Joseph Haydn, ‘Lob der Faulheit’

Second edition of ‘Lob der Faulheit’
Second editon of ‘Lob der Faulheit’
An attempt at a singable translation of the ‘Lob der Faulheit’, imitating the phrasing of Lessing’s poem.
Embodied “Faulheit” — Pieter Brueghel: Luilekkerland (1567)

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