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  • "Liedertafel" (Society for vocal music) and as teacher, and then to the numerous pretty melodies intermixed with national airs, in which particularly the old "Dessauer march" is skilfully interwoven, then the wellknown student air "Was kommt dort von der Hoeh '", which of course gladdens the heart of every student old or young.

    The Standard Operaglass Detailed Plots of One Hundred and Fifty-one Celebrated Operas

  • The Liedertafel chose him as its first Liedermeister.

    Richard Wagner

  • For the Liedertafel he wrote the Love-feast of the Apostles, which was performed on July 6 of this year (1843) with, so far as one can judge, immense effect and success.

    Richard Wagner

  • Liedertafel”; they had sung in the chorus; and they were ashamed of him, for he conducted himself in a most unseemly fashion.

    Gänsemännchen. English

  • It is a clever imitation of the Wagnerian manner, except as regards the choruses, which scarcely rise above the standard of the Liedertafel; but neither at its production nor at an elaborate revival, which took place at Würzburg a few years ago, did it meet with more than a _succès d'estime_.

    The Opera A Sketch of the Development of Opera. With full Descriptions of all Works in the Modern Repertory.

  • For the Liedertafel he wrote the _Love-feast of the Apostles_, which was performed on July 6 of this year (1843) with, so far as one can judge, immense effect and success.

    Richard Wagner Composer of Operas

  • A number of German words have become current in general South Australian English (mettwurst, leberwurst or liverwurst, and the ubiquitous fritz, for example, all describing types of sausage), but spelling, especially in words containing - ie -, is often so uncertain that a correspondent in the local newspaper felt obliged to point out that a Wiener Schnitzel has nothing to do with wine and a Liedertafel need not be sorrowful.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 4

  • Schneider's "Weltgericht [Last Judgment] is to be given there by the united Liedertafel [Singing Societies] of Dessau, Magdeburg,

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