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Editor: Robert Urmann (submitted 2010-07-28).   Score information: Executive, 3 pages, 142 kB   Copyright: CPDL
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General Information

Title: John Anderson, Op. 67, No. 5
Work: Romanzen und Balladen, Op. 67 [Romances and Ballads]
Composer: Robert Schumann
Lyricist: Robert Burns trans. Wilhelm Gerhard

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularPartsong

Language: German
Instruments: a cappella
Published:
Robert Schumann’s Werke. Herausgegeben von Clara Schumann. [Robert Schumann’s works. Ed. Clara Schumann.]
Bd. XII, No. 114 (Heft I). Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1887

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1. John Anderson, mein Lieb!
Wir haben uns geseh’n,
wie rabenschwarz dein Haar,
die Stirne glatt und schön!
Nun Glätte nicht, noch Locke
der schönen Stirne blieb;
doch segne Gott dein schneeig Haupt,
John Anderson, mein Lieb!

2. John Anderson, mein Lieb!
Wir klommen froh bergauf,
und manchen heitern Tag
begrüßten wir im Lauf.
Nun abwärts Hand in Hand,
froh wie’s bergauf uns trieb,
und unten sel’ges Schlafengeh’n,
John Anderson, mein Lieb!