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Sonntagsmorgen

Sonntagsmorgen

(Code: A111309097)
This work was composed on December 3rd, 1836 and is part of the collection Opus 77 published in 1848 including 3 duets simply named “Three Duets”. It is divided up into strophes and there is no difficulty regarding the music theory and rhythm. The first work of this opus is “Sonntagsmorgen” and then comes “Das Aehrenfel” (based on Hoffmann von Fallersleben’s poem) composed in 1847 and the singing from “Ruy Blas” by Victor Hugo (Lied aus ‘Ruy Blas’) composed in 1839. The translation suggested by Erwin List gives an idea of what kind of beautiful text it is that inspire calm, serenity like Millet’s “L’angelus”. This work is for every group
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This work was composed on December 3rd, 1836 and is part of the collection Opus 77 published in 1848 including 3 duets simply named “Three Duets”. It is divided up into strophes and there is no difficulty regarding the music theory and rhythm. The first work of this opus is “Sonntagsmorgen” and then comes “Das Aehrenfel” (based on Hoffmann von Fallersleben’s poem) composed in 1847 and the singing from “Ruy Blas” by Victor Hugo (Lied aus ‘Ruy Blas’) composed in 1839. The translation suggested by Erwin List gives an idea of what kind of beautiful text it is that inspire calm, serenity like Millet’s “L’angelus”. This work is for every group