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Published on Mar 17, 2011
Private live recording, March 11, 2006 Theatermuseum Düsseldorf: Heine-Lieder with Susan Owen-Leinert & Dirk Wedmann. Heinrich Heine: From "Buch der Lieder". Lyrisches Intermezzo, VI. Created between 1822 / 23. Published 1827 with Hoffmann & Campe, Hamburg (p.115).
Lehn deine Wang' an meine Wang', Dann fließen die Thränen zusammen; Und an mein Herz drück fest dein Herz, Dann schlagen zusammen die Flammen!
Und wenn in die große Flamme fließt Der Strom von unsern Thränen, Und wenn dich mein Arm gewaltig umschließt - Sterb' ich vor Liebessehnen!
[Jensen: mein Arm dich]
Adolf Jensen ( 1837 Königsberg -- 1879 Baden-Baden) was a German pianist, composer, conductor and music teacher. Op.1 No.1 was composed in 1856 when he was 19 years old. 1858 - 1860: Jensen studied with the famous Danish composer Niels Wilhelm Gade in Copenhagen. Later he became a Professor for piano in Berlin.As a pianist Jensen was promoted by Franz Liszt. Johannes Brahms, Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz and Hans von Bülow were outspokenly enthusiastic about his compositions. He was Kapellmeister at the theaters of Posen, Bromberg and Copenhagen. Jensen was sometimes compared to Robert Schumann for the extremely poetic musical feeling in his Lieder. Jensen composed more than 170 Lieder. At his time he was very famous because of his works for piano ("Romantische Salonstücke").