Fifty Songs: For High Voice

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O. Ditson Company, 1903 - Songs (High voice) with piano - 138 pages
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Page xvii - Few singers," says Mr. Apthorp in the introduction to his collection of songs, " can forego that dramatic strenuousness of emphasis with which they have reaped such rich harvests in other fields, and express feeling as simply as Franz has done in his melodies...
Page xvii - Klaviersatz), and the essentially polyphonic structure of his accompaniments, present tasks to which the ordinary professional accompanist is hardly grown; they require a finished pianist and musician.
Page xvii - And the old-fashioned style of acXVII companying, which aimed merely at supporting the voice and "following" the singer through all sorts of rhythmic vagaries, works utter ruin with Franz, though Schubert may at times en dure it well enough.
Page 129 - IN THE DREAMY WOOD I WANDER (WANDL' ICH IN DEM WALD DES ABENDS...
Page v - Aus meinen grossen Schmerzen. Op. 5, No. I Bitte. Op. 9, No. 3 Blauen Friihlingsaugen, Die.
Page xviii - Franz's habitual method of composing, which, like Beethoven's, consisted mainly of a snowball-like accumulation of corrections on an original sketch; it is, moreover, interesting from its rarity, comparatively few of the composer's earlier sketches having been preserved.
Page 44 - ... Ⅰ LASSIE WITH THE LIPS SO ROSY (MADCHEN MIT DEM ROTHEN MUNDCHEN...
Page 127 - THE SEA IS SHINING IN THE SUN (DAS MEER ERSTRAHLT IM SONNENSCHEIN...

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