2 edition of Three Greek folksongs freely arranged for unaccompanied S.A.T.B found in the catalog.
Three Greek folksongs freely arranged for unaccompanied S.A.T.B
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Folk Songs from Newfoundland Collected and arranged by Maud Karpeles, with pianoforte accompaniments by RVW and others. Republished (OUP, ) as Fifteen Folks Songs from Newfoundland. Folk Songs, Volume II. A Selection of thirty-three less-known folk-songs, arranged by Cecil Sharp, RVW, and others for voice and pianoforte.
Compiled by Cyril Winn. SSATB choir - Level 3 Arranged by Budi Susanto Yohanes. Folk songs and Volksliedsatze, secular choir music. Separate edition with choral collection. Folk songs and settings of folk songs, Secular choral music.
Full score. Duration 3 minutes. Carus Verlag #CV / Published by. 1 score (12 pages) ; 26 cm. National songs -- Australia. Vocal quartets, Unaccompanied. Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied. Australian. Historically, they derive from folk songs from as early as the 12th century.-Characteristics romantic song based on German text of high literacy value usually arranged for solo singer and piano three or more lieder in a series is a Song Cycle.
Reginald Owen Morris (3 March – 15 December ), known professionally and by his friends by his initials, as R.O. Morris, was a British composer and teacher. Morris was born in was educated at Harrow School, New College, Oxford and the Royal College of Music (RCM) in London, where he subsequently became professor of counterpoint and composition.
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Alexander L'Estrange: O Waly Waly and Other Classic English Melodies England 'this scepter'd isle', has been the inspiration for many beautiful folk melodies through time. Here are three contrasted songs that capture the atmosphere of past times - the hard toil, the love lost, and the fun that could be had.
Greek plays, speeches, dramas, greek tragedies and music used to teach ethics [Andrea Gabrieli says "only the choruses were sung" vs. Girolamo Mei who says "they were sung throuhgout, melody with accompaniment] Shakespeare (Hamlet: Ophelia, folksongs, Othello: desdemona, Act IV Willlow song).
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The subject of our folksongs, whether they deal with romance, tragedy, conviviality or legend, have a background of nature and its seasons." He arranged the folksongs in various ways; unison, two-part and three-part harmony with and without accompaniment.
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