||Aleksandr Goldenweiser (1875–1961)
||N. Metner: Sobranie Sochinenii, Tom VI: Sochineniia dlia golosa i fortepiano|
Moscow: Muzgiz, 1961. Plate M. 29308 Г.
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||Vocem' pesen Op.61
|Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No.
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.
- No.1: Reiselied [Pesn' strannika] (Traveling Song)
- No.2: Nachtgruß [Nochnoi privet] (Night Greeting)
- No.3: Chto v imeni tebe moem? [Was fragst du nach dem Namen mich?] (What does my name mean to you?)
- No.4: Esli zhizn' tebia obmanet... [Wenn du eines Tags enttäuscht bist...] (When you are disillusioned one day...)
- No.5: Molitva [Gebet] (Prayer)
- No.6: Polden' [Mittagsdunst] (Midday)
- No.7: O, veshchaia dusha moia! [Sei stille mein verzagtes Herz] (Be still my visionary heart)
- No.8: Kogda, chto svali my svoim... [Unwiederbringlich ist dahin...] (It is then completely lost...)
|Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp.
||1946 [No.6]; 1954 [all others]
||Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857) [Nos.1 and 2]|
Aleksandr Pushkin (1799–1837) [Nos.3 and 4]
Mikhail Lermontov (1814-1841) [No.5]
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev (1803-1873) [Nos.6, 7 and 8]
||German [Nos.1 and 2]; Russian [Nos.3 through 8]
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period
||Early 20th century
||Voice and piano
The sixth song of the set, Polden', was originally published in Twenty-Six selected songs (New York: G. Schirmer, 1946) as Op.59 No.1 (after the autograph). The other seven songs were published as Sieben hinterlassene Lieder (Seven forgotten songs) by M. P. Belaïeff in 1954. The complete works edition assembled all eight songs under the title Acht Lieder (Eight Songs) as Op.61. According to Bowling Green library catalog, German translations of the Russian poems by Liesbeth Weinhold in the 1954 edition.