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16 Songs

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Voicing/Format High
Composer Fanny Mendelssohn
Arranger Paton
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 4961

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16 Songs Composed by Fanny Mendelssohn. Arranged by Paton. For High. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 4961, UPC: 038081116655)

From the Mendelssohn archive in Berlin come these sixteen never-before-published Romantic lieder by Fannie Mendelssohn Hensel. These inspired compositions have the balanced legato of the classical composers and the sensitive feeling and colorful harmonies of the dawning Romantic era. Includes historical background , idiomatic and word-by-word translation of foreign texts and transcriptions into the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AUF DER WANDERUNG PATON HENSEL  
BEHARRE PATON HENSEL  
DAS MEER ERGLANZTE WEIT HINAUS PATON HENSEL  
DAS VEILCHENN PATON HENSEL  
DER ABENDSTERN PATON HENSEL  
DIE SOMMERNACHT PATON HENSEL  
ES RAUSCHT DAS ROTE LAUB PATON HENSEL  
GLEICH MERLIN DEM EITLEN WEISEN PATON HENSEL  
ICH WANDELTE UNTER DEN BAUMEN PATON HENSEL  
KOMMEN UND SCHEIDEN PATON HENSEL  
MAILIED PATON HENSEL  
NAHE DES GELIEBTEN PATON HENSEL  
SEHNSUCHT PATON HENSEL  
STIMME DER GLOCKEN PATON HENSEL  
TOTENKLAGE PATON HENSEL  
VON DIR MEIN LIEB PATON HENSEL  

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