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Songs by John Duke

Author: John Duke; Carole Bogard
Publisher: Cambridge [1979]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Musical settings
Named Person: Sara Teasdale; Robert Frost; Emily Dickinson; E E Cummings; E E Cummings; Emily Dickinson; Robert Frost; Sara Teasdale
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Duke; Carole Bogard
OCLC Number: 6012834
Notes: Editions recorded, durations, and program notes on container.
Performer(s): Carole Bogard, soprano; accompanied by the composer.
Contents: Five songs (S. Teasdale, from From the sea): All beauty calls you to me. Listen, I love you. I am so weak a thing. All things in all the world. O, my love.--Stopping by woods on a snowy evening (R. Frost).--Six poems by Emily Dickinson: Good morning, midnight. Heart, we will forget him. Let down the bars, oh Death. An awful tempest mashed the air. Nobody knows this little rose. Bee, I'm expecting you.--Four poems by Emily Dickinson: New feet within my garden go. The rose did caper on her cheek. Have you got a brook in your little heart. I taste a liquor never brewed.--Four Chinese love lyrics: Waiting. Tucked up skirts. Incense and moonlight. The fifth watch of the night.--Four poems by e.e. cummings: Just-spring. i carry your heart. hist...whist. The mountains are dancing.
Other Titles: Songs.

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