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Sechs Lieder, Op 97

First line:
Warum denn warten
published in March 1886; No 1: 1884/5; No 2: before May 1885; No 5: May 1885, written for Hermine Spies; No 6: by March 1885



Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 8 - Harriet Burns
CDJ3312830 August 2019 Release
Brahms: Songs
CDA66444Archive Service
Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 3 - Simon Bode
Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 4 - Robert Holl
Brahms: The Complete Songs, Vol. 7 - Benjamin Appl
Studio Master: CDJ33127Studio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available


No 1: Nachtigall  O Nachtigall, dein süßer Schall
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Track 22 on CDA66444 [2'29] Archive Service
Track 19 on CDJ33127 [2'43]
No 2: Auf dem Schiffe  Ein Vögelein
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Track 21 on CDJ33123 [1'07]
No 5: Komm bald  Warum denn warten
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written for Brahms's 52nd birthday

Track 17 on CDJ33124 [2'39]
No 6: Trennung  Da unten im Tale
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No 6: traditional Swabian

Track 19 on CDJ33128 [2'46] 30 August 2019 Release

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