Robert Reinick


Robert Reinick

1805 - 1852

Robert Reinick was a German painter and poet, associated with the Düsseldorf school of painting. One of his poems, Dem Vaterland, was set to music by Hugo Wolf.

Reinick was born in Danzig (Gdańsk) and died in Dresden.

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Song List

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.

An den Sonnenschein (1840) Op. 36 no.4 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Robert Schumann
Dem Vaterland (1890) Hugo Wolf
Dichters Genesung (1840) Op. 36 no.5 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Robert Schumann
Frohe Botschaft (1890) Hugo Wolf
Frühlingsglocken (1883) Hugo Wolf
Gesellenlied Hugo Wolf
Juchhe! (1852) Op. 6 no.4 Johannes Brahms
Liebchen, wo bist du? (1883) No.2 Hugo Wolf
Liebchen, wo bist du? No.2 Hugo Wolf
Liebesbotschaft (1883) D957a 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Hugo Wolf
Liebesbotschaft (1840) Op. 36 no.6 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Robert Schumann
Liebesgarten (1840) Op. 34 no.1 2–20.vii.1840 Robert Schumann
Liebestreu (1853) Op. 3 no.1 Johannes Brahms
Morgenstimmung Hugo Wolf
Nachtgruss (1883) Hugo Wolf
Nichts Schöneres (1840) Op. 36 no.3 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Robert Schumann
Schön Blümelein (1840) Op. 43 no.3 2, 3 & 9.x.1840 Robert Schumann
Skolie Hugo Wolf
Sonntags am Rhein (1840) Op. 36 no.1 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Robert Schumann
Ständchen (1840) Op. 36 no.2 22–23.vii & viii.1840 Robert Schumann
Ständchen ('Komm in die stille Nacht!') (1883) Hugo Wolf
Wiegenlied im Sommer (1877) 17.xii.1882 Hugo Wolf
Wiegenlied im Winter (1877) 20.xii.1882 Hugo Wolf
Wohin mit der Freud? (1882) Hugo Wolf

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