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Label: Brilliant Classics - 94630 • Format: 86x, CD Compilation Box Set • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Classical •
Opferlied, WoO 126 - Ludwig van Beethoven - Beethoven: Complete Edition (CD)

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However, it did not appear in print until as part of the Complete Edition of Beethoven's Works, published in Leipzig by Breitkopf & Härtel. Beethoven revised this version to produce his fourth and final setting of "Opferlied" (Op. b), for soprano solo with four-voice chorus and orchestra (without flutes or oboes), in

Surveying the totality of his career and achievement, the Complete Edition spans orchestral, concerto, keyboard, chamber, music for the stage, choral and vocal works, encompassing his most familiar and iconic masterpieces, alongside rarities and recently reconstructed fragments and sketches in world premiere recordings. The roster of artists and ensembles includes some of Beethoven's greatest .

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Beethoven Complete Edition" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels. Advanced Search Ludwig van Beethoven – Beethoven Complete Edition. Label: Naxos – , WoO 25 'Rondino' () CD Sextets, Op. 71 And Op. 81b; Octet, Op. 'Parthia'.

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  1. Beethoven's Opferlied, WoO , was published Bonn in by Simrock as part of the III Deutsche Lieder, which included the first version of "Neue Liebe, neues Leben," WoO and "Der freie Mann," WoO The Friedrich von Matthison () poem first appeared in , so Beethoven might have encountered the text while he lived in Bonn.. Beethoven's sketches for the Opferlied evince his.

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