Zwölf Lieder für 1 Singstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung (Heft 2)

Song Cycle by Max J. L. Gus

Word count: 103

1. Sehnsucht [sung text not yet checked]

Denk' ich an dich, du lieber See
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2. Abmarsch [sung text not yet checked]

Die Trommel wird geschlagen
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3. Erwachen [sung text not yet checked]

Die ganze Nacht hab' ich von ihr geträumt
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4. Ich seh' dir oft in's Antlitz [sung text not yet checked]

Ich seh' dir oft in's Antlitz
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5. Flieder [sung text checked 1 time]

Einst war es hier Frühling
Und sonniger Mai,
Es blühte der Flieder
Und Rosen dabei.

Mein Herz war voll Hoffen,
Es lachte und sang,
Nun ist es so traurig,
Nun schlägt es so bang.

Es fielen die Blätter,
Entlaubt ist der Wald,
Verblüht ist der Flieder,
Mein Lied verhallt!

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Available translations, adaptations or excerpts, and transliterations (if applicable):

  • ENG English (Sharon Krebs) , "Lilac", copyright © 2017, (re)printed on this website with kind permission

Research team for this text: Emily Ezust [Administrator] , Sharon Krebs [Guest Editor]

6. Inselglück [sung text not yet checked]

Allmählich ist der Tag geschieden
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7. Genesung [sung text not yet checked]

Da ich in düst'rer Leidensnacht umfangen
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8. Trost [sung text not yet checked]

Die Blumen sind mir wieder?
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9. Kornblumen [sung text not yet checked]

Durch's Stoppelfeld schritt ein Weib noch jung
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10. Leichter Abschied [sung text not yet checked]

Das Ränzel leicht, das Herz so schwer
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11. Einberufen [sung text not yet checked]

Die Trommel und der Säbel,
Der Helm und das Gewehr,
Die liegen in der Stube 
Vom Spiel zerstreut umher. 

Die Mutter steht am Fenster
Im schwarzen Trauerkleid,
Das Herz droht ihr zu brechen,
So bitter ist ihr Leid.  

Wo ist der kleine Krieger?
Bei der himmlischen Heeresmacht: 
Die Ordre ist gekommen
Urplötzlich über Nacht.

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Confirmed with Unsere Dichter in Wort und Bild, band IV, Leipzig: Robert Claußners Verlags-Anstalt, 1894, page 82


Researcher for this text: Melanie Trumbull

12. Der Rose Begräbnis [sung text not yet checked]

Und als die junge Rose starb
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