Johann Ludwig Uhland
Johann Ludwig Uhland1787 - 1862
Johann Ludwig Uhland, was a German poet, philologist and literary historian.
He was born in Tübingen, Württemberg, and studied jurisprudence at the university there, but also took an interest in medieval literature, especially old German and French poetry. Having graduated as a doctor of laws in 1810, he went to Paris for eight months to continue his studies of poetry; and from 1812 to 1814 he worked as a lawyer in Stuttgart, in the bureau of the minister of justice.
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This list is likely to be of songs that have been performed at Oxford International Song Festivals and Oxford Song events, and may not be comprehensive of this composer's compositions. This database is ever growing as a work in progress, with further songs regularly being added.
|Antwort (1854)||Camille Saint-Saëns|
|Auf ein Kind Op. 47 no.1||Richard Strauss|
|Ballade (1852) Op. 139 no.7 x.1852||Robert Schumann|
|Das Mühlrad (1816) Op. 72 no.1||Conradin Kreutzer|
|Der Schmied Op. 19 no.4||Franz Lachner|
|Der Schmied Op. 19 no.4||Johannes Brahms|
|Des Knaben Berglied (1849) Op. 79 no.8 21.iv–13.v.1849||Robert Schumann|
|Die Drossel (1877)||Richard Strauss|
|Die Nonne Op. 9 no.12||Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel|
|Die Ulme zu Hirsau (1899) Op. 43 no.3||Richard Strauss|
|Frühlingsglaube D686||Franz Schubert|
|Geisterleben (1819)||Carl Loewe|
|In der Ferne (1862) Op. 19 no.3||Johannes Brahms|
|Lauf der Welt (1889) Op. 48||Edvard Grieg|
|Lauf der Welt||Edvard Grieg|
|Maienthau (1837) Op. 23 no.2 1837-1842||Sir William Sterndale Bennett|
|Provenzalisches Lied (1852) Op. 139 no.4 x.1852||Robert Schumann|
|Ruhetal (1854)||Camille Saint-Saëns|
|Sonntag (Op. 47 no.3)||Johannes Brahms|