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Ophelia-Lieder, WoO22

November 1873; published 1935; optional piano part; commissioned by Josef Lewinsky for his fiancée Olga Preicheisen to perform in a Prague production of Hamlet opening on 22 December 1873
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No 1: Hamlet IV:5 How should I your true love know; No 2: Hamlet IV:5; White his shroud as the mountain snow; No 3: Hamlet IV:5; Tomorrow is Saint Valentine's Day; No 5: Hamlet IV:5; And will he not come again?
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Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 2 - Christine Schäfer
Shakespeare's Kingdom
CDA66136Archive Service


No 1: Wie erkenn ich dein Treulieb
Track 13 on CDJ33122 [0'51]
Track 3 on CDA66136 [0'58] Archive Service
No 2: Sein Leichenhemd weiss
Track 14 on CDJ33122 [0'45]
Track 5 on CDA66136 [0'31] Archive Service
No 3: Auf morgen ist Sankt Valentins Tag
Track 15 on CDJ33122 [0'52]
No 3: Auf Morgen ist Sankt Valentins Tag
Track 7 on CDA66136 [0'54] Archive Service
No 4: Sie trugen ihn auf der Bahre bloss
Track 16 on CDJ33122 [0'56]
No 5: Und kommt er nicht mehr zurück?
Track 17 on CDJ33122 [1'47]
Track 9 on CDA66136 [1'20] Archive Service

Track-specific metadata for CDJ33122 track 17

Und kommt er nicht mehr zurück?
Recording date
3 June 2010
Recording venue
All Saints' Church, East Finchley, London, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Mark Brown
Recording engineer
Julian Millard
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