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Five songs after poems by Richard Dehmel : for voice and piano, from the composer's autograph manuscripts in the Moldenhauer Archive

Author: Anton Webern; Richard Dehmel; Leonard Stein
Publisher: New York : Carl Fischer, ©1966.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : GermanView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Anton Webern; Richard Dehmel; Leonard Stein
OCLC Number: 264436827
Notes: German words with English translations on p.3-5.
Price 3.00.
Description: 1 score (23 p.) ; 31 cm.
Contents: Ideale Landschaft (1:40) --
Am Ufer (1:15) --
Himmelfahrt (3:00) --
Nächtliche Scheu (1:50) --
Helle Nacht (2:35).
Other Titles: Songs (Dehmel)
Responsibility: Webern.

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