Alma Maria Mahler: Sämtliche Lieder

  • for medium voice and piano
  • Soloists:
    medium voice
  • Instrumentation details:
    piano
  • Composer: Alma Maria Mahler
  • Editor: Herta Blaukopf
  • Table of contents:
    : Die stille Stadt (Rich. Dehmel)
    : In meines Vaters Garten (Hartleben)
    : Laue Sommernacht (Falke)
    : Bei dir ist es traut (Rilke)
    : Ich wandle unter Blumen (Heine)
    : Licht in der Nacht (Bierbaum)
    : Waldseligkeit (Dehmel)
    : Ansturm (Dehmel)
    : Erntelied (Gustav Falke)
    : Hymne (Novalis)
    : Ekstase (Otto Julius Bierbaum)
    : Der Erkennende (Franz Werfel)
    : Lobgesang (Dehmel)
    : Hymne an die Nacht (Novalis)
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Alma Maria Mahler: Complete Songs for medium voice and piano | UE18016

  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Languages: German
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-3030-6
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-01364-5
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Anybody familiar with the idiom of Mahler's Lieder will possibly be struck by the unmahlerian language of Alma's Lieder. The choice of text, the melodic line and the piano writing are evidence that Alma's mentality and her musical background were leading her in a different direction. Robert Schollum stresses the influence of Zemlinsky, who passed on the influences of Wagner (harmonically) and Brahms (formally). "A comparison of Zemlinsky's own Lieder with those of his pupil reveals a common sound world, committed to tonality but iridescent in its harmony. The struggle to reach beyond tonality is evident…" (Herta Blaukopf)

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Contents

  • Die stille Stadt (Rich. Dehmel)
  • In meines Vaters Garten (Hartleben)
  • Laue Sommernacht (Falke)
  • Bei dir ist es traut (Rilke)
  • Ich wandle unter Blumen (Heine)
  • Licht in der Nacht (Bierbaum)
  • Waldseligkeit (Dehmel)
  • Ansturm (Dehmel)
  • Erntelied (Gustav Falke)
  • Hymne (Novalis)
  • Ekstase (Otto Julius Bierbaum)
  • Der Erkennende (Franz Werfel)
  • Lobgesang (Dehmel)
  • Hymne an die Nacht (Novalis)

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