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From 5 Lieder, Op.49, N.1
Voice / Vocal Fach Soprano/ Mezzo / Alto/ Baritone/ Bass
Original key E minor
Language German
Composer Johannes Brahms 1833 – 1897
Poet Paul Heyse 1830 – 1914
Range Am Sonntag Morgen

Am Sonntag Morgen , a setting by Karl Joseph Simrock , was composed by Johannes Brahms in 1868. It is the first song of 5 Lieder, op. 49.

Published in 1868, this song cycle is known to be a lime stone to Brahms’ notoriety as a composer. The fourth song Lullaby (Wiegenlied) is still awaydays worldwide famous. At the time of the composition, Brahms had already settled in Vienna and been appointed conductor of the Vienna Singakademie. This furthered his interest in vocal music and many of his choir and melody works were composed from then on. The unity of the song cycle is to be found in the music as the texts are quite assorted: Paul Heyse, a German folk song, a text by Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hölty, after an Italian poem by Giovanni Battista Zappi… Brahms shows a very different approach to Schumann’s or Schubert’s song cycles where texts were all chosen among the same collection of poems.
Am Sonntag Morgen is the first lied of the song cycle. It is to be paired with An ein Veilchen (N.2) as both songs deals with the consequences of infidelity, first from a women’s perspective, secondly from a man’s point of vu. Am Sonntag Morgen starts the cycle in a brief, direct, effective way. At the vocal line, the long-short halting rhythms with rests in the middle immediately suggests sobbing and emotional distress. As the tempo moves on to animato, anguish and pain replaces halting with beautiful legato phrasing. The piano concludes the song with a bitter intense postlude.

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