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Les heures claires: 1910 (Music by Nadia Boulanger and  Raoul Pugno), pp. (1)-45
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::I. Le ciel en nuit s'est déplié [Stefan Zweig translation: "Der nächtige Himmel hat sich entfaltet...". Printed in [[Verhaeren, Emile / Ausgewählte Gedichte]] [Berlin, 1904], pp. 47-48. Here entitled "Die hellen Stunden"]
Elégie: 1909
Elégie: 1909
Was will die einsame Thräne: 1910
Was will die einsame Thräne: 1910

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[1985]: Da Capo Press, New York

Songs [Printed music edition with music for the piano by Nadia Boulanger]. Selections by Nadia Boulanger. Introduction by Marjory Irvin. (10)/86p. Illustrated. Languages: English, German, and French [Women composers series, 16]. "Les Heures claires" - songs based on eight poems of Emile Verhaeren. Stefan Zweig, translated the first poem: "Le ciel en nuit s'est déplié..." [Der nächtige Himmel hat sich entfaltet..."], pp. 3-6. The other seven poems are: II. "Avec mes sens, avec mon coeur...", pp. 7-13; III. Vous m'avez dit...", pp. 15-18; IV. "Que res jeux claims, res jeux d'éyé...", pp. 19-21Unabridged republication of various editions published in Paris: Éditions J. Hamelle, 1909-1922

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Les heures claires (1910) [Songs based on eight poems of Emile Verhaeren. Music by Nadia Boulanger and Raoul Pugno], pp. (1)-45
I. Le ciel en nuit s'est déplié [Stefan Zweig translation: "Der nächtige Himmel hat sich entfaltet...". Printed in Verhaeren, Emile / Ausgewählte Gedichte [Berlin, 1904], pp. 47-48. Here entitled "Die hellen Stunden"]

Elégie: 1909 Was will die einsame Thräne: 1910 Cantique: 1910 Soir d'hiver: 1916 J'ai frappé: 1922 Chanson: 1922 Le Couteau: 1922 Doute: 1922 Au bord de la route: 1922 L'Echange: 1922 </lst>

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