Mendelssohn: Song without Words in F sharp minor Op 67 No 2
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‘[Words] seem so ambiguous, so vague, so subject to misunderstanding when compared with true music, which fills the soul with a thousand better things than words,’ said Mendelssohn of his many songs without words. This piece comes from the sixth volume of the eight volumes of Songs without Words, and dates from 1843-45.