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Zomer in het hart: zeven liederen met piano-begeleiding

By Samuel Schuijer

Vocal music
Voice and piano (voice pf)
location of manuscript catalogue application number ABmf/1928-1929


Summer at heart: seven songs with piano accompaniment

1: Zomer in het hart (Summer at heart)

2: Maaierslied (Song of the mowers) words by Jacob Winkler Prins
See also: catalogue application number MNmfI/0767;jsessionid=aaaQdMYoiUPsP8sPLQGKv?id=341#

3: Liedje (Little song in folk style) words by Jacques Perk
See also: catalogue application number MNmfI/0768 catalogue application number MNmfI/0098

4: Wiegelied (Lullaby) words by H.J. Foppe
Awarded a prize by the Nederlandsche Toonkunstenaars-Vereeniging
See also: catalogue application number ABmf/1928

5: Goede nacht (Good night)

6: Ik volg u (I follow you) words by Adriaan van der Hoop

7: Stilte (Silence) words by Willem Zuidema
See also: archive registration number 399/09 catalogue application number MNmfIII/0517

Published by Kruseman, The Hague

About Samuel Schuijer

(09/09/1873 - 12/11/1942)
Samuel Schuijer

On December 11, 1942, Samuel Schuijer was murdered in Auschwitz. His home and music school had been plundered by the Nazis. With the loss of his life and destruction of his belongings, all traces of this significant Dutch musician seemed to be erased. But a group of children in The Hague found a box containing music manuscripts, waiting for the garbage truck. They took their treasure home and it became the first step in rediscovering a lost fragment of Dutch music history.

by Carine Alders