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  • Jackie Arias from the Opera JFK

    for Mezzo-Soprano and Piano

    14.99

    Series: Boosey & Hawkes Voice
    Composer: David T. Little

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  • Songs of Travel

    Voice and Orchestra

    Study Score

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    Study Score

    Series: Boosey & Hawkes Scores/ Books
    Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams

    Add to Wish List Add to Cart First publication of the orchestral cycle Songs of Travel, setting poems of Robert Louis Stevenson. Three of the nine orchestrations are by the composer, dating from 1905; the remainder were scored by his assistant Roy Douglas in 1960, two years after the composer's death. Among the latter was the hitherto lost epilogue “I have trod the upward and the downward path”. In his memoir Working with Vaughan Williams Douglas wondered: “Should I score them in my own style (the answer was clearly no), in the style of the orchestrations he had made in 1905, or in the way...(more)
  • In Years Defaced

    Six Songs Arranged for Voice and Orchestra

    Full Score

    64
    Full Score

    Series: Boosey & Hawkes Scores/ Books
    Composer: Gerald Finzi

    Add to Wish List Add to Cart A cycle of six of Finzi's songs arranged for voice and chamber orchestra to mark the composerís centenary in 2001. One of them, WhenI set out for Lyonnesse, was a hitherto unpublished orchestration of Finziís own; the others, selected from various cycles for voice& piano, were orchestrated for the occasion by Colin Matthews, Jeremy Dale Roberts, Christian Alexander, Judith Weir and Anthony Payne.

    Vocal score on sale (48012153); performance materials available on hire from Boosey & Hawkes.
  • Es Wird Ein Grosser Stern

    Vier Lieder nach Gedichten von Else Lasker-Schüler

    Mezzo Soprano

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    Mezzo-Soprano

    Series: Boosey & Hawkes Voice
    Composer: Lothar Voigtlaender

    Add to Wish List Add to Cart Using four well-known poems by Else Lasker-Schüler as basis of a vocal work does not mean “setting to music” in the customary sense to the composer Lothar Voigtländer from Dresden: The colourful figure of the poetess, her unusual imageries, her (even religious) visions, as well as her close relation with renowned fine artists of her time had been on his mind for quite some time and in 2009 found their way into this composition: The dramatic, irregularly declaiming singing voice is harmonised with mystic, exotic piano farlands and the sounds of bells. At the composition...(more)

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