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Seven centuries of solo-song : [13th to 20th centuries] : an educational song collection for professional singers, amateur singers, students of singing, singing-teachers, high school voice training classes, music history, and music appreciation classes

Author: James Woodside
Publisher: Boston : Boston Music Co., [between 1957 and 1979] Pub. no. 13900-13901.
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Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: James Woodside
OCLC Number: 6690427
Notes: First ed. issued in 6 vol., 1942-1943.
For high voice; with piano accomp.
Songs in languages other than English are accompanied by translations; a brief historical sketch precedes each song.
Description: 2 volumes ; 31 cm
Contents: Vol. 1. With amorous heart I sing this refrain (D'amourous cuer voel canter) / de la Halle --
The gallant (C'est force, faire le weil) / de Machault --
O beautiful month of May (Im Mai) / von Wolkenstein --
Ah! Could I but conquer love (Al amor querro vencer) / Milan --
Immortal eyes (Ocche immortale) / Caccini --
It was a lover and his lasse / Morley --
Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow? / Anonymous --
Awake, sweet love / Dowland --
Never weather-beaten sail / Campion --
Bless'd is he (O wie gross ist doch der Mann) / Albert. Vol. 2. O death pray come and save me! (Lasciatemi morire) / Monteverde --
So sweet is the torment (Si dolce e'l tormento) / Monteverde --
The nightingale / Lawes --
Gloomy woods (Bois epais) / Lully --
Fortune (La fortuna e un pronto ardir) / Scarlatti --
The knotting song / Purcell --
The musette / Rameau --
Come and trip it / Handel --
Blow, blow thou winter wind / Arne --
Thou art, my dear beloved (O del mio dolce ardor) / Gluck.
Responsibility: compiled, arranged, translated, and edited by James Woodside.

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