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Die Walkure

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Opera Vocal Score
Composer Richard Wagner
Arranger Frederick Jameson
Publisher G Schirmer Inc
Series Vocal Score
Catalog # 50337490

Price: $24.95

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Product Description

Die Walkure Composed by Richard Wagner. Arranged by Frederick Jameson. For Opera Vocal Score. Published by G Schirmer Inc. (Catalog # 50337490, UPC: 73999374902)

German/English. Translated by Jameson.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DEINER EWGEN GATTIN (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
DER ALTE STURM (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
DER AUGEN LEUCHTENDES PAAR (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
DER MANNER SIPPE (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
DU BIST DER LENZ (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
EIN SCHWERT VERHIESS JAMESON WAGNER R  
FORT DENN EILE (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
HOJOTOHO! (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
LEB' WOHL! (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
NICHT SEND' ICH DICH (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
O SUSSESTE WONNE! (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
O WAS KLAG' JAMESON WAGNER R  
SIEGMUND HEISS' ICH (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
SIEGMUND! SIEH AUF MICH! (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
SO IST ES DENN AUS MIT JAMESON WAGNER R  
WAR ES SO SCHMAHLICH (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  
WINTERSTURME WICHEN (WAGNER) JAMESON WAGNER R  

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