Violin I part from Still wie die Nacht (String Quartet)

Composer
Carl Böhm
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Full details

This is a string quartet arrangement of Böhm’s famous art song. The text (not given in the score, but well known by most classical singers) roughly translates: "Still as the night, deep as the sea, thus should your love e’er be. If you love me as I love you, then will our love be true." This is a nice short piece for weddings and receptions where a romantic mood is appropriate. Visit my website at: http://members.sibeliusmusic.com/jjacklich/ to check out my other arrangements and compositions.


Composer
Carl Böhm
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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