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The Developing Classical Singer

Songs by British and American Composers - Soprano
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The selection of songs has been carefully considered to represent a variety of composers from primarily the twentieth century. Songs were chosen that are appropriate challenges to the advancing teenage singer, or for the university student. DOMINICK ARGENTO: Dirge DOMINICK ARGENTO: Spring LEONARD BERNSTEIN: I hate music! LEONARD BERNSTEIN: Jupiter has seven moons FRANK BRIDGE: Love went a-riding BENJAMIN BRITTEN: Come you not from Newcastle? BENJAMIN BRITTEN: Early one morning BENJAMIN BRITTEN: O Waly, Waly AARON COPLAND: The Little Horses AARON COPLAND: Simple Gifts AARON COPLAND: Why do they shut me out of Heaven? JOHN DUKE: Central Park at Dusk GERALD FINZI: Oh fair to see RICHARD HUNDLEY: When children are playing on the green JOHN IRELAND: Spring Sorrow C. HUBERT H. PARRY: A Spring Song HENRY PURCELL (realizations by Benjamin Britten): I attempt from love's sickness HENRY PURCELL (realizations by Benjamin Britten): If music be the food of love (1st version) ROGER QUILTER: Dream Valley ROGER QUILTER: Love's Philosophy ROGER QUILTER: Weep you no more NED ROREM: Little Elegy NED ROREM: Love CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD: A Lullaby RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Bright is the ring of words RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Linden Lea RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: The sky above the roof

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Catalog Number 48024016 / M051934584
Publisher Boosey & Hawkes
ISBN 1495094138
UPC 888680672072
Format Soprano
Series Boosey & Hawkes Voice
Size 12.00x9.00
Weight 10.5 oz