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O Tuneful Voice
Editor:  Timothy Roberts
Forces or Category: Soprano/tenor & keyboard/harp
Details: 22 Classical English songs for high voice (soprano or tenor), with original piano accompaniments. The collection is devoted to the serious songs of the period, composed for domestic performance. This relatively unknown repertoire is of striking variety and quality, and extremely lyrical, melodious, and eminently singable.
Contents:  Samuel Arnold: Elegy
Samuel Arnold: The midsummer wish
Joseph Haydn: The wanderer
Joseph Haydn: She never told her love
Joseph Haydn: O tuneful voice
James Hook: The emigrant
William Jackson: Let no mortal sing to me
Thomas Linley: The lark sings high in the cornfield
Thomas Linley: Think not, my love, when secret grief
Thomas Linley: Alas, from the day my poor heart
George Frederick Pinto: A shepherd lov'd a nymph so fair
George Frederick Pinto: Invocation to Nature
George Frederick Pinto: From thee, Eliza, I must go
Johann Peter Salomon: Why still before these streaming eyes
Johann Peter Salomon: Go, lov'ly rose
Johann Peter Salomon: O tuneful voice
Johann Peter Salomon: Say not that minutes swiftly move
John Georg Christoph Schetky: The echo
William Shield: 'Tis only no harm to know it, you know
William Shield: Hope and Love
William Shield: Ye balmy breezes gently blow
Theodore Smith: Content
Stephen Storace: How sweet the calm of this sequester'd shore
Stephen Storace: The curfew tolls the knell of parting day
Stephen Storace: Captivity
Publication Date: Jun 11 1992
Level of Difficulty: C
Trim Size:311x232
Number of pages:80
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