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Sechs Lieder, op. 43

By James Simon

genre
Vocal music
instrumentation
Voice and piano (voice pf)
year
1934
status
published score
order printed score here
dedication

Toni Apel / Appelbaum

Details

1. Singende Flammen - words by Christian Morgenstern. Zwei Flammen der einen! Zürich, 22-23 June 1933

2. Wenn sich das Dämmern - words by Friedrich Gundolf. 1931

3. Es rauscht durch unseren Schlaf - words by Else Lasker-Schüler. Amsterdam, 22-25 March 1934

4. Heimkehr - words by Manfred Hausmann. An und für Toni! Amsterdam, 17-19 December 1933. James

5. Jetzt kommt schon der Morgen herauf - words by Jean Gebser

6. Die Nacht kam her so wundervoll - words by Rudolf Alexander Schröder. Amsterdam, 26-28 December 1934

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About James Simon

(09/29/1880 - ?)
James Simon

James Simon was a highly intelligent and accomplished pianist, composer and musicologist. He studied philosophy, loved poetry and felt at home with the great German musical tradition. Music was his life. So much so, that his son would call him ‘other worldly’. He continued to compose until the very end.

By Phillip Silver and Carine Alders