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  • I met a guy who was playing the (very out of tune) piano in the Yellowstone Lodge and making his way through the Well-Tempered Klavier -- I know how do you get that gig?

    O wie mich sehnet auszuruhn

  • Nevertheless she wrote some of her best love poems, contained in her last book, Mein blaues Klavier (My Blue Piano), published in Jerusalem in 1943, and an extraordinary play IchundIch (IandI, 1940/4).

    Else Lasker-Sch��ler.

  • Ralph Kirkpatrick's 1959 recording of Bach's Das wohltempierte Klavier, Teil 1, was done on the clavichord - to great effect.

    The Secret Mozart

  • Ralph Kirkpatrick's 1959 recording of Bach's Das wohltempierte Klavier, Teil 1, was done on the clavichord - to great effect.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • _Das wohltemperirte Klavier_ for clavichord: two books each containing

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 1 "Austria, Lower" to "Bacon"

  • Klavier-Uebung, or Clavier Practice, in four parts.

    Story-Lives of Great Musicians

  • In the cantatas the meaning of the words serves as an indication and through the analogy between the forms of expression, it is easy to see pretty clearly what the author intended in his Klavier pieces.

    Musical Memories

  • Of all his collections of Lieder, the 53 Gedichte von Eduard Moerike, komponiert fuer eine Singstimme und Klavier (1888), the first published, is the most popular.

    Musicians of To-Day

  • Of all his collections of _Lieder_, the 53 _Gedichte von Eduard Mörike, komponiert für eine Singstimme und Klavier_ (1888), the first published, is the most popular.

    Musicians of To-Day

  • Klavier '-- all to no purpose, for I can't play a note of it now, and shouldn't care to if I could.

    A Romance of Two Worlds

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