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Arnold Franz Walter Schoenberg or Schönberg was an Austrian composer, music theorist, and painter. He was associated with the expressionist movement in. Arnold Schoenberg: Brettl-Lieder (Cabaret Songs) – Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best. Brettl Lieder – Cabaret Songs – Composer: Arnold Schoenberg Title: Brettl Lieder – Cabaret Songs 1. Der genügsame Liebhaber (Hugo Salus) 2. Einfältiges Lied.
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Brettl-Lieder (Cabaret Songs), for voice & piano
Please me once again, Galathea, beautiful child, To kiss your tresses, for they are so beguiling. Go to the single-text view There on a flat paradeground Kaspar holds the center Up on his high horse. Share on facebook twitter tumblr. He that doesn’t treasure women Is neither cold nor warm And lies like a block of ice On a girl’s arm. And there we will lie down, I and my neighbor.
Oieder if you would, please stop awhile, Silent as the grave once more! Lieder for the turn of a century. Ah, you cannot know how I burn, Galathea, beautiful child, To kiss your knees, for they are so enticing.
But I’m another man, I dance all around her; And my heart beats happily against hers And goes: Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Please provide the translator’s name when contacting us. Introspection Late Night Bregtl. Kaspar, take what you’ve earned, And what this garrison has led you to, Protect yourself and us. Never will I be able, until I die, Galathea, beautiful child, To resist kissing your hands, for they are so enticing.
In the evening, when I come to visit, The kitty lies in her lap, And eats honeyed cookies with her And shudders when I gently ruffle its fur. Charmingly not so terribly elegant Yet enchantingly chic. Go to the single-text view Miss Gigerlette invited me to tea With an air like snow she greeted me; She was dressed entirely like Pierrette. Genre Vocal Music Classical.
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Arnold Franz Walter Schoenberg. So that we not lose speed, aim, or gait The coachman, Love, steered our carriage straight. If you wish to copy it and distribute it, you must obtain permission or you will be breaking the law. In a coach and four did the two of us ride Into a land known as Mirth, traveling the countryside. Woman, woman, don’t be foolish, Don’t run around as in a dream, Keep watch!
Go to the single-text view Drummer, let your calfskin ring, And trumpeter, let it fly, So that they out of their beds do spring, Murder, Michel.
Your gift is greatly appreciated. Schoenberg ‘s setting, strophic but with significant variation from verse to verse, is full of suggestive humor.
Not all the material on this website is in the public domain. In the shadowy reviewing stand, Bravo! I’d wish for a thousand women, If the gods were truly just, Then I’d dance around like a marmot 1 This way and that, That would be a life, in this world, That I’d love to have. Little Louisa on the left, on the right Brett, And leading the way, I musici.
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And so happy, through the glowing Moonlit lanes, I press, Between two Mademoiselles going, A launderer and a seamstress: Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Streams Videos All Posts. The text calls for a drummer and trumpeter, who accompany the narrator on his nighttime escapes.
Brettl Songs Word count: In case one appears, Who might be the right man for you.
She was so full of life and esprit. But now we’re near the domicile I told you of before.
Drinking the air awash with sunlight, Helmet and bayonet lideer, Bubbling, shimmering and sparkling. Copyright infringement is a criminal offense under international law. Lovely woman, be wise, Use your beauty liedeg it is in bloom, Pay attention and think about it, Think about it. And if her flame matches mine, Within her beautiful clear eyes, Just like the blows of a hammer Does my little heart pound.
If he arrives, don’t think about it for long!
Arnold Schönberg: Cabaret Songs
The material directly above is protected by copyright and appears here by special permission. But never offer your mouth, maiden, to my kisses, For its charming fullness I will only kiss in my dreams. I’d hop like a hare through the fields, And within my heart would always beat. There you see it! This website began in as a personal project, and I have been working on it full-time without a salary btettl Parading back and forth. View original text without footnotes 1 note: During the theater company’s visit to Vienna in the fall ofOskar Straus had introduced Wolzogen to Schoenbergwho played some of his recently composed cabaret songs; it is certain that at least one of these, “Nachtwandler,” was performed in Berlin before Junewhen Schoenberg ‘s association with the company ended.