Der Liedler

Song TitleDer Liedler (Search)
Composer(s):Franz Schubert
Author(s):Josef Kenner
Keyword(s) & Features: Agony; Alpine; Ancestors; Anger; Anguish; Armor; Arms; Attending; Banks; Banners; Battles; Bearing; Beasts; Beckoning; Bells; Betrayal; Betrothals; Binding; Blood; Blue; Breaking; Breasts; Brides; Bursting; Calm; Carrying; Castles; Changing Seasons; Cliffs; Coffins; Common; Courses; Covering; Crossing; Cures; Danube River; Dawn; Death; Depths; Desires; Destroying; Determined; Distance; Dizziness; Dukes; Early; Emotions; Entering; Equipment; Escaping; Evening; Exhausted; Expression of Love; Falling; Farewell; Fields; Fighting; Fleeing; Flesh; Fluttering; Friends; Frost; Furious; Glowing; God; Graves; Greeting; Hands; Harps; Hats; Heartache; Heartbreak; Hearts; Hedges; Hiding; Homeland; Homesickness; Hurling; Hurrying; Hurting; Ice; Illness; Immediate; Inescapable Love; Jaws; Kissing; Knights; Lamenting; Land; Leading; Leaving; Leaving Home; Lightning; Listening; Lodging; Longing; Looking; Lord; Love; Maidens; Majestic; Marriage; Maternal; Memories; Merry; Metaphor: Death as Comfort; Milla; Minstrels; Morning; Mortal; Mountains; Mules; Music; Musical Instruments; Musicians; Necks; Noble; Offering; Overwhelming; Pain; Pale; Passing; Paths; Peace; Pilgrims; Ponies; Pouring; Power; Praising; Processing; Protection; Providing; Psalm; Pulling; Quiet; Rage; Red; Relief; Remaining; Repose; Resisting; Resounding; Resting; Restlessness; Returning; Rhine River; Rich; Riding; Rising; Rivers; Roads; Rosy; Samson; Separation; Shattering; Shelter; Shields; Shrines; Shrouds; Singing; Sinking; Sisters; Sleeping; Snorting; Snow; Soldiers; Songs; Sounds; Sowing; Staying; Stepping; Stiff; Stopping; Strangling; Streams; Strength; Strings; Suffering; Surging; Sweet; Sweethearts; Tearing; Thanking; Thorny; Throats; Throwing; Titanic; Torches; Travelers; Traveling; Trotting; Trude; Tugging; Unconscious; Unrequited Love; Unworthy; Valleys; Walking Sticks; Warmth; Watching; Weapons; Weddings; Werewolves; White; Wilhelm; Winter; Woods; Worms; Wrestling; Yielding
First LineGib, Schwester, mir die Harf herab (Search)
Average Duration14:00 (Search)
Year of composition 1815 (Search)
Link to English Text Online
Original LanguageGerman (Search)
Score Source
Catalog DesignationOp. 38, D. 209 (Search)
Range: Bb3 - G5 (Search)
Original KeyA minor (Search)
Trivial or Important references and connectionsComposed in January (Search)
ContributorAL (Search)
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