Venetianisches Gondellied, Op 19 No 6 (Songs Without Words). Felix Mendelssohn & Simon Trpceski. Show performers. COMPOSER: Felix Mendelssohn. Check out Mendelssohn: Lieder ohne Worte, Op - No. 6 In G Minor (Andante sostenuto) "Venetian Gondola Song" by Daniel Barenboim on Amazon Music. buy the album if you like it!
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In G minor, the piece's doubled melodic line, usually in thirds or sixths, creates the sound of a duet.
InRichard Strauss transformed the Op. He composed them initially for family and friends, but by decided to publish these miniatures.
Mendelssohn 's first set of Lieder ohne Worte was published in London with the title, Melodies for the Pianoforte.
And highly regarded as a composer too.
No such arrangements were however made, or so titled, by Mendelssohn himself. By other composers[ edit ] Fanny Mendelssohn's early collections of mendelssohn op 19 no 6 works opp. With me it is exactly the reverse, and not only in the context of an entire speech, but also with individual words.
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