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Ehrler-Zyklus I

Word count: 84

Song Cycle by Hermann Reutter (1900 - 1985)

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1. Fernen Freunden

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2. Petrarka

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3. Platon

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4. Michelangelo

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5. Johann Kepler. Harmonia mundi [ sung text checked 1 time]

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Der den Sterngang maß
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6. Franziskus

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7. Auch das Große muss sterben

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