Author: Charles Godfrey Leland (1824 - 1903)
Texts set to music as art song or choral works [warning - not necessarily comprehensive]
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Special notes: All titles and first lines are included in this index, including those used by composers.
Titles used by the text author appear in boldface. First lines appear in italics.
A language code in a blue rectangle like ENG indicates that a translation to that language is available.
A grey rectangle like FRE indicates a particular translation (usually one set to music) exists but isn't yet available.
- And canst thou have forgotten wholly (from The works of Heinrich Heine) RUS FRE ITA ITA
- Child, it were thine utter ruin
(from The works of Heinrich Heine) FRE
- I have loved thee, still love thee, and evermore FRE
- Oh lean thy cheek upon my cheek (from The works of Heinrich Heine) RUS DUT SWE FRE ITA CAT ITA
- The evening came stealing in twilight
(from The works of Heinrich Heine) FRE FRE
- The nightingale sang, the lime was in flower (from The works of Heinrich Heine) FRE RUS ITA
- We have felt so much the one for the other (from The works of Heinrich Heine) FRE
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