One of the most prolific and respected of American art song composers, Ned Rorem is finally represented in a substantial, representative collection, which includes many newly published transpositions, and
Edited by Scott Crowne. For voice & piano. Includes preface and editorial notes. Score, 27 p.
Art songs from the 19th into the early 20th century, including music by such prominent Italian composers as Bellini, Donaudy, Donizetti, Leoncavallo, Mascagni, Puccini, Rossini, Tosti, and Verdi, among
A metaphysical paradox for medium voice, timpani & strings. The works sets words by French poet and philosopher Jean Bies, and from Islamic and Hindu sources. Commissioned for the Chamber Orchestra of
John Tavener's 1984 work A Mini Song-Cycle for Gina was written for Gina Cowen, who gave the first performance along with Judith Ginsburg at St John's Church, Ladbroke Grove, London, on April 3, 1986. Text
Natural History is a work by Judith Weir for Soprano and Orchestra. The work sets four brief texts taken from Chuang Tzu, a classical collection of Taoist writings from the 4th, 3rd and 2nd centuries BCE.
These collections feature 60 beloved art songs appropriate for concerts, contests and auditions. Includes all Shakespeare Song settings (Op. 6, Op. 23, Op. 30), the complete Arnold Book of Old
Richard Nickson wrote the texts for these three songs by Larry Allan Smith for tenor or soprano soloist and piano. These modern pieces resemble the songs of Benjamin Britten in their use of the voice,
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