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Margarete Münsterberg, ed., trans.  A Harvest of German Verse.  1916.
  
Index of Authors

Anonymous.  
 12th Century.  
I Am Thine
Spervogel.  
 1150–1200.  
There Is a House in Heaven
Walter von der Vogelweide.  
 1170–1228.  
Blessed Be the Hour
Longing for Spring
The Oracle
From “A Dream of Love
Under the Linden-tree
Give Me Welcome All with Cheer
Der von Kürenberg.  
 c. 1175.  
The Falcon
Martin Luther.  
 1483–1546.  
From Heaven High
Song of Praise
Nikolaus Decius.  
 1485–1541.  
Lamb of God
Anonymous.  
 16th Century.  
A Lovely Rose Is Sprung
Folk Song.  
 16th Century.  
I Heard a Sickle Rustling
Popular Ballad.  
 16th Century.  
Would I Were a Falcon Wild
Folk Song.  
 16th Century.  
Innsbruck, I Must Be Leaving
As Many as Sand-grains in the Sea
Martin Rinckart.  
 1586–1649.  
Now Let Us All Thank God
Paulus Gerhardt.  
 1607–1676.  
To the Face of the Lord Jesus
Go Out, My Heart
Catholic Church Song.  
 1638.  
Harvest Song
Andreas Gryphius.  
 1616–1664.  
Sonnet On the Transitoriness of Life
Angelus Silesius (Pseud. for Johannes Scheffler).  
 1624–1677.  
Vow
Joachim Neander.  
 1650–1680.  
Praise the Lord God
Christian Fürchtegott Gellert.  
 1715–1760.  
The Blind and the Lame
Friedrich Gottlob Klopstock.  
 1724–1803.  
The Early Graves
Matthias Claudius.  
 1740–1815.  
Evening Song
Folk Song.  
 18th Century.  
Were I a Little Bird
Humorous Ballad.  
 End of 18th Century.  
The Tailor in Hell
Alsatian Soldier Song.  
 1784–90.  
The Swiss
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.  
 1749–1832.  
To the Moon
Wanderer’s Night Songs I & II
Dear Children, Soon I’ll Come Again!
Mignon
Song of the Harper
The Harper
King in Thule
Gretchen’s Song
Gretchen
Found
Wild Rose
The Fisher
The Alderking
The Singer
The Wizard’s Apprentice
Friedrich von Schiller.  
 1759–1805.  
The Song of the Bell
Ernst Moritz Arndt.  
 1769–1860.  
Union Song
Novalis (Pseud. for Friedrich von Hardenberg).  
 1772–1801.  
Ah, When He Is Mine
Adalbert von Chamisso.  
 1781–1803.  
From “Woman’s Love and Life” I & II
Max von Schenkendorf.  
 1783–1817.  
Freedom
Ludwig Uhland.  
 1787–1862.  
The Hostess’ Daughter
The Good Comrade
The Nun
The Minstrel’s Curse
King Charles’ Voyage
Suabian Legend
Free Art
Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff.  
 1788–1857.  
The Broken Ring
The Last Greeting
On the Death of My Child
Longing
Friedrich Rückert.  
 1789–1866.  
Ecstasy
Chidher
Wilhelm Hey.  
 1790–1854.  
Say, How Many Stars Are Glowing
Theodor Körner.  
 1791–1813.  
Father, I Call Thee!
Wilhelm Müller.  
 1794–1827.  
Vineta
August Graf von Platen.  
 1796–1835.  
Sonnet
Annette Freün von Droste-Hülshoff.  
 1797–1848.  
Last Words
Heinrich Hoffman von Fallersleben.  
 1798–1874.  
German Land Above All Others
Luise Hensel.  
 17988–1876.  
Child’s Prayer
Heinrich Heine.  
 1799–1856.  
Thou Seemest Like a Flower
I Dreamed a Princess Came to Me
The Lotos Flower
Fir-tree
I Bear No Anger
The Rock with Runes
On Wings of Song
The Loreley
Two Grenadiers
Wilhelm Hauff.  
 1802–1827.  
Morning Glow
Nikolaus Lenau (Pseud. for Nikolaus Niembsch Edler von Strehlenau).  
 1802–1850.  
Marsh Song
The Postillion
Johann Nepomuk Vogl.  
 1802–1866.  
The Recognition
Eduard Mörike.  
 1804–1875.  
The Forsaken Maiden
Ernst Freiherr von Feuchtersleben.  
 1806–1849.  
It Has Been Willed in God’s Decree
Ferdinand Freiligrath.  
 1810–1876.  
The Duration of Love
Emanuel Geibel.  
 1815–1884.  
Wanderer’s Joy
Evening
Theodor Storm.  
 1817–1888.  
The City
The Heath
In the Wood (From “Immensee”)
Elisabeth’s Song (From “Immensee”)
To a Deceased
Friedrich von Bodenstedt.  
 1819–1892.  
The Rose Complained (From the “Songs of Mirza Schaffy”)
Theodor Fontane.  
 1819–1898.  
Sir Ribbeck of Ribbeck
The Bridge by the Tay
Gottfried Keller.  
 1819–1890.  
Song of the Evening
Winter Night
Summer Night
Konrad Ferdinand Meyer.  
 1825–1898.  
But the Sun Is Ever Youthful
Do Thou Speak Now
Christmas in Ajaccio
The Dead Child
Schiller’s Burial
Joseph Victor von Scheffel.  
 1826–1886.  
Old Heidelberg
Heinrich Leuthold.  
 1827–1879.  
The Forest Lake
Ferdinand von Saar.  
 1833–1906.  
Girls Singing
Wilhelm Jensen.  
 1837–1911.  
Letters from the Beloved
Joseph Victor Widmann.  
 1842–1911.  
Prologue to “May-Beetle’s Comedy
Song of the Blue Thrush
Detlev von Liliencron.  
 1844–1909.  
Parting and Return I & II
War and Peace
Carl Spitteler.  
 1845–1924.  
The Bell
Prince Emil von Schönaich-Carolath.  
 1852–1908.  
Oh, Germany!
Gustav Falke.  
 1853–1916.  
A Day Spent
When I Die
Isolde Kurz.  
 1853–1944.  
Nekropolis
Ludwig Fulda.  
 1862–1939.  
In the Express Train
Arno Holz.  
 1863–1929.  
Like One of These Was He
Hugo Terberg (Pseud. for Hugo Münsterberg).  
 1863–1916.  
On the Death of a Child
Richard Dehmel.  
 1863–1920.  
Voice in Darkness
Through the Night
From an Oppressed Heart
Many a Night
Wave Dance Song
The Workman
Song for All, 1914
Ricarda Huch.  
 1864–1947.  
Midnight
Otto Julius Bierbaum.  
 1865–1910.  
Enough
Stefan George.  
 1868–1933.  
The Vigil
The Shepherd’s Day
Lulu von Strauss und Torney.  
 1873–1956.  
The Seafarer
Börries Freiherr von Münchhausen.  
 1874–1945.  
Ballad of the Wall
Mine Own Land
Fairy Tale
Hugo von Hofmannsthal.  
 1874–1929.  
Ballad of the Outer Life
Rainer Maria Rilke.  
 1875–1926.  
Remembrance
People at Night
Glimpse of a Childhood
Growing Blind
Moonlight Night
The Knight
Maiden Melancholy
Autumn Day
Autumn
The Last Supper
From the “Book of the Monk’s Life” I & II
Hermann Hesse.  
 1877–1962.  
In the Fog
Talk in a Gondola
Alfred Walter von Heymel.  
 1878–1914.  
Song of an Enamoured Prince
Agnes Miegel.  
 1879–1964.  
The Fair Agnete
Hugo Zuckermann.  
 1881–1914.  
Austrian Cavalry Song, 1914
Reinhold S., a Schoolboy.  
 1903– .  
For Us! 1915

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