Schwertlied, with unison chorus

Song TitleSchwertlied, with unison chorus (Search)
Composer(s):Franz Schubert
Author(s):Theodor K├Ârner
Keyword(s) & Features: Abandoning; Anticipation; Anxious; Arms; Asking; Battles; Beauty; Beloved; Betrothals; Blessed; Blood; Blossoming; Bold; Brides; Bright; Calling; Cannons; Celebrations; Claiming; Conflicts; Contentment; Conversations; Crying; Curses; Dawn; Death; Devotion; Embracing; Enjoyment; Excitement; Extreme; Eyes; Fathers; Fighting; Firm; Freedom; Friendly; Frustration; Fulfillment; Furtive; Gardens; Garlands; German; Glances; Gleaming; Glistening; God; Grey; Grooms; Hands; Happiness; Hearts; Hot; Houses; Impatience; Invitations; Iron; Joy; Keen; Knights; Leading; Leaving; Left; Liberty; Lips; Lives; Longing; Looking; Love; Loyalty; Magnificent; Marriage; Men; Metaphor: Sword as Bride; Morning; Mouths; Multiple Speakers; Narrow; Night; Ownership; Patience; Personification: Swords; Pressing; Processions; Purpose; Questioning; Rattling; Receiving; Red; Remaining; Responding; Rooms; Roses; Sheaths; Singing; Sparks; Sprightly; Steel; Sunshine; Swords; Trumpets; Trusting; Valiant; Visible; Waiting; Wanting; Warfare; Warmth; Warriors; Weapons; Weddings; Wild; Wives; Worn
First LineDu Schwert an meiner Linken (Search)
Average Duration1:45 (Search)
Year of composition 1815 (Search)
Link to English Text Online
Musical FormStrophic (Search)
Original LanguageGerman (Search)
Score Source
Catalog DesignationD. 170 (Search)
Voice part suggested by composerTenor
Range: C4 - G5 (Search)
Original KeyC Major (Search)
Trivial or Important references and connectionsComposed March 12 (Search)
Other instrumentation and voiceVoice, unison chorus, piano (Search)
ContributorGTM (Search)
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