|Full title||Love Song for voice and piano / Liebeslied für Stimme und Klavier|
Text by H. F. Schell; translated into English by Vally Weigl.
Original version: for soprano or tenor; vocal range: eb'–ab''.
Revised version: for mezzo-soprano or baritone; vocal range: db'–gb''.
|Manuscript sources||NYPL JOB 73-115, holograph score. See also NYPL JPB 78-21, copyist's [?] score (1 folded folio), with later addition of English title and texts.|
|Publication details||Not published in composer's lifetime.|
|Availabiity||Score of original version available from KWF.|
Performances (click icon to expand or collapse list)
|2 December 1989||Chicago, University of Chicago, Goodspeed Recital Hall, Viennese Crosscurrents, Karl Weigl, Neo- Romanticism, and the Modernist Movement, concert 2: Love Song and Seven Songs op. 1 (Bruce Tammen and Kit Bridges); Five Songs from Phantasus op. 9 (Elsa Charlston and Kit Bridges); Five Duets for soprano and baritone nos. 1 and 3 (Elsa Charlston, Bruce Tammen, Kit Bridges). Also on program: Berg, Seven Early Songs; songs by Wolf, Mahler, and Korngold.|
|2 October 1999||Budapest, Benczúr Ház, The Music of Karl Weigl Memorial Concerts, concert 1: Three Songs op. 12 nos. 2 and 3, Love Songs op. 22 nos. 3 and 4, and Love Song (Evelyn Chih-Yih Chan and Bárkányi Eva); Two Pieces for cello op. 33 (Maróth Balint and Bárkányi Eva); Five Duets for soprano and baritone (Evelyn Chih-Yih Cha, Michael Kutner and Bárkányi Eva); String Quartet No. 4 (Akadémia Quartet [Környei Zsófia, Bodó Antónia, Móré László, Maróth Bálint)].|