Do You Love for Beauty?

Do You Love for Beauty?
Liebst du um Schönheit)
for SATB Chorus and Piano

Music by
Gustav Mahler
(1860–1911)

Arranged and Translated by
Stanley M. Hoffman
(b. 1959)

Words by
Friedrich Rückert
(1788–1866)

Performed by
The Singers
Conducted by
Matthew Culloton
Recording Engineer
David Trembley
Soundmaster Productions

Sheet Music
Music and Words: Public Domain.
Arrangement and English Singing Translation:
© Copyright 2019 by Ione Press, Inc, a division of ECS Publishing Group.
www.ecspublishing.com All rights reserved

Artwork and Photographs
Photograph of Gustav Mahler (1907): Public Domain
Photograph of Stanley M. Hoffman by Naomi F. Hoffman: Freely Shareable
Artwork of Friedrich Rückert: Public Domain
Photograph “Person Blonde Girl” Courtesy of www.pixabay.com: No Usage Restrictions
Artwork: “The Spring” by Franz Xaver Winterhalter: Public Domain
Artwork by John William Waterhouse, “A Mermaid” (1900): Public Domain
Photograph of Alma Mahler (ca. 1902): Public Domain

Choral Conductors:
to purchase copies of this score,
the distributor is Canticle Distributing.
www.canticledistributing.com
Catalog No. 8739

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