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Author: Virginia Woods, Mrs. John P. Morgan
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- Ah, life is planned so wretchedly, so sadly! ITA (Young Werner)
- Before ere the morn had dawn'd FRE
- Fragrant and mild, the fair May night (Young Werner and Margareta)
- He's wandering now in the world so wide DUT (Margaretha)
- How proud and stately is his bearing! (Margaretha)
- In one year, sweetheart dear, in a year (In one year)
- In one year (In one year, sweetheart dear, in a year)
- I saw him in sleep, Yea I saw him I knew FRE
- Margaretha (He's wandering now in the world so wide) DUT
- Margaretha (How proud and stately is his bearing!)
- Margaretha (Two long days have slowly vanished)
- Nightingale (O nightingale) DUT FRE ITA
- Not the dew and not the rain FRE
- O do not turn thy face away! (Young Werner)
- O hark, my love, to that clear tone - Hermann Theodor Otto Grädener (O hark, my love)
- O hark, my love (O hark, my love, to that clear tone) - Hermann Theodor Otto Grädener
- O nightingale DUT FRE ITA (Nightingale)
- On the sea the sun is lying (Young Werner)
- Two long days have slowly vanished (Margaretha)
- What is it father, what wrong is mine? FRE CZE
- Young Werner and Margareta (Fragrant and mild, the fair May night)
- Young Werner (Ah, life is planned so wretchedly, so sadly!) ITA
- Young Werner (O do not turn thy face away!)
- Young Werner (On the sea the sun is lying)
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