Allerseelen (Strauss) “Allerseelen” (“All Souls’ Day”) is an art song for voice and piano composed by Richard Strauss in , setting a poem by the Austrian. I must admit I had a bit of a difficult time finding a YouTube recording of Richard Strauss’ Allerseelen that I actually liked. Many performances. Richard Strauss: Allerseelen (arranged by: Robert Heger). Key: Eb major; Opus: op. 10/8; Year of composition: ; Version: original key; Scored for: for high.
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The song was orchestrated in by German conductor Robert Heger. The song was given its first public performance at Meiningen in a chamber concert on 5 March,along with three other Opus 10 songs ” Zueignung ” “Dedication””Nichts” “Nothing”and “Die Georgine” “The Dahlia”sung by the straues Rudolf Engelhardt.
Interpretations of poem are various. All Souls’ Day, 2 Novemberis the day of the year when people commemorate and recall those dear to them, who have died.
Alan Jefferson argues that ” Place on the table the fragrant mignonettes, Bring in the last red asters, and let us talk of love again, as once we did in May. Give me your hand, so that I may secretly press it; and if someone sees, it’s all one to me.
Just give me one of your sweet glances, as once you did in May.
Flowers bloom and spread their fragrance today on every grave; one day in the year is sacred for the dead. Come close to my heart, so that I can have you again, as once I did in May.
There are instrumental arrangements for Brass bandincluding one by Stephen Roberts published in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Josephslegende Schlagobers Verklungene Feste Der Rosenkavalier film.
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