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Seven Songs by Franz Liszt

complied and transcribed for Baritone and String Quartet by Aribert Reimann

By Aribert Reimann

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Baritone; String Quartet (Score & Parts)
Complied and transcribed for Baritone and String Quartet by Aribert Reimann. Composed by Aribert Reimann and Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Arranged by Aribert Reimann. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Vocal. Classical. Score and parts. Composed 1860-1880. 76 pages. Duration 20'. Schott Music #ED 21885. Published by Schott Music (HL.49044628).

Item Number: HL.49044628

ISBN 9790001198493. 9.25x12.0x0.212 inches. German.

Aribert Reimann's idea to arrange the lieder of Franz Liszt for baritone and string quartet goes back to his collaboration with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, recording some of these lieder for the German broadcasting company formerly known as Sender Freies Berlin (SFB). Since then, Reimann has continued to be fascinated by Liszt's thrilling harmony and unconventional treatment of the voice. Here, he has compiled a cycle containing seven lieder from Liszt's middle and late periods, arranged so that each song is the logical continuation of its predecessor. Liszt's fundamental harmony has been retained, but the registers have been altered to such an extent that they appear in a completely new light.

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  • I Verlassen (Gustav Michell, 1880) 
  • II Anfangs wollt' ich fast verzagen (Heinrich Heine, 1860) 
  • III Sei still (Henriette von Schorn, 1877) 
  • IV Vergiftet sind meine Lieder (Heinrich Heine, 1860) 
  • V Gebet (Friedrich Martin von Bodenstedt, 1879) 
  • VI Morgens steh' ich auf und frage (Heinrich Heine, 1860) 
  • VII Des Tages laute Stimmen schweigen (Ferdinand von Saar, 1880) 
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