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Die Sonne ist zur Ruh' gegangen

Language: German (Deutsch)

Die Sonne ist zur Ruh' gegangen
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Authorship

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

  • by Gustav Hasse (1834 - 1889), "Mainacht", op. 56 (Vier Duette für Alt und Bass mit Pianoforte) no. 3, published 1883 [vocal duet for alto and baritone with piano], Berlin, Annecke
  • by Hans Huber (1852 - 1921), "Ave Maria", op. 88 (Neun dreistimmige Frauenchöre mit Pianofortebegleitung) no. 8, published 1886 [tenor and three-part women's chorus and piano], Leipzig, Kistner
  • by August Friedrich Martin Klughardt (1847 - 1902), "Mainacht", op. 31 (Drei Lieder für 1 Singstimme mit Pianoforte) no. 3, published 1876 [voice and piano], Leipzig, Fritzsch
  • by Karl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke (1824 - 1910), "Ave Maria", op. 71 (Vier Lieder) no. 2 (1861). [vocal trio for female voices]

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