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Goethe Songs II

Word count: 19

Song Cycle by Ralph Shapey (1921 - 2002)

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1. Master [ sung text not verified ]

Language: English after the German (Deutsch)

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  • a text in German (Deutsch) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832), "Cophtisches Lied (Ein Anderes)", written 1787 FRE ITA
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Max Bruch, Leo Grill, Nikolaus, Freiherr von Krufft, Johann Friedrich Reichardt, Ernest Vietor, Hugo Wolf. Go to the text.

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One must be master and win
 [ ... ]





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Source: Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 3rd ed., 1979, Angela Partington, ed., Oxford University Press Inc, NY.


2. Poetry - Life

Language: English after the German (Deutsch)

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Poetry, superstition, poetry of life, life of poetry
 . . . . . . . . . .

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Source: Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 3rd ed., 1979, Angela Partington, ed., Oxford University Press Inc, NY.


3. Bread - Sorrow

Language: English after the German (Deutsch)

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  • a text in German (Deutsch) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832), "Harfenspieler", written <<1783, appears in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre, first published 1795 CAT DUT FIN FRE HUN ITA DUT POL
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Andreas Peter Berggreen, Rudolph Bergh, Michael Brough, August Bungert, Norbert Burgmüller, Franz Aloys Theodor Commer, Wilhelm Czerwinski, Anton Diabelli, Annette Elisabeth, Freiin von Droste-Hülshoff, Zdenko Antonín Václav Fibich, Gustav Jansen [not F. G. Jansen], Emil Kauffmann, Aloys Kothe, Leopold Lenz, Franz Liszt, Heinrich August Marschner, Arnold Mendelssohn, Josef Ivar Müller, Victor Ernst Nessler, Xaver Pentenrieder, Bruno Ramann, Johann Friedrich Reichardt, Anton Grigoryevich Rubinstein, Franz Peter Schubert, Robert Alexander Schumann, Jean Sibelius, Friedrich Wilhelm Stade, Frank Valentin Van der Stucken, Hugo Wolf, Karl Friedrich Zelter. Go to the text.

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Dread sorrow, who never ate his bread in sorrow
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4. Light

Language: English

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Light! More light! Open that light so that more,  more light
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Note: this is a translation of Goethe's purported final words, "Mehr Licht!" (sometimes quoted instead as "Mehr nicht!")

Source: Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 3rd ed., 1979, Angela Partington, ed., Oxford University Press Inc, NY.


5. Peace

Language: English after the German (Deutsch)

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  • by Anonymous / Unidentified Author, copyright ©

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  • a text in German (Deutsch) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832), title 1: "Ein gleiches", title 2: "Wandrers Nachtlied", subtitle: "Ein gleiches", written 1780, first published 1815 CAT DUT DUT FIN FRE FRE GRE HUN IRI ITA ITA RUS RUS SPA POL
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Otto Emanuel Andersson, Conrad Ansorge, Gary Bachlund, Ernst Bacon, Conrad Baden, Alfred Julius Becher, Hermann Behn, Heinrich Bellermann, Carl Brauns, Michael Brough, Paul Claussnitzer, Leslie Crabtree, Wilhelm Czerwinski, Eugen Degele, Alphons Diepenbrock, Friedrich Wilhelm Dietz, Otto Dorn, E. Draude, Gustav Eggers, Louis Ehlert, Anders Eliasson, Ernst II, Herzog von Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, John Fearnley, Hans Fleischer, Ernst Paul Flügel, Louis Flügge, Fredrik Forsberg, Theodor Gaugler, Harald Genzmer, Carl Grammann, Carl Greith, Lene Grenager, Cor de Groot, Otto Grosse, Jonathan Harvey, Gustav Hasse, Moritz Hauptmann, Max Heinemann, Georg Hering, Philippe Hersant, Heinrich , Freiherr von Herzogenberg, Wilhelm Hill, Ferdinand von Hiller, Alexis Holländer, Iver Holter, Mary Howe, Charles Edward Ives, Martin Jacobi, Hugo Kauder, Wilhelm Kempff, Wilhelm Kienzl, Theodor Fürchtegott Kirchner, Bernhard Klein, Carl Kossmaly, Daniel Friedrich Rudolph Kuhlau, Franz Paul Lachner, Huub de Lange, Hermann Levi, Johann Lewalter, Gabriel Linsén, Franz Liszt, Johann Karl Gottfried Loewe, Carl Ludwig Amand Mangold, Nikolai Karlovich Medtner, Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel, Antonio Müller-Herrneck, Victor Ernst Nessler, Heinrich Panofka, Ernst Pepping, Robert Radecke, Louis Rakemann, Bruno Ramann, Max Reger, Adolf Reichel, Bernard Reichel, Franz Ries, Eduard Gustav Sabbath, Louis Schlottmann, Carl Schmeidler, Franz Peter Schubert, Robert Alexander Schumann, Friedrich Siebmann, Hans August Friedrich Zincke genannt Sommer, Max Staegemann, Carl Stör, Václav Jan Křtitel Tomášek, Oskar Ulmer, Karl Weigl, Franz Wüllner, Karl Friedrich Zelter. Go to the text.

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Peace is over the mountain, all over the mountain
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Source: Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 3rd ed., 1979, Angela Partington, ed., Oxford University Press Inc, NY.


6. Beloved

Language: English after the German (Deutsch)

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  • by Anonymous / Unidentified Author, copyright ©

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  • a text in German (Deutsch) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832), "Mignon", written 1784, appears in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre, first published 1795 CAT CZE DUT FRE FRE FRE FRE FRE HUN ITA ITA ITA POL RUS FRE FRE FRE GER RUS
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Ludwig Abeille, Wilhelm Baumgartner, Bror Beckman, Ludwig van Beethoven, Alban Maria Johannes Berg, Carl Blum, Michael Brough, Leopold Damrosch, Alphons Diepenbrock, John Woods Duke, H. Elkamp, Zdenko Antonín Václav Fibich, Carl Gollmick, Friedrich Adrian Götzloff, August Ferdinand Häser, Moritz Hauptmann, Georg Jakob Ernst Häusler, Alexis Holländer, Paul Hoppe, Gustav Jansen [not F. G. Jansen], Adolf Jensen, Bernhard Klein, Joseph Klein, Raphael von Koeber, Theobald Kretschmann, Hans Kretzschmer, Karl Johan Krook, Nikolaus, Freiherr von Krufft, Huub de Lange, Leopold Lenz, Hélène Liebmann, Franz Liszt, Oswald Lorenz, Franz Anton Maurer, Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel, Heinrich Meyer, Ferdinand Möhring, Carl Moltke, Lodewijk Mortelmans, Ignaz von Mosel, August Heinrich Leberecht August Mühling, Hans Georg Nägeli, August Pohlenz, Gustav Reichardt, Johann Friedrich Reichardt, Adolf Reichel, Bernard Reichel, Helene Riese, Andreas Jakob Romberg, Anton Grigoryevich Rubinstein, Heinrich von Sahr, Malvina Schnorr von Carolsfeld, Othmar Schoeck, Franz Peter Schubert, Robert Alexander Schumann, Louis [Ludwig] Spohr, Gaspare Luigi Pacifico Spontini, Václav Jan Křtitel Tomášek, Martin Wegelius, Eduard Ritter von Welz, Hugo Wolf, Erich J. Wolff, Karl Friedrich Zelter. Go to the text.

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Know you the land where lemon trees
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Source: Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 3rd ed., 1979, Angela Partington, ed., Oxford University Press Inc, NY.


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