Tambourliedchen Op. Abschied Op.
- Brahms: Lieder?
- Fortunes Foal.
- Nationale Identität im Wandel: Deutscher Intellektuellendiskurs zwischen Tradition und Weltkultur (German Edition).
Klage II Op. Klage I Op.
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Ave Maria German text D , op. Series: Songs sacred , Theme: 0-miscellaneous. Series: Songs, Theme: 0-miscellaneous. On Wings of Song op. Series: 6 songs op. Series: Lieder secular , Theme: 0-miscellaneous.
List of compositions by Johannes Brahms by opus number
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