Italienisches Liederbuch (Italian Songbook). 46 songs for v. and pf. by Wolf, all being settings of poems trans. from the It. by Paul von Heyse (1830–1914) and pubd. in 1860 under title Italienisches Liederbuch. Wolf's songs were comp. in 2 parts, Book I of 22 songs 1890–1, Book 2 of 24 songs in 1896. Some were later orch. by Wolf, others by Reger.
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