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Complete Music for Male Choir Import


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1. Der Traumende See
2. Die Minnesanger
3. Die Lotosblume
4. Die Zecher Als Doktrinar
5. Rastlose Liebe
6. Fruhlingsglocken
7. Zur Hohen Jagd
8. Habet Acht!
9. Jagdmorgen
10. Fruhe
11. Bei Der Flasche
12. Der Eidgenossen Nachtwache
13. Freiheitslied
14. Schlachtgesang
15. Deutscher Freiheitsgesang
16. Schwarz-Rot-Gold
17. Zu Den Waffen
18. Die Rose Stand Im Tau
19. Lasst Lautenspiel Und Becherklang
20. Blut' Oder Schnee
See all 24 tracks on this disc

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Great music, great performances, but no translations Feb. 22 2006
By James Sommerville - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a beautiful collection of almost an hour of music, comprising all of Schumann's songs for male chorus. The songs are beautifully performed by a professional choir. I especially enjoy the 5 songs in Jagdlieder, op. 137, with four horns vigorously and elegantly accompanying the chorus. But I list only 4 stars because the producer has inconsiderately omitted translations--even of the titles of the songs. So if you don't know German or have a German friend to translate for you, you will, like me, have no idea what the the songs are about. The case promises "English text enclosed," but only to the notes about Schumann and the performers are translated.

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