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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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Recorded in London (England), November 1990.
Added by: Gabisou , 09.10.2015 15:14           

Recorded: February 1989, London.
Added by: Osobnyak , 31.10.2019 17:32           

Jan Schroeder - horn, Julia Raines Hahn - harp. Recorded: October 1981, Hamburg.
Added by: paterson , 11.12.2009 13:53           

Soloists of RSO Stuttgart; Suedfunkchor Stuttgart. March 20, 1991, Kultur-Palast, Dresden.
Added by: weina , 13.05.2017 16:07           

2003 - with Sebastian Schindler, Sebastian Schorr (Horns)
Added by: Avia , 16.08.2021 18:23           

Es tönt ein voller Harfenklang, Op. 17 No. 1. Ladies of the Berlin Radio Choir, Knaben des Staats-und Domchors Berlin. Philharmonie, Berlin, 5 February 2011.
Added by: art15 , 08.08.2013 15:31