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Ludwig van Beethoven   opus 108

25 Scottish songs

Song 1817.
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Twenty-Five Scottish Songs (or in full Twenty-five Scottish songs: for voice, mixed chorus, violin, violoncello and piano) (Opus 108) was composed by Ludwig van Beethoven. The work was published in London and Edinburgh in 1818, and in Berlin in 1822.[1]

The names of the Twenty-Five Scottish Songs (Op. 108) are:

  1. "Music, Love and Wine"; "O let me music hear, night and day!" 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
  2. "Sunset"; "The sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill;" 1818, words by Sir Walter Scott, folk song setting
  3. "O sweet were the hours;" 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
  4. "The Maid of Isla"; "O maid of Isla from yon cliff;" 1817, words by Sir Walter Scott, folk song setting
  5. "The sweetest lad was Jamie;" 1815, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
  6. "Dim, dim is my eye;" 1815, words by William Brown, folk song setting
  7. "Bonnie Laddie, Highland Laddie"; "Where got ye that siller moon" 1815, words by James Hogg, folk song setting
  8. "The lovely lass of Inverness;" 1816, words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
  9. "Behold, my Love"; "Behold my Love how green the groves;" 1817, words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
  10. Sympathy; "Why, Julia, say, that pensive mien?", words by William Smyth, folk song setting
  11. Oh, Thou Art the Lad of My Heart, Willy; 1815, words by William Smyth, folk song setting, variations on this air: Op 107 #9
  12. Oh, Had My Fate Been Join'd With Thine; 1816, words by Lord Byron, folk song setting
  13. Come Fill, Fill, My Good Fellow; 1817, words by William Smyth, folk song setting
  14. O How Can I Be Blithe; 1816, words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
  15. O Cruel was My Father; 1816, words by Alexander Ballantyne, folk song setting
  16. Could This Ill World Have Been Contriv'd; 1816, words by James Hogg, folk song setting
  17. O Mary at Thy Window Be, 1817; words by Robert Burns, folk song setting
  18. Enchantress, Farewell; 1818, words by Sir Walter Scott, folk song setting
  19. O Swiftly Glides the Bonny Boat; 1815m words by Joanna Baillie, folk song setting
  20. Faithfu' Johnie; "When will you come again;" 1815, words by Anne Grant, folk song setting[2]
  21. Jeanie's Distress; "By William late offended;" 1817, folk song setting
  22. The Highland Watch; "Old Scotia, wake thy mountain strain;" 1817, words by James Hogg, folk song setting for voice, chorus and piano trio
  23. The Shepherd's Song; "The gowan glitters on the sward;" 1818, words by Joanna Baillie, folk song setting
  24. Again, my Lyre, yet once again; 1815, words by William Smyth
  25. Sally in Our Alley; "Of all the girls that are so smart;" 1817, words by Henry Carey, folk song setting[1]


The names of the Twenty-Five Scottish Songs (Op. 108) in German are:

  1. Musik, Liebe und Wein: Es schalle die Musik, Nacht and Tag!
  2. Der Abend: Die Sonne sinkt ins Ettrick Thal
  3. O köstliche Zeit: O kostliche Zeit
  4. Das Islamädchen: O Islamagdlein, die du kuhn
  5. Der schönste Bub: Der schönste Bub war Henny
  6. Trub ist mein Auge: Trub, trub ist mein Auge wie
  7. Frische Bursche, Hochlands Bursche: Wem den Silbermond ihr dankt
  8. Die holde Maid von Inverness: Die holde Maid von Inverness kennt
  9. Schau her, mein Lieb: Schau her, mein Lieb, der Walder Grun
  10. Sympathie: Was, Julia sagt der Blick voll Gram
  11. O du nur bist mein Herzensbub: O du nur bist mein Herzensbub
  12. O hatte doch dies gold'ne Pfand: Ohatte doch dies gold'ne Pfand
  13. Trinklied: Schenk ein, mein guter Junge, schenk hoch
  14. O, wie kann ich wohl fröhlich sein: O, wie kann ich wohl fröhlich sein?
  15. O, grausam war mein Vater: O, grausam war mein Vater
  16. Wenn doch die ärge böse Welt: Wenn doch die ärge böse Welt
  17. Mariechen, komm ans Fensterlein: Mariechen komm ans Fensterlein
  18. O Zaub'rin, leb'wohl: Leb'wohl, o of the Zaub'rin
  19. Wie gleitet schnell das leichte Boot: Wie gleitet schnell das leichte Boot
  20. Der treue Johnie: O wann kehrst of the zuruck
  21. Jeanie's Trübsal: Als William jungst mich schmahte
  22. Die Hochlands Wache: Alt Schottland, wecke deiner Hohn
  23. Des Schafers Lied: Die Masslieb glänzt auf grunem Grund
  24. Noch einmal wecken Thränen: Noch einmal wecken Thränen bang
  25. Das Baschen in unserm Strasschen: Von allen Mädchen glatt und schön

References

  1. ^ a b Folksong arrangements
  2. ^ Faithful Johnny (useful information amongst the chaff)

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