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This is an arrangement for male choir, string quartet and harpsichord (the latter one, ad libitum).
An English translation of poems by H�lderlin is available as:
FRIEDRICH H�LDERLIN. Selected Poems and Fragments, translated by Michael Hamburger; edited by Jeremy Adler; with a new preface and an introduction by Michael Hamburger. Penguin Classics, London, 1998. pp. 36-41. The poem used for the cantata appears under the German title �Mein Eigentum� and in English, as �My Possessions.�
Sections IV, V and XI of this version of the "Herbstkantate" (Autumn Cantata) were performed in the Jewish Museum of Florida in Miami Beach in a classical music concert by Florida Jewish composer Dr. Michael Drewes in honor of Florida Jewish History Month on Tuesday, 24 January 2006 by the Ensemble of the Miami Gay Men’s Chorus, integrated by the following members: Conducted by Artistic Director Gary Keating. Chris Lobdell, Accompanist and Coach Tenor I Anthony Cabrera, Angus Cosgrove, Jeffrey Chirinos, Avi Flashenburg Tenor II Dan Robertson, Craig Badinger, Dott Carungcong, Peter Reinoso, David Hopper Baritone Ferm�n Rojas, Larry Chidsey, C�sar Taboada, Elliot Pilshaw, Sandy Allen Bass Sammy Hendricks, Dale Penn, Luis Ramos, Keith Cromley, Craig Fashbaugh
The string quartet accompaniment was provided by members of the New World Symphony of Miami, namely:
1st Violin: Truong Nguyen 2nd Violin: Ann Okagaito Viola: Erik Rynearson Violoncello: Milena Mateeva
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
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