O bitt’ euch, liebe Vögelein, Op.43 (Gumbert, Ferdinand)

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Publisher. Info. Berlin: A. Schlesinger, n.d. Plate S. 3803.
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Publisher. Info. London: Hopwood, n.d. Plate H. & C. 1428.
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For Low voice and Piano

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Editor A.F. dos Santos, (fl.1851–fl.1872), new Latin text
Publisher. Info. 5 Offertoriums for the Catholic Service.
Philadelphia: Lee & Walker, 1872. Plate 13393.5.
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For Piano (Battmann)
See: Oiseaux légers, Op.231 (Battmann, Jacques-Louis)
For Piano (Dufils)
See: Oiseaux légers (Dufils, Léon)
For Piano (Duvernoy)
See: Oiseaux légers, Op.282 (Duvernoy, Jean-Baptiste)
For Piano (Ketterer)
See: Oiseaux légers, Op.174 (Ketterer, Eugène)

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General Information

Work Title O bitt’ euch, liebe Vögelein
Alternative. Title Oiseaux légers
Composer Gumbert, Ferdinand
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.43
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IFG 14
Key E-flat major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 lied
Text Incipit Wohl viele tausend Vögelein
First Publication. 1851 – Berlin: Schlesinger
Librettist Robert Eduard Prutz (1816–1872)
Language German
Dedication Gustav Roger
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation soprano (or tenor), piano
External Links RISM 301004038
RISM 301001942
RISM 301006215 (contains dedication. Manuscript copy from February 1860, transposed to G major. RISM gives this Op.168/2 - don't know why?)