Ringelreihen: 21 Kinderlieder von Albert Sergel

Song Cycle by Heinrich Kaspar Schmid (1874 - 1953)

Word count: 225

1. An der Krippe [sung text not yet checked]

Über die Hütte weht der Wind,
wo Joseph und Maria sind.
In den Ritzen Heu und Stroh,
und die Beiden so wunderfroh.
In dem allerärmsten Haus
geht ein Glanz [von dem]1 Kinde aus,
das in dieser seligen Nacht
in der Krippe liegt und lacht.
Engel kommen und wiegen es ein:
das ist das süsse Jesulein.

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  • ENG English (Malcolm Wren) , "Christmas", copyright © 2008, (re)printed on this website with kind permission

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1 Humperdinck: "vom"

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2. Nüsse knacken [sung text not yet checked]

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3. Aus Feld und Wiese [sung text not yet checked]

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4. Abendlied [sung text not yet checked]

Langsam wird mein Kindchen müde,
  Leise kommt [herbei]1 die Nacht.
Stille Wolken gehn am Himmel
  Und der Mond ist aufgewacht.

Schaut mit seinen klaren Blicken
  In des Kindes Kämmerlein,
Streichelt es mit sanften Händen
  In den schönsten Traum hinein.

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  • ENG English (Malcolm Wren) , "Evening Song", copyright © 2008, (re)printed on this website with kind permission
  • FRE French (Français) (Guy Laffaille) , "Chant du soir", copyright © 2016, (re)printed on this website with kind permission

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1 omitted by Reger.

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5. Auf Vaters Knien [sung text not yet checked]

Hopp, mein Reiter, immer zu,
Pferdchen kennt ja keine Ruh,
will nur immer weiter traben
lustig über Feld und Graben,
bald Galopp und bald im Trab
bautz! da fällt der Reiter ab!

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  • ENG English (Malcolm Wren) , "On father's lap", copyright © 2008, (re)printed on this website with kind permission

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6. Strandfestung [sung text not yet checked]

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7. Im Maien [sung text not yet checked]

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8. Um den Ofen herum [sung text not yet checked]

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10. Des Kindes Abendgebet [sung text not yet checked]

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11. Wiegenliedchen [sung text not yet checked]

Suse, suse Kindchen,
draußen bellt ein Hündchen,
hat es nicht so gut wie du,
kenne Mutter deckt es zu.

Suse, suse Kindchen,
draußen läuft das Hündchen,
läuft allein in dunkler Nacht,
keine Mutter bei ihm wacht.

Suse, suse Kindchen,
Vater holt das Hündchen,
soll nicht bleiben so allein,
soll bein unserm Kindchen sein.

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  • ENG English (Malcolm Wren) , "Little lullaby", copyright © 2008, (re)printed on this website with kind permission

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12. Am Strande [sung text not yet checked]

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13. Löwenzahn [sung text not yet checked]

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14. Willkommen [sung text not yet checked]

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15. Bei den Tauben [sung text not yet checked]

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16. Beim Regen zu singen [sung text not yet checked]

Droben, 
auf der blauen Au, 
wohnt ein wunderschöne Frau 
mit goldig-goldenen Haaren, 
schließt auf und zu die Himmelsthür   
und läßt die liebe Sonn' herfür.  
Frau Holde ist ihr Name. 
Frau Holde, gib' uns der Sonne Schein, 
auf daß wir voller Freuden sein 
und Deine Güte loben!

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Confirmed with Die Zukunft, zweiundsechzigster Band, ed. by Maximilian Harden, Berlin: Zukunft / Berstein, 1908, in issue dated 25 Januar 1908, pages 132 - 133. This text appears in Ringelreihen: Kindergedichte, Rostock: C. J. E. Volckmann Nachfolger, 1908.


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17. So eilig? [sung text not yet checked]

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18. Das Mäuschen [sung text not yet checked]

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20. So reich? [sung text not yet checked]

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21. St. Niklas auf der Wanderschaft [sung text not yet checked]

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