. Leipzig: L. Doblinger (Herzmansky), 1916. Plate D. 5561.
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General Information

Work Title Das Dreimäderlhaus
Alternative. Title
Composer Berté, Heinrich
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IHB 1
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 3 Acts
First Performance. 1916-01-15 — Vienna: Raimundtheater
Librettist Alfred Maria Willner (1859-1929)
Heinz Reichert (1877-1940)
Language German
Average DurationAvg. Duration 65 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Vocal soloists, Chorus, Orchestra
Extra Information Based on music by Franz Schubert (1797-1828).

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Adaptations:

  • Chanson d'amour: French version with libretto by Hugues Delorme and Léon Abric (Paris: 7 May 1921).
  • Blossom Time: American version with music arranged by Sigmund Romberg and libretto by Dorothy Donnelly (New York: 29 September 1921).
  • Lilac Time: British version with music arranged by George Howard Clutsam and libretto by Adrian Ross (London: 22 December 1922).