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The Resource 65 songs, Samuel Barber ; edited by Richard Walters

65 songs, Samuel Barber ; edited by Richard Walters

Label
65 songs
Title
65 songs
Statement of responsibility
Samuel Barber ; edited by Richard Walters
Title variation
Sixty-five songs
Creator
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Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Accompanying matter
  • biography of composer or author
  • technical information on music
  • historical information
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1910-1981
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Barber, Samuel
Form of composition
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Format of music
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English or French words; French words also printed separately with English translations
Literary text for sound recordings
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  • Walters, Richard
  • Wittke, Paul
  • Barber, Samuel
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  • Songs (Medium voice) with piano
  • Songs (Low voice) with piano
  • Song cycles
Label
65 songs, Samuel Barber ; edited by Richard Walters
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • For medium to low voice
  • All music by Samuel Barber
  • Editorial notes, biographical essay on the composer by Paul Wittke and notes about the songs in English, p. 8-48
  • Distributor's no: HL50490045
Contents
  • Songs published during the composer's lifetime. Three songs, op. 2. The daisies / James Stephens ; With rue my heart is laden / A. E. Housman ; Bessie bobtail / James stephens -- Three songs, op. 10. Rain has fallen / James Joyce ; Sleep now / James Joyce ; I hear an army / James Joyce -- Four songs, op. 13. A nun takes the veil / Gerard Manley Hopkins ; The secrets of the old / William Butler Yeats ; Sure on this shining night / James Agee ; Nocturne
  • Frederic Prokosch -- Two songs, op. 18. The queen's face on the summery coin / Robert Horan ; Monks and raisins / José Garcia Villa -- Nuvoletta, op. 25 / James Joyce -- Mélodies passagères, op. 27. Puisque tout passe ; Un cygne ; Tombeau dans un parc ; Le clocher chante ; Départ / Rainer Maria Rilke -- Hermit songs, op. 29. At Saint Patrick's purgatory / 13th century ; translated by Sean O'Faolain ; Church bell at night / 12th century ; translated by Howard Mumford Jones ; St. Ita's vision / attributed to Saint Ita, 8th century ; translated by Chester Kallman ; The heavenly banquet / attributed to Saint Brigid, 10th century ; translated by Sean O'Faolain ; The crucifixion / from The Speckled Book, 12th century ; translated by Howard Mumford Jones ; Sea-snatch / 8th-9th century ; translated by Kenneth Jackson ; Promiscuity / 9th century ; translated by Kenneth Jackson ; The monk and his cat / 8th or 9th century ; translated by W. H. Auden ; The praises of God / 11th century ; translated by W. H. Auden ; The desire for hermitage / 8th-9th century ; based on a translation by Sean O'Faolain-- Despite and still, op. 41. A last song / Robert Graves ; My lizard / Theodore Roethke ; In the wilderness / Robert Graves ; Solitary hotel / James Joyce ; Despite and still / Robert Graves -- Three songs, op. 45. Now have I fed and eaten up the rose / James Joyce (from the German of Gottfried Keller) ; A green lowland of pianos / Czeslaw Milosz (from the Polish of Jerzy Harasymowicz) ; O boundless, boundless evening / Christopher Middleton (from the German of George Heym) -- Songs published posthumously. Ask me to rest / Edward Hicks Streeter Terry -- Au claire de la lune / Anonymous (18th century) -- Beggar's song / William Henry Davies -- Fantasy in purple / Langston Hughes -- In the dark pinewood / James Joyce -- La nuit / Alfred Meurath -- Love at the door / from the Greek Meleager ; translated by John Addington Symonds -- Love's caution / William Henry Davies -- Man / Humbert Wolfe -- Mother, I cannot mind my wheel / Walter Savage Landor -- Music, when soft voices die / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Night wanderers / William Henry Davies -- Of that so sweet imprisonment / James Joyce -- Peace / Paul Elmer More from the Sanskrit of Bhartrihari -- Serenader / George H. Dillon -- A slumber song of the Madonna / Alfred Noyes -- Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / Robert Frost -- Strings in the earth and air / James Joyce -- There's nae lark / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- Three songs, the words from Old England. Lady, when I behold the roses / Anonymous ; An earnest suit to his unkind mistress not to forsake him / Thomas Wyatt ; Hey nonny no! / Anonymous (16th century) -- Thy love / Elizabeth Barrett Browning -- Two poems of the wind. Little children of the wind / Fiona Macleod (William Sharp) ; Longing / Fiona Macleod (William Sharp) -- Two songs of youth. Invocation to youth / Laurence Binyon ; I never thought that youth would go / Jessie B. Rittenhouse -- Watchers / attributed to Dean Cornwell -- Who carries corn and crown / Robert Horan -- Appendix 1. Manuscript facsimiles of selected early songs. I do not like thee, Dr. Fell ; An old song ; Dere two fella Joe ; October mountain weather -- Appendix 2. The daisies, original version / James Stephens
Control code
ocn630473257
Dimensions
31 cm
Edition
Medium/low voice
Extent
1 score (287 p.)
Isbn
9781423491279
Other control number
884088478438
Other physical details
port., facsims.
Publisher number
  • ED 4454
  • HL50490045
System control number
(OCoLC)630473257
Label
65 songs, Samuel Barber ; edited by Richard Walters
Publication
Note
  • For medium to low voice
  • All music by Samuel Barber
  • Editorial notes, biographical essay on the composer by Paul Wittke and notes about the songs in English, p. 8-48
  • Distributor's no: HL50490045
Contents
  • Songs published during the composer's lifetime. Three songs, op. 2. The daisies / James Stephens ; With rue my heart is laden / A. E. Housman ; Bessie bobtail / James stephens -- Three songs, op. 10. Rain has fallen / James Joyce ; Sleep now / James Joyce ; I hear an army / James Joyce -- Four songs, op. 13. A nun takes the veil / Gerard Manley Hopkins ; The secrets of the old / William Butler Yeats ; Sure on this shining night / James Agee ; Nocturne
  • Frederic Prokosch -- Two songs, op. 18. The queen's face on the summery coin / Robert Horan ; Monks and raisins / José Garcia Villa -- Nuvoletta, op. 25 / James Joyce -- Mélodies passagères, op. 27. Puisque tout passe ; Un cygne ; Tombeau dans un parc ; Le clocher chante ; Départ / Rainer Maria Rilke -- Hermit songs, op. 29. At Saint Patrick's purgatory / 13th century ; translated by Sean O'Faolain ; Church bell at night / 12th century ; translated by Howard Mumford Jones ; St. Ita's vision / attributed to Saint Ita, 8th century ; translated by Chester Kallman ; The heavenly banquet / attributed to Saint Brigid, 10th century ; translated by Sean O'Faolain ; The crucifixion / from The Speckled Book, 12th century ; translated by Howard Mumford Jones ; Sea-snatch / 8th-9th century ; translated by Kenneth Jackson ; Promiscuity / 9th century ; translated by Kenneth Jackson ; The monk and his cat / 8th or 9th century ; translated by W. H. Auden ; The praises of God / 11th century ; translated by W. H. Auden ; The desire for hermitage / 8th-9th century ; based on a translation by Sean O'Faolain-- Despite and still, op. 41. A last song / Robert Graves ; My lizard / Theodore Roethke ; In the wilderness / Robert Graves ; Solitary hotel / James Joyce ; Despite and still / Robert Graves -- Three songs, op. 45. Now have I fed and eaten up the rose / James Joyce (from the German of Gottfried Keller) ; A green lowland of pianos / Czeslaw Milosz (from the Polish of Jerzy Harasymowicz) ; O boundless, boundless evening / Christopher Middleton (from the German of George Heym) -- Songs published posthumously. Ask me to rest / Edward Hicks Streeter Terry -- Au claire de la lune / Anonymous (18th century) -- Beggar's song / William Henry Davies -- Fantasy in purple / Langston Hughes -- In the dark pinewood / James Joyce -- La nuit / Alfred Meurath -- Love at the door / from the Greek Meleager ; translated by John Addington Symonds -- Love's caution / William Henry Davies -- Man / Humbert Wolfe -- Mother, I cannot mind my wheel / Walter Savage Landor -- Music, when soft voices die / Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Night wanderers / William Henry Davies -- Of that so sweet imprisonment / James Joyce -- Peace / Paul Elmer More from the Sanskrit of Bhartrihari -- Serenader / George H. Dillon -- A slumber song of the Madonna / Alfred Noyes -- Stopping by woods on a snowy evening / Robert Frost -- Strings in the earth and air / James Joyce -- There's nae lark / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- Three songs, the words from Old England. Lady, when I behold the roses / Anonymous ; An earnest suit to his unkind mistress not to forsake him / Thomas Wyatt ; Hey nonny no! / Anonymous (16th century) -- Thy love / Elizabeth Barrett Browning -- Two poems of the wind. Little children of the wind / Fiona Macleod (William Sharp) ; Longing / Fiona Macleod (William Sharp) -- Two songs of youth. Invocation to youth / Laurence Binyon ; I never thought that youth would go / Jessie B. Rittenhouse -- Watchers / attributed to Dean Cornwell -- Who carries corn and crown / Robert Horan -- Appendix 1. Manuscript facsimiles of selected early songs. I do not like thee, Dr. Fell ; An old song ; Dere two fella Joe ; October mountain weather -- Appendix 2. The daisies, original version / James Stephens
Control code
ocn630473257
Dimensions
31 cm
Edition
Medium/low voice
Extent
1 score (287 p.)
Isbn
9781423491279
Other control number
884088478438
Other physical details
port., facsims.
Publisher number
  • ED 4454
  • HL50490045
System control number
(OCoLC)630473257

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