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Vier Lieder nach Texten von Friedrich Wolf

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Song Cycle by Boris Blacher (1903 - 1975)

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1. Kirschkerne

Language: German (Deutsch)

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Erste Kirschen hast du mir gebracht
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2. Das Zirkuspferdchen

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Es trabt im Kreis durch die Manege
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3. Herzensverstand

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Man soll seinem Herzen gehorchen
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4. Die Hexe

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Als Kinder glaubten wir an Zauberwesen
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