Jamais, verité d'amour
Language: French (Français) after the English
Jamais, verité d'amour
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- a text in English by William Blake (1757 - 1827), "Love's secret", written 1863
- This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Jean Mary Anderson, George Antheil, Richard Anthony Sayer Arnell, James David Audlin, David Nathaniel Baker, Jr., Granville Ransome Bantock, Sir, Alison Bauld, Jack Hamilton Beeson, Gladys M. Bell, Houston Bright, Allen Stephen Brings, Edward Joseph Dent, John Woods Duke, Arthur Farwell, John Linton Gardner, Bernard Sidney Garte, Rosy Auguste Geiger Kullman, Thom Ritter George, Arsenio Giron, Alexander Goehr, Daron Aric Hagen, David Haines, Fritz Bennicke Hart, Walter Sinclair Hartley, Muriel Emily Herbert, Constance Mills Herreshoff, George Heussenstamm, Chester Edward Ide, Robert Arnold Jordahl, Horace Keats, Richard Bamford Lane, Leonard J[ordan] Lehrman, René Leibowitz, Noreen I. Lindner, Robert Michael Lombardo, Otto Luening, Philip James Martin, Louise Matthews, William Thomas Moore, Jr., Walter Byron Mourant, Tage Nielsen, Roger Nixon, Poul Rovsing Olsen, Solomon Pimsleur, Arthur Wormald Pollitt, Theodore P. Saunway, Peter Schickele, Rudolph Edward Schirmer, Nicolai Schneer, Masters van Someren-Godfery, Robert Starer, Christopher Steel, Louise Juliette Talma, William Wallace, Ben Brian Weber, Gerrard Williams, Luigi Zaninelli. 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 René Leibowitz (1913 - 1972), "Jamais, verité d'amour", op. 71 no. 2 (1966), published c1976 [SATB chorus a cappella], from Two Settings after Poems by William Blake, no. 2, Hillsdale, NY, Boelke-Bomart, also set in English
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