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Und es wird kommen ein Sommertag

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

Und es wird kommen ein Sommertag
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Authorship

  • possibly by Stefan Zweig (1881 - 1942), first published 1907

Based on
  • a text in French (Français) by Paul Verlaine (1844 - 1896), no title, appears in La bonne chanson, no. 19, first published 1870 ENG HUN
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Tony Aubin, Charles Bordes, Charles Cornet, as Charles Tenroc, Lucien Darras, Gabriel Fauré, Jacques de Fontenailles, Eduardo García Mansilla, Philippe Gaubert, Henry Franklin Belknap Gilbert, Reynaldo Hahn, Rodolphe-Adolphe-Joseph Herrmann, Mikhail Mikhailovich Ippolitov-Ivanov, Eugène-Émile Lacroix, Jean-Henri Maillot, Raymond Moulaert, Ernest Willem Mulder, Simone Saivre, Pierre Salet, Nikolay Aleksandrovich Sokolov, Jósef-Zygmunt Szulc, Louis Vierne, Lucien Wurmser. 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 Willi Czernik (b. 1904), "Und es wird kommen ein Sommertag", published [1980?]. [voice and piano]
  • by Franz Dannehl (1870 - 1947), "Und es wird kommen ein Sommertag", op. 51 no. 4, published c1940 [voice and piano], Braunschweig, H. Litolff
  • by Artur Immisch (1902 - 1949), "Und es wird kommen ein Sommertag" [high voice and piano], from Lieder nach Texten von Paul Verlaine, no. 3.

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