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A Panorama of Songs 1/a

Easy songs from four centuries in six languages for high voice

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Compiled and edited by Hegedüs Gönczy Katalin
Setting: Voice and piano
Language: English-French-German-Hungarian-Russian-Spanish
Length: 96 pages
Format: A/4
Weight: 308 g
Published: March 2019
Publisher: Editio Musica Budapest
Item number: 20006
ISMN: 9790080200063
A Panorama of Songs fills a want that has been felt for decades. A selection of songs in six European languages from the 16th to the mid-20th century encompassing every musical period, it seeks to help beginner-level students of voice teachers and répétiteurs, and foremost the singers themselves. The series brings a breath of fresh air and new works to the conventional Lied repertoire, truly offering a new panorama. Using the means of modern technology it also provides immense help in learning and performing the songs.

The three volumes of the series are arranged by level of difficulty, and all of them are available for high and low voices ("a" volumes for high voices, "b" volumes for low voices). Each volume is a complete unit in itself, including all six languages (English, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish) and presenting a cross-section of styles from the early Baroque to the 20th century. Interpretation of the songs is facilitated by literal English and Hungarian translations of their texts, and the reading of the Cyrillic script is assisted by transliteration (again in English and Hungarian). Ornamentation suggestions for the performance of the Baroque works are also included.

The printed music is accompanied by additional useful material to help the learning process, available online at www.emb.hu/downloads. The website contains the piano accompaniments of all of the songs, as well as all the original texts recited by native speakers.

Digital contents
  • 20006 Dalszövegek - Words mp3.zip (34.5 MB)
  • 20006 Egyszerűsített zongorakiséret - Simplified piano part pdf.zip (108.4 kB)
  • 20006 Zongorakiséret - Piano accompaniment mp3.zip (71.9 MB)
  • A hat nyelv kiejtési szabályai - pdf (HU).zip (578.5 kB)
You can access the digital contents with a code you'll find in the printed publication.
Activate code here: My downloads

Contents

1.
Folk song -The Minstrel's Request
2.
Folk song - There was a jolly miller
3.
Monsigny, Pierre-Alexandre – La Harpe, Jean-Francois de: Oh, my gentle musette
4.
Frescobaldi, Girolamo: A proud look from Licori
5.
Cavalli, Francesco – Minato, Nicolo: Sighs of Fire
6.
Stradella, Alessandro: Thus, Love, you make me languish
7.
Perti, Giacomo Antonio: I should not hope
8.
Haydn, Joseph – Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim: The Praise of Laziness (HOB. XXVIa:22)
9.
Haydn, Joseph – Hunter, Anne: Sailor's Song (HOB. XXVIa:31)
10.
Zelter, Carl Friedrich – Tieck, Johann Ludwig: Autumn Song
11.
Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley – Bayly, Thomas Haynes: Oh, no, we never mention her!
12.
Bellini, Vincenzo: To tremble of distress
13.
Glinka, Mihail Ivanovics – Puskin, A.: My blood is burning with desire
14.
Schumann, Clara – Heine, Heinrich: They once loved each other (Op. 13 no. 2)
15.
Saint-Saëns, Camille – Saint-Saëns, Camille: Guitars and Mandolins
16.
Bizet, Georges – Carré, Michel: Serenade
17.
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich – Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich: With the doll (The Nursery, no. 4)
18.
Tosti, Francesco Paolo – Cesareo, Giovanni Alfredo: Serenade
19.
Kienzi, Wilhelm – Vogelweide, Walther von der: The Discreet Nightingalie
20.
Puccini, Giacomo: My house, my house (SC 79)
21.
Puccini, Giacomo – Fucini, Renato: And the little Bird (SC 71)
22.
Mahler, Gustav: Strong Imagination
23.
Rachmaninov, Sergey Vasilyevich – Beketova, Ekaterina Andreyevna: Lilacs (Op. 21 no. 5)
24.
Garcia Lorca, Federico: Let us rise up
25.
Garcia Lorca, Federico: Sevillian Women of the 18th Century
Voice and piano
Voice and piano
Voice and piano
Voice and piano
Voice and piano
Voice and piano