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Composer: Paul Claussnitzer (1867 - 1924)

Listing of art song and choral settings by opus [warning - not necessarily comprehensive]

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Note: A blue rectangle containing a language code such as ENG indicates the presence of a translation to that language. A grey rectangle such as FRE indicates a particular translation (usually one set to music) exists but is missing.

See Alphabetic Order

Song Cycles, Symphonies, etc.

All titles of vocal settings in our database, in opus order (without opus first, alphabetic)

    * op. 2. Sieben kleine Chöre für vier Männerstimmen
        * no. 1. Melancholie (Text: Heinrich Heine) DUT CAT ENG ITA FRE SWE ENG ROM
        * no. 2. Bester Rat (Text: Franz Alfred Muth)
        * no. 3. Abschied (Text: August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben)
        * no. 4. Warte (Text: Heinrich Heine) DUT CAT ENG ITA FRE
        * no. 5. Serenade (Text: Heinrich Heine) SPA ENG ITA FRE POL DUT SWE ENG
        * no. 6. Im Hochland (Text: Ferdinand Freiligrath after Robert Burns)
        * no. 7. Der Zimmermann (Text: Heinrich Heine) DUT CAT RUS ENG ITA FRE SWE ENG FRE
    * op. 8. Fünf Abendlieder für Männerchor * op. 13. Drei ernste Lieder
        * no. 3. Der Zimmermann (Text: Heinrich Heine) DUT CAT RUS ENG ITA FRE SWE ENG FRE