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4 Gesaenge for female choir, two horns and harp, Op. 17 (Brahms)

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)

4 Gesaenge for female choir, two horns and harp Op. 17

Sheet Music
1860

1. Es toent ein voller Harfenklang (Friedrich Ruperti)
2. Lied von Shakespeare (translated by August Schlegel)
3. Der Gaertner (Josef von Eichendorf)
4. Gesang aus `Fingal` (Ossian)

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