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  1. about BRAZAVENTURE
  2. Complete set
  3. List of works by Wilhelm Taubert
  4. Michael Gerlt (MgHdrPhotograph) on Pinterest
  5. Notes and Editorial Reviews

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Shopping Basket 0. Shopping Basket Shopping Basket. Compare Products. Delete all. Schott Volks- und Kinderlieder Rec 2 ratings. Sheet music songbook Note: book is in the German language A beautiful selection of folk and children's songs For soprano recorder Suitable optionally for two recorders Songs Incl. Related Products.

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Available immediately This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately. Standard Delivery Times. Add to Basket. Add to wish list. Susanna for 3 parts, with guitar and bass - see pg. Lourdes hymn, for clarinet and piano - see flutepg.

Complete set

Klezmer, for clarinet and piano - see flutepg. Irish, for alto sax and piano - see claripg. Klezmer, for clarinet and piano - see claripg. Jewish, for flute and piano - see claripg. Jewish, for clarinet and piano - see wndpg. Klezmer, for flute and piano - see claripg. Klezmer, for clarinet and piano - see wndpg. Klezmer, for alto saxophone and piano - see wndpg. Bach, from Sonata BWV , for panflute and piano - see wndpg. Bach, from Sonata BWV , for clarinet and piano - see wndpg.

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Bach, from Sonata BWV , for alto saxophone and piano - see claripg. Strauss, for clarinet and piano - see wndpg. Strauss, for alto saxophone and piano - see claripg. Anthony Choral - Haydn, for clarinet and piano. Anthony Choral - Haydn, for flute and piano.


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Bach, for trumpet and piano or keyboard - see wndpg. Smetana, for clarinet and piano - see wndpg. Bach, for alto saxophone and piano or keyboard - see wndpg. Bach, for clarinet and piano - see wndpg. Schubert, for flute and simplified piano part - see wndpg. Bach, for clarinet and piano or keyboard - see wndpg. Bach, for flute and piano or keyboard - see wndpg.

List of works by Wilhelm Taubert

Mozart, known from the movie "Amadeus", for flute and piano - see wndpg. Bach, from Cantata BWV , for flute and piano - see wndpg. Smetana, for flute and piano - see wndpg. That question was tacitly anticipated, and an answer insinuated, in the narrative above, which was designed to bring out the no doubt far-fetched idea of an oral tradition among the composers concerned.

Further links might have been added. No wonder it still flourishes. Let the title-poem be taken as emblematic. Its tradition is traceable, and turns out to be far from folklike. In that version its most obvious point is its determination to make an impact. The horn glows with pearls and rubies, gleams in gold and silver, and is capped by a carat bell carillon. It is manifestly intended to symbolize the anthology's contents: Arnim wished to say that the German people possessed in its folk art a treasury of jewels beyond price.

But now, as the verses explain, it has been found and handed to a young man Arnim was in his early 20s by a mermaid no doubt his Muse to give to an empress of course personifying Germania famed for her beauty and wisdom.


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She is told that at the merest touch of her finger she can ring all the golden bells the coming golden age is the inevitable fulfilment of a historic destiny ; and she accordingly does so, while the gifted boy ascends to still further heights. In all this, the original courtly ideas have been deliberately demoted to make them look demotic. Hence the insistent stress on action, in rhythm and language alike.

The thumping iambic trimeter hammers home the message. The vigorous verbs ride and dismount in leaps and bounds.

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The whole contrives, or is contrived, to give the impression of youth and movement; indeed, a youth movement. Almost as strident more so, to some readers are the erotic overtones. Although the horn has only just been uncovered, its existence is well-known to everyone in the world. The boy boldly placed it straight into the royal hand, engagingly observing that one touch of the queen's finger would set its bells swinging. This too looks like the result of wilful effrontery on Arnim's part.

Notes and Editorial Reviews

Long before Freud or D. Lawrence there were blatant ways of teaching the bourgeoisie to extract new sap and vigour from the vital roots of the folk. Of course it was not solely German or French in origin. Thomas Moore and his verses were ritualist in religion, egalitarian in politics and erotic in disposition. His themes too are of spiritual, national and emotional uprising; and his style suggests a highly artificial folk-poetry, accompanied by continual harping on a sacred symbolic instrument. Such sentiments were surely quite foreign to them.

Indeed, the special poignancy and profusion of Mahler's settings is surely due, on the contrary, to his innate sense of alienation. The Fourth Symphony finale, so far from being a naive confession of faith in a future life, represents the outsider wondering where on earth such a Heaven can possibly be. And so on. Promises are broken, judgments are false, efforts are vain, delights are brief. Birds exult and expire; lovers sigh and sunder; soldiers mount and depart with a significantly high desertion and death rate among military bandsmen.

The whole scene is vividly evocative of Housman's contemporary Shropshire. It was in a land of lost content that Mahler too found his form. It was built on the foundations of German Romanticism, which no doubt covered some areas of authentic ballad tradition. But its architects were highly skilled professionals, and its main materials were the perfected classical models of music and poetry. It stands miles apart from any source that could sensibly be called folksong, or folk-anythin g. C Brentano, ed.

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