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Hogy szeretlek?

Language: Hungarian (Magyar) after the English

Hogy szeretlek?
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Authorship


Based on
  • a text in English by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 - 1861), no title, appears in Poems, in Sonnets from the Portuguese, no. 43, first published 1847-50 CHI GER
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Ernst Bacon, Frederic Balazs, Alice Barnett, Carl Milton Beecher, Gena Branscombe, Noble Cain, Louis Cheslock, Otis Herbert Colvin, jr., Leon Dallin, Blevins Davis, Norman Dello Joio, Clarence Dickinson, Eleanor Everest Freer, Abel Gabert, Harvey Bartlett Gaul, James McDonald Gayfer, Leonard Stanley Glarum, William Arthur Goldsworthy, Forrest Goodenough, Ron A. Goodwin, Henry Kimball Hadley, Juliana Hall, Wesley M. Harris, Fritz Bennicke Hart, Franklin Hopkins, Joseph M. Hopkins, Rosalie Housman, Robert William Jones, Joseph Kaufer, Libby Larsen, Edouard Lippé, ?, Mrs. J. Chester Madsen, August Maekelberghe, Robert Alexander Markham, William McCauley, William J. McDaniel, Mary Flournoy Passailaigue, Allie Coleman Pierce, Frederick Piket, Daniel Protheroe, Harold William Rhodes, Franklin W. Riker, Tom Vernon Ritchie, Kurt George Roger, Ned Rorem, Annetta Rosser, William Roy, A. A. Smith, Arthur Edward Stahlschmidt, Lynn Steele, Carlos Surinach, Peter Tahourdin, Beulah Threlkeld, Lajos Vass, Harriet Ware, ?, Mrs. J. Eddie Weems, Maude Valérie White, Juanita Hardy Wilson. Go to the text.

Musical settings (art songs, Lieder, mélodies, (etc.), choral pieces, and other vocal works set to this text), listed by composer (not necessarily exhaustive)

  • by Lajos Vass (b. 1927), "Hogy szeretlek?" [soprano and piano], also set in English

Settings in other languages or adaptations:

  • Also set in English, original text by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806 - 1861) , no title, from Poems, in Sonnets from the Portuguese, no. 43, published 1847-50 CHI GER HUN by Henry Kimball Hadley, Annetta Rosser, Lynn Steele, Ernst Bacon, Frederic Balazs, Alice Barnett, Carl Milton Beecher, Gena Branscombe, Noble Cain, Louis Cheslock, Otis Herbert Colvin, jr., Otis Herbert Colvin, jr., Leon Dallin, Blevins Davis, Norman Dello Joio, Norman Dello Joio, Clarence Dickinson, Eleanor Everest Freer, Eleanor Everest Freer, Abel Gabert, Harvey Bartlett Gaul, James McDonald Gayfer, Leonard Stanley Glarum, William Arthur Goldsworthy, Forrest Goodenough, Ron A. Goodwin, Wesley M. Harris, Fritz Bennicke Hart, Franklin Hopkins, Joseph M. Hopkins, Rosalie Housman, Robert William Jones, Edouard Lippé, ?, Mrs. J. Chester Madsen, August Maekelberghe, Robert Alexander Markham, William McCauley, William J. McDaniel, Mary Flournoy Passailaigue, Allie Coleman Pierce, Frederick Piket, Daniel Protheroe, Harold William Rhodes, Franklin W. Riker, Tom Vernon Ritchie, Kurt George Roger, William Roy, A. A. Smith, Arthur Edward Stahlschmidt, Carlos Surinach, Peter Tahourdin, Beulah Threlkeld, Lajos Vass, Harriet Ware, ?, Mrs. J. Eddie Weems, Maude Valérie White, Juanita Hardy Wilson, Ned Rorem, Libby Larsen, Joseph Kaufer.
  • Also set in German (Deutsch), a translation by Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926) , no title, from Sonette aus dem Portugiesischen, no. 43, published 1908 CHI HUN by Siegmund Schmidt.

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