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Composer: Albert Quinche (1867 - 1944)
Listing of art song and choral settings in the database
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Song Cycles, Collections, Symphonies, etc.
- Nos compositeurs romands : 10 mélodies pour chant et piano [multi-composer]
- no. 1. Crépuscule, composed by Otto Barblan (Text: after Joseph Viktor von Scheffel) [x]
- no. 2. Ses yeux, composed by Justin Bischoff-Ghilionna (Text: Henri Warnéry) [x]
- no. 3. Sonnet paën, composed by Gustave Doret (Text: Armand Silvestre) [x]
- no. 4. Chanson du soir, composed by Gustave Ferrari (Text: Juste Olivier) [x]
- no. 5. Le cavalier bleu, composed by Émile Jacques-Dalcroze (Text: Louis Duchosal) [x]
- no. 6. Chanson du rossignol, composed by Henri Plumhof (Text: André Henri Constant van Hasselt) [x]
- no. 7. Le réveil, composed by Albert Quinche [x]
- no. 8. Adieu fugitif, composed by Willy Rehberg (Text: Félix Vogt after Adolf Ernst) [x]
- no. 9. Après trois ans, composed by Eugène Reymond (Text: Paul Verlaine) ITA
- no. 10. Feuille d'album, composed by Auguste Werner (Text: Louis Tournier) [x]
- Sieben Lieder für eine Singstimme mit Begleitung des Pianoforte
All titles of vocal settings in Alphabetic order
Last update: 2017-11-16 16:45:36