Genre not found
Artist not found
Album not found
Song not found

Innsbruck ich muss dich lassen
Heinrich Isaac Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Innsbruck ich muss dich lassen' by these artists:

Henricus Isaac Insbruck, ich muß dich laßen ich far dohin mein straßen, in …

The lyrics can frequently be found in the comments below, by filtering for lyric videos or browsing the comments in the different videos below.
Comments from YouTube:

monscarmeli

A beautiful piece, very well done; but, the score provided includes a few errors/simplifications from what is sung, especially the final phrase.

Alasdair Campbell

I know it's a bit late, but @John Passaro and @Iggy Antiochus the second sung verse is also a setting by Heinrich Isaac, originally for four voices, at the pitches performed in this video.

pierrick vivien

c'est un choix magnifique!

Lenita Espindola

Simplesmente Divinal!

Iggy Antiochus

Thanks for the original words and literal translation. The first verse, first instrumental arrangement and the third sung verse are original to Isaac. I'm not sure who composed the 2nd sung verse or second instrumental arrangement. If you decide to edit the video portion, there should be plenty of public domain images of the original setting. The one pictured in the video is not the same. Choralwiki should have several PDF's of it.

Tamsin Jones

This is perhaps my favourite melody. I've never yet visited Innsbruck itself, but I can well relate to the bittersweet lyrics. I've written a number of compositions in which the melody is quoted, either directly or in disguised form. And this performance, bringing together different Isaac arrangements of his melody, is very effective and moving. Thanks!

sipke bergsma

So beautiful and for 5 hundred years ago !where in this world now! we can find this lost treasure of our hearts

Bernd Mensing

sipke bergsma
you know Arvo Paert? There you can find also such "treasures oft the heart" in todays music.

Alvar2001

Una hermosura de música.

MrYobaker

very lovely...is it true Bach said he would give up all his writings only to have composed this melody himself?

More Comments

More Videos