Mörike-Lieder (Songs of Mörike). 53 songs by Hugo Wolf for solo v. and pf. to poems by the Ger. poet Eduard Friedrich Mörike (1804–75), comp. 1888, incl. Elfenlied, Gesang Weylas, Der Feuerreiter, and An die Geliebte. 11 of them were later orchestrated.
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