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  • n. A yearning or longing.


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From German Sehnsucht.


  • And for the first time in my life I too feel the "Sehnsucht" -- the longing of the spring!


  • Mr. Blumenthal sat alone in the orchestra, and I summoned all my resolution, and then, frightened and ashamed and desperate, I sang the "Sehnsucht," following it with what Cadge calls a

    The Bacillus of Beauty A Romance of To-day

  • It was a German song, Schumann's "Sehnsucht," that she was singing; it was the first that had come to her mind at

    My Little Lady

  • The incurable "Sehnsucht" of humanity found not its only expression in that great Symphony where "all the mightier strings assembling, fell a trembling."

    In the Quarter

  • Rammstein's biggest album here, 1998's "Sehnsucht," has sold 1.2 million units to date, while its last album, 2009's "Liebe Ist Fuer Alle Da," debuted at No. 13 on the Billboard 200

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  • In a first announcement Tilo Wolff and Anne Nurmi say: "The musical and emotional content of the new Lacrimosa album will be centered in one word, which, in the diversity of the individual perception, always stays unequivocal in its basis and therefore represents the perfect title for this album:" Sehnsucht "(yearning)!"

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  • The new Lacrimosa album "Sehnsucht" will be released on Hall Of Sermon on the 8th of May 2009.

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  • Lacrimosa announces new album 'Sehnsucht' news on gothic - industrial music interviews reviews industrial music forum side-line blog shop about faq partnerprogram - earn cash streetteam contact

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  • Previously, the group's best rank came with its 1998 chart debut "Sehnsucht," which peaked at No. 45 on the strength of its only U.S. radio chart hit, "Du Hast." Top Stories

  • But when we get to these words — Doch nun ihrer Sehnsucht Licht

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