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A visit with Emily : songs for soprano, two baritones, and piano

Author: Tom Cipullo; Emily Dickinson; Thomas Wentworth Higginson
Publisher: [New York] : Oxford University Press, ©2003.
Series: Oxford vocal music.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : English
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for soprano, 2 baritones, and piano A powerful, evocative, and very beautiful cantata based on texts by Emily Dickinson.

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Genre/Form: Music
Musical settings
Songs and music
Named Person: Emily Dickinson; Emily Dickinson; Thomas Wentworth Higginson; Emily Dickinson; Thomas Wentworth Higginson
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Cipullo; Emily Dickinson; Thomas Wentworth Higginson
ISBN: 0193863448 9780193863446
OCLC Number: 52363801
Language Note: English words, also printed separately as text on p. [73]-78.
Notes: For soprano and two baritones, singly or in combination, and piano.
Cover title.
Texts selected from the poems and letters of Emily Dickinson, and letters of T.W. Higginson.
Biographical note on p. [2] of cover; composer's note precedes score.
Description: 1 score (78 p.) ; 31 cm.
Contents: 1. Cavatina (letter from T.W. Higginson to his wife, quoting Emily Dickinson) --
2. Arietta parlante (letter from Dickinson to T.W. Higginson, 7 June 1862) --
3. Aria (Fame is a fickle food) --
4. Moto perpetuo (Fame is the one that does not stay) --
5. Arietta (Fame is a bee) --
6. Quodlibet I --
7. Arioso (letter to T.W. Higginson, July 1862) --
8. Aria di campane (letter to T.W. Higginson, 16 August 1870) --
9. Recitative (letter from Higginson to his wife, describing his first visit to E.D.) --
10. Catch (Higginson's letter continued, quoting Dickinson) --
11. Chaconne (Your thoughts don't have words every day) --
12. Coranto (Forbidden fruit a flavor has) --
13. Passacaglia (Higginson's letter to his wife, continued) --
14. Trio (If you were coming in the fall) --
15. Cantilena I (letter to T.W. Higginson, early June 1878) --
16. Cantilena II (As imperceptibly as grief) --
17. Aria (Wonder--
is not precisely knowing) --
18. Aria (Whether they have forgotten) --
19. Quodlibet II --
20. Hymn (We never know how high we are) --
21. Epilogue (Nature--
the gentlest mother is).
Series Title: Oxford vocal music.
Responsibility: Tom Cipullo ; based on the writings of Emily Dickinson and T.W. Higginson.
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