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Let Nothing Ever Grieve Thee Op. 30


By Johannes Brahms

SATB choir, organ
1856. Composed by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Choral Works (inc. Oratorios). Choral. Vocal score. Composed 1856. Edition Peters #EP6093. Published by Edition Peters (PE.EP6093).

Item Number: PE.EP6093

ISBN 9790300707907. English, German.

Words by Paul Flemming (1609-1640). English translation by Walter E. Buszin

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  • 5

    Judy Armstrong
    Boston, Massachusetts
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  • December 19, 2008 Beautiful, touching arrangement.

    All-State Chorus, South Dakota, 1965. This is an amazing arrangement. It brings out the best in Choral talent. "My soul be still. Console thee. Amen. Amen. Amen. Amen.

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  • February 09, 2007 Beautiful and moving...

    This song, which is similar in tone to the music from the German Requiem, is one of the most moving songs I've ever sung or heard. It is somewhat restrained up until the final seven-fold Amen, when the music just FLOATS. The music may appear deceptively simple, but...

    it takes a bit of breath control, and a good choir to balance everything and really do it justice. There is more than one translation of this song, which was originally in German. This version is a nice English translation along with the German. I have to admit I AM a bit of a fan of Brahms, but singing this in Sight-reading chorus in high school was one of the reasons I became a huge fan.

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