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Abendlied, Op. 69, No. 3 (Josef Rheinberger)
Abendlied Evening song , Op. It has been regarded as his best-known sacred composition. The text is a verse from the biblical narration of the Road to Emmaus appearance according to Luke in Martin Luther 's German version of the bible:. Rheinberger wrote a first version on 9 March , one month before Easter and two weeks before his 16th birthday. At age 24, he revised the motet, for example eliminating repetition of notes and changing the marking. He published it in by N. Simrock in Berlin as No.
3 Geistliche Gesänge, Op.69 (Rheinberger, Josef Gabriel)
Rheinberger J - Abendlied