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The singing road, an active repertory for artists and students : twenty-one selected classical and modern songs : supplemented with eleven Vaccaj exercises and interpretative suggestions for class and private instruction

Author: Arthur E WardNicola VaccaiMathilde MarchesiStephen Collins FosterHalfdan KjerulfAll authors
Publisher: New York : C. Fisher [1939-1950]
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English : Medium highView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Studies and exercises
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur E Ward; Nicola Vaccai; Mathilde Marchesi; Stephen Collins Foster; Halfdan Kjerulf; Amy Elsie Horrocks; Bernhard Flies; Robert Franz; H de Fontenailles; Johannes Brahms; Karl Götze; Thomas Richardson; Robert Schumann; Franz Schubert; Oscar J Fox; Anton Rubinstein; George Frideric Handel; Giuseppe Giordani; Johann Sebastian Bach; Bainbridge Crist; Charles E Horn; F Paolo Tosti; Robert Johnson; Michael Arne; Joseph Haydn; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Ludwig van Beethoven; Eduard Lassen; Edvard Grieg; Jules Massenet
Language Note: English words; most of the French, Italian and German songs have also original words.
OCLC Number: 6554339
Notes: On cover: Medium-high.
For medium-high voice and piano.
Includes notes on each song in English.
Includes excerpts from Nicola Vaccai's Practical method of the Italian style of singing and from Marchesi, plus interpretative suggestions for each song.
Description: 1 score (3 volumes) ; 31 cm
Contents: v. 1. Drink to me only with thine eyes / arr. Ward --
The diatonic scale / Vaccai --
Beautiful dreamer / Foster --
Last night / Kjerulf --
Intervals of a third / Vaccai --
The bird and the rose / Horrocks --
Intervals of a fourth / Vaccai --
Lullaby / Mozart --
Dedication = Widmung / Franz --
A resolve = Obstination / de Fontenailles --
Lullaby = Wiegenlied / Brahms --
Intervals of a fifth / Vaccai --
O, happy day! = O schöne Zeit / Goetze --
Syncopation / Vaccai --
Mary : ballad / Richardson --
Loch Lomond / harmonized by Crist --
Short runs / Vaccai --
Folk song = Volksliedchen / Schumann --
The appoggiatura / Vaccai --
Morning greeting = Morgengruss / Schubert --
I'll never ask you to tell / Fox --
Intervals of a sixth / Vaccai --
Thou'rt like unto a flower = Du bist wie eine Blume / Rubinstein --
Semele. Where'er you walk / Handel --
Dearest and best = Caro mio ben / Giordani --
If thou thy heart wilt give me / J.S. Bach --
Intervals of a seventh / Vaccai --
Blue bird / Crist --
The octave / Vaccai --
Cherry ripe / Horn --
The acciaccatura / Vaccai --
To music = An die Musik / Schubert. v. 2. Serenade = La serenata / Tosti --
Legato melody / Marchesi --
Could I = Vorrei / Tosti --
Have you seen but the whyte lillie grow / Anon. [that is, Robert Johnson] --
The diatonic scale / Marchesi --
The lass with the delicate air / Arne --
Connected skips (portamento) / Marchesi --
Come sweet repose / Bach --
Nina = Tre giorni son che Nina / Pergolesi --
The turn / Vaccai --
Semele. O sleep why dost thou leave me / Handel --
My mother bids me bind my hair / Haydn --
The violet [= Das Veilchen] / Mozart. v. 3. My heart is a silent violin / Fox --
The triplet turn / Marchesi --
The purple orchid / Ward --
Serenade [= Ständchen] / Schubert --
I love thee [= Ich liebe dich] / Beethoven --
The chromatic scale / Marchesi --
Sapphic ode = Sapphische Ode / Brahms --
The detached scale / Marchesi --
When gazing in thine eyes so dear = Wenn ich in deine Augen seh' / Schumann --
The borrowed and independent grace note (the appoggiatura and the acciaccatura) / Marchesi --
Thine eyes so blue / Lassen --
I love thee / Grieg --
Open thy blue eyes = Ouvre tes yeux bleus / Massenet.
Other Titles: Drink to me only with thine eyes.
Loch Lomond (Song)
Tre giorni son che Nina.
Responsibility: compiled and edited by Arthur E. Ward.
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