Gaudeamus igitur (Anonymous)

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For Male Chorus and Piano (Tchaikovsky)

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P.davydov (2022/6/3)

Arranger Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
Editor Georgy Kirkor (1910-1980)
Publisher. Info. Complete Collected Works, vol.60 (Полное собрание сочинений).
Moscow: Muzyka, 1971. Plate 6634.
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Misc. Notes See also Tchaikovsky Research (TH 187)
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For Voice and Piano (Erk)

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Ralph Theo Misch (2010/2/6)

Arranger Ludwig Erk (1807-1883)
Publisher. Info. Erk's Deutscher Liederschatz
Leipzig: C.F. Peters, n.d.(ca.1885). Plate 5945.
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For Piano solo (Liszt)
See: Gaudeamus igitur, S.240, by Franz Liszt

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General Information

Work Title Student ditty: Gaudeamus igitur
Alternative. Title
Composer Anonymous
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IA 289
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 18th century
Language Latin
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation Chant a cappella or with accompaniment
Related Works Used by Brahms in his Academic Festival Overture, Op.80

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This song is one of those four Brahms used in his Academic Festival Overture, Op.80: