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Language: German (Deutsch) after the French (Français)

Die Früchte hier, die Blumen, Knospen und Zweige
 . . . . . . . . . .

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Based on
  • a text in French (Français) by Paul Verlaine (1844 - 1896), "Green", appears in Romances sans paroles, in Aquarelles, no. 1, first published 1872 ENG FRE
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Georges d'Aguerre, Max Arham, Selim Arondel de Hayes, Aymar du Charmel, Louis Azémar, Gary Bachlund, Marc-Gustave Bacon, Gilbert Beaume, Paul Bonneau, Charles Bordes, Serge Bortkiewicz, Georges Brun, Jean-René Buvat, Joseph Canteloube de Malaret, André Caplet, A. Cascarret, Gérard de Chambéret, Armand Chamboissier, Jeanne Chaudet, Chenard-Huché, Aloys Claussmann, Georges Collin, Félipe Comas, Charles Cornet, as Charles Tenroc, Fernand Corot, Emilio Dal Monte, Lucien Darras, Vincenzo Davico, Albert De Klerk, Claude Achille Debussy, Fidès Devriès, Bernard van Dieren, J. Dôme, André Dulaurens, Louis Dumas, Gabriel Dupont, Jacques Durel, Edmond-E. Falconnet, Gabriel Fauré, Léo Ferré, J. Ferrier, Maurice Franck, André Gailhard, Pierre Galan, Hélène Gilbert, Georges Grécourt, Claude Guillon, signe Guillon-Verne, Reynaldo Hahn, Tibor Harsányi, Chenard Huche, Camille-Louis Joly, Georges-E. Jouanneau, Marie-Sophie-Gildippe, duchesse de La Roche-Guyon, née Odoard du Hazé, M. Lafarge, Gabriel Laurent, Sylvio Lazzari, né Josef Fortunat Silvester Lazzari, Jules Le Febvre, F.-M. Le Tonnelier de Breteuil, Robert Legrand, Raymond Leibner, Albert-Arthur Lely, Marcel L'Herbier, Dinu Lipatti, Henri Lombard, François Joseph Luc, as Francis Thomé, Bruno Maderna, Jean-Baptiste Maïsse, Carlos de Mesquita, Jeanne Amélie Messager, née Ledrelle, Lydie Michaïloff, Ernest Willem Mulder, Florencio-Joseph-Waldetrudis Odero, Héctor Panizza, Attilio Parelli, Roger Pénau, signe Roger-Pénau, Justin Pons, Marie-Iris Renard, dite A. Maysonnade, André Renoux, Louis Reynaud, Carl Reysz, dit Carlo Syrlin, Edmond Ribiollet, Eugène Riégel, Jeanne Rivet, Jean Robert, Joseph Guy Marie Ropartz, Jean-Lucien Roudière, Pierre-E.-L. Rousseau, dit Pierre Vellones, Henry Ryder, Pierre Salet, Henry Sauveplane, Marius César Scotto, Giovan-Battista Sorbi, Souza-Meiral, Jean.-P. Strauwen, Jósef-Zygmunt Szulc, Gaston Testard-Vaillant, Francesco Paolo Tosti, René Vanzande, dit René de Sable, Henri Vasseur. Go to the text.

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