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A Panorama of Songs 1/b
Easy songs from four centuries in six languages for low voice
Sheet music and download code
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.
The editor of the A Panorama of Songs series kindly welcomes any feedback, comments, or questions at the following email address: email@example.com.
Guida in italiano.pdf (518 kB)
Guide for the use of A Panorama of Songs.pdf (59.7 kB)
Guide pour lusage.pdf (221 kB)
Használati útmutató.pdf (73.8 kB)
Manual.pdf (472 kB)
Руководство к использованию.pdf (643 kB)
Folk Song - The Minstrel's Request
Folk song - There was a jolly miller
Monsigny, Pierre-Alexandre – La Harpe, Jean-Francois de: Oh, my gentle musette
Frescobaldi, Girolamo: A proud look from Licori
Cavalli, Francesco – Minato, Nicolo: Sighs of Fire
Stradella, Alessandro: Thus, Love, you make me languish
Perti, Giacomo Antonio: I should not hope
Haydn, Joseph – Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim: The Praise of Laziness (Hob.XXVIa: 22)
Haydn, Joseph – Hunter, Anne: Sailor's Song (Hob. XXVIa:31)
Zelter, Carl Friedrich – Tieck, Johann Ludwig: Autumn Song (Zwölf Lieder am Klavier zu singen, no. 1)
Bishop, Sir Henry Rowley – Bayly, Thomas Haynes: Oh, no, we never mention her!
Bellini, Vincenzo: To tremble of distress
Glinka, Mihail Ivanovics – Puskin, A.: My blood is burning with desire
Schumann, Clara – Heine, Heinrich: They once loved each other Op. 13 no. 2
Saint-Saëns, Camille – Saint-Saëns, Camille: Guitars and Mandolins
Bizet, Georges – Carré, Michel: Serenade (Vingt mélodies pour chant et piano, no. 10)
Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich – Mussorgsky, Modest Petrovich: With the doll (The Nursery, no. 4)
Tosti, Francesco Paolo – Cesareo, Giovanni Alfredo: Serenade
Kienzi, Wilhelm – Vogelweide, Walther von der: The Dscreet Nightingale (Leider im Volkson. Neun Gesänge für eine Singstimme mit Pianofortebegleitung op. 6 no 1
Puccini, Giacomo: My house, my house (SC 79)
Puccini, Giacomo – Fucini, Renato: And the little Bird (SC 71)
Mahler, Gustav: Strong Imagination (Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
Rachmaninov, Sergey Vasilyevich – Beketova, Ekaterina Andreyevna: Lilacs Op. 21 no. 5
Garcia Lorca, Federico: Let us rise up (Trece canciones espagnolas antiguas, no. 1)
Garcia Lorca, Federico: Sevillian Women of the 18th Century (Trece canciones espagnolas antiguas, no. 6)