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Incidental music for The winter's tale arranged and orchestrated by Emile E. Mori, ca. 1908.

Author: Emile E Mori; Charles B Hanford; William Shakespeare
Edition/Format:   Manuscript Musical Score   Archival Material : No Linguistic Content
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A set of 12 manuscript orchestral parts and part-books which include curtain tunes, dances ("Scarf dance," "Tambourine dance"), a march ("King's march"), a pastoral, choruses and songs. Also, parts and piano-vocal scores (13-14) for: "I will sing in praise of thee," "When daffodils begin to peer." (15) is a piano part for "Tambourine dance for 4 girls." Additional songs with text underlay in the piano part: "'Neath  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts
Incidental music
Songs
Part books
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Musical Score, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Emile E Mori; Charles B Hanford; William Shakespeare
OCLC Number: 653136567
Notes: The date "Oct. 31 08" appears in the first violin part-book.
Description: 15 items of ms. music.

Abstract:

A set of 12 manuscript orchestral parts and part-books which include curtain tunes, dances ("Scarf dance," "Tambourine dance"), a march ("King's march"), a pastoral, choruses and songs. Also, parts and piano-vocal scores (13-14) for: "I will sing in praise of thee," "When daffodils begin to peer." (15) is a piano part for "Tambourine dance for 4 girls." Additional songs with text underlay in the piano part: "'Neath the silver silence," "Jog on the foot path way," "But shall I go mourn," "Lawn as white as driven snow," and "Will you buy any tape." A piece of music for Antony and Cleopatra (matching the music in Y.d.637 (1-10)) has been added to some part-books, often on loose leaves. Several part books include Emile Mori's address: Washington, D.C. 1722 Corcoran Str. N.W.

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