Suite nach Friedrich Hebbel, Op.23 (Niemann, Walter)

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Sheet Music


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Publisher. Info. Neue Musik-Zeitung, 1908.
Stuttgart/Leipzig: Carl Grüninger, 1908. Plate N. M.-Z. 1156.
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General Information

Work Title Suite nach Worten von Friedrich Hebbel
Alternative. Title Suite composed to words by Friedrich Hebbel
Composer Niemann, Walter
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.23
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IWN 32
Key see below
  1. Präludium. Durch Sturm und Regen (Prelude. (Mid rain and tempest) (D minor)
  2. Idylle. Genoveva an der Quelle (Idyl. Genevieve of the brook) (F major)
  3. Ballade. Die Heide (Ballad. On the heath) (D minor)
  4. Romanze. Im Frühling (Romance. In the spring) (F major)
  5. Notturno. Abendgefühl (Nocturne. Evening thoughts) (D major)
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5
First Publication. 1912
Dedication Joseph Pembaur Jr.
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano

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It seems that the piece 'Romanze (Im Frühling)' was composed before Niemann included it in his suite in 1912. The cover of the complete suite says 'new edition revised by the composer'.