Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809–1847) 6 Lieder Op. 50
Urtext edited by Wolfgang Goldhan [male ch] Text: Joseph von Eichendorff and Heinrich Heine
The "Six songs" Op. 50 are Mendelssohn's only collection of pieces for male chorus which was printed during the composer's lifetime.
36 pages | 19 x 27 cm | 94 g | ISMN: 979-0-2004-7074-1 | Saddle Stitch
The Six songs Op. 50 are Mendelssohn's only collection of pieces for male chorus which was printed during the composer's lifetime. Our choral score also contains the ad libitum wind parts to Op. 50/2 as well as a preface in which the editor supplies the most important text-critical observations which will later be elucidated in detail in Volume VII/4 of the Leipzig Mendelssohn Edition.
|1. Tuerkisches Schenkenlied 'Setze mir nicht, du Grobian' MWV G 23||(Johann W. von Goethe)|
|2. Der Jaeger Abschied 'Wer hat dich, du schoener Wald' MWV G 27||(Joseph von Eichendorff)|
|3. Sommerlied 'Wie Feld und Au' MWV G 19||(Johann G. Jacobi)|
|4. Wasserfahrt 'Am fernen Horizonte' MWV G 17||(Heinrich Heine)|
|5. Liebe und Wein 'Was quaelte dir dein armes Herz?' MWV G 26||(Julius Mosen)|
|6. Wanderlied 'Vom Grund bis zu den Gipfeln' MWV G 28||(Joseph von Eichendorff)|