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Der fahrende Schüler

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Song Cycle by Heinrich August Marschner (1795 - 1861)

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1. Einkehr

Language: German (Deutsch)

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Das Dorf zweimal herauf, herab
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2. Nachts in der Herberge

Language: German (Deutsch)

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Ei säß ich, wo der Pfeffer wächst
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3. An der Schenkenthür

Language: German (Deutsch)

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Und als ich morgens früh aufstand
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4. Tanzlied [ sung text checked 1 time]

Language: German (Deutsch)

Translation(s): ENG

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  • ENG English (John H. Campbell) , "Dance song", copyright ©, (re)printed on this website with kind permission


Flöt und Hörner, Baß und Geigen, 
die geben hellen Klang ! 
Bursch' und Mädel schlingt den Reigen, 
stimmt die Kehlen zum Gesang.

Lustig, lustig, um die Linde, 
bei der Musikanten Ton; 
aber mit dem schönsten Kinde 
tanzt des Försters schmucker Sohn.

Sitzt am Tische dort alleine 
fröhliches Studentenblut, 
ist im ganzen Dorf wohl keine, 
die nicht solchem Burschen gut.

Weht sein braunes Haar im Winde, 
seine dunklen Augen lohn; 
dort ja mit dem schönsten Kinde 
tanzt des Försters schmucker Sohn.

Hätte deine holde Weise 
nie gefesselt Herz und Sinn !
Morgen geht's wohl auf die Reise, 
aber, ach ! Die Lust ist hin.

Wohl vergeht die Nacht geschwinde, 
fern im Osten glüht es schon, 
aber mit dem schönsten Kinde 
tanzt des Försters schmucker Sohn.


Submitted by John H. Campbell

5. Das Wirtstöchterlein singt

Language: German (Deutsch)

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Da zieht der Bursch mit dem wallenden Haar
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6. Abschied

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So schau ich denn zum letzten Mal
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