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Text, Setting, and Song Cycle Titles beginning with Dithyramb

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  • Dithyramb (There was a Young Lady of Tyre) (Text: Edward Lear)
    • (Geoffrey Bush, Charles Villiers Stanford, Sir, as Karel Drofnatski)
  • Dithyrambe (Schenkt voll mir den Becher) CAT FRE (Text: after Andrea Maffei) [x]
    • (Giuseppe Verdi)
  • Dithyrambe (Wenn des Kapweins Glut im Krystall mir flammt) (Text: Johann Heinrich Voss)
    • (Friedrich Adrian G√∂tzloff)
  • Dithyrambe (Gläser blinken, Nektar blüht) [x]
    • (Ludwig Berger)
  • Dithyrambe (Nimmer, das glaubt mir) CAT DUT ENG FRE ITA (Text: Friedrich von Schiller)
    • (Conradin Kreutzer, Johann Friedrich Reichardt, Christian Schreiber, Franz Peter Schubert, Wilhelm Taubert)
  • Dithyrambe (Alles geben die Götter, die unendlichen) ENG (Text: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
    • (Othmar Schoeck)
  • Dithyrambe (Es jauchzt die erste Lerche) (Text: Helene von Engelhardt) [x]
    • (Eugen Hildach)
  • Dithyrambe (Lass uns toll durch's Leben jagen!) (Text: Georg Doleschal , as Oskar Welten)
    • (Arthur Smolian)

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