This outstanding set of songs by Barber, Bowles, Chanler, Schuman and others, with a compact disc recording of piano accompaniments, is certain to be a standard in the vocal repertoire.
This is a wonderful compilation of art songs for student singers. Included are songs by Barber, Beach, Duke, Hoiby, Ives, Niles, Schuman and more.
For years this G. Schirmer edition has been the standard-bearer of all vocal anthologies. Now available with piano accompaniment on CD.
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This is a collection of selected art songs by prominent American composers in the G. Schirmer and AMP catalogs, including songs by Samuel Barber, John Duke, Lee Hoiby, Charles Ives, John Jacob Niles,
Contents: Carpenter: The sleep that flits on baby's eyes - Loeffler: Les Paons (The Peacocks), Adieu pour jamais (Adieu then for aye) - Griffes: Auf geheimem Waldespfade (By a lonely forest pathway) -
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
Fifty-six of your favorite songs in both original languages and English. This is a superior collection for teachers and students selecting songs for study or contest. One of G. Schirmer's all-time
This anthology of 50 songs by 15 composers is a compilation of art songs in Spanish with English translations. The selections include complete song cycles by De Falla, Granados and Obradors. Each song has a
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