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Paul Lewis: Trio Romantico

Paul Lewis: Trio Romantico
Notenbuch Broadbent and Dunn
Mittlerer Schwierigkeitsgrad / Fortgeschrittene

A three movement work for Harp, Violin and Cello lasting 16 minutes. A haunting ‚Invocazione‘ and a passionate ‚Romanza‘ separated by an ‚Intermezzo‘ suggestive of an antique dance. It is written in Lewis’s usual audience friendly style.
VLN, VLC, HARP, Violine, Cello, Harfe Englisch
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Tarik O’Regan: Bring Rest, Sweet Dreaming Child (SA)

Tarik O'Regan: Bring Rest, Sweet Dreaming Child (SA)
Notenbuch Novello & Co Ltd.
Einfacher bis mittlerer Schwierigkeitsgrad
Bring Rest, Sweet Dreaming Child
Basiert auf einem Gedicht durch Kennzeichen Pryce, wurde diese Version O’Regans Weihnachtsder einstellung für die oberen Stimmen im Januar 2005 abgeschlossen. Passend für Schulen und junge Chöre.
2PTCHOIR, HARP, Zweistimmiger Chor, Harfe Englisch
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Lennox Berkeley: Five Herrick Poems Op. 89

Lennox Berkeley: Five Herrick Poems Op. 89
Notenbuch Lennox Berkeley Chester Music

Dearest Of Thousands; If Nine Time You Your Bridegroom Kissed; My God! Look At My With Eye Of Pitie; Now Is Your Turne, My Dearest; These Springs Were Maiden Once That Lov’d
Settings of five poems of Robert Herrick for Tenor and Harp. Premiered at Snape Maltings in 1974 by Peter Pears.
TEN, HARP, Tenor, Harfe Englisch
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Elizabeth Maconchy: Three Songs (1974) Tenor/Harp

Elizabeth Maconchy: Three Songs (1974) Tenor/Harp
Notenbuch Chester Music
Mittlerer Schwierigkeitsgrad
A Widow bird sate mourning; So We’ll Go No More A-roving; The knot there’s no un-tying
So we’ll go no more a-roving (Byron)A Widow bird sate mourning (Shelley)The knot there’s no un-tying (Thomas Campbell)
TEN, HARP, Tenor, Harfe Englisch
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Thea Musgrave: Sing To Celebrate Summer

Thea Musgrave: Sing To Celebrate Summer
Notenbuch Novello & Co Ltd.

Sing To Celebrate Summer
Commissioned by the Buck Hill-Skytop Music Festival, 2010, and first performed on August 6th 2010 at the Skytop Lodge, Skytop, PA, by Dan Snyder (tenor) and Annabelle Taubl (harp).

This work was written to celebrate the official opening of the upper path to the Falls at Buck Hill, for the new Buck Hill-Skytop Music Festival. The sound of its two spectacular waterfalls is represented by the music written for the harp, which also imitates the singing of birds described in the poem by Geoffrey Chaucer.
– Thea Musgrave
TEN, SATB, HARP, Tenor, SATB (Gemischter Chor), Harfe Englisch
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Witold Lutoslawski: Paroles Tissees (Score)

Witold Lutoslawski: Paroles Tissees (Score)
Notenbuch Chester Music

Paroles Tissees
First performed at the Aldeburgh Festival in June 1965 by Peter Pears with the Philharmonia of London conducted by the composer. Duration c.16 mins.
TEN, STR INST, PFC, HARP, PERC, Tenor, Streichinstrumente, Klavier-Kammermusik, Harfe, Percussion Englisch, Französisch
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Howard Goodall: Winter Lullabies

Howard Goodall: Winter Lullabies
Notenbuch

Crossing The Border; Joyful Lullaby; Lullaby Of Winter; Now When Winter Nights Enlarge; Sorrowful Lullaby; Stille Nacht
‚Winter Lullabies‘ ist ein Zyklus bestehend aus sechs lose miteinander verbundenen Sätzen für die Harfe oder Klavier und Sopran von Howard Goodall.Faber Music
SOP, HARP, PFA, Sopran, Harfe, Klavierbegleitung Englisch
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Gian Carlo Menotti: Nocturne For Soprano, Harp And String Quartet

Gian Carlo Menotti: Nocturne For Soprano, Harp And String Quartet
Notenbuch G. Schirmer
Mittlerer Schwierigkeitsgrad / Fortgeschrittene
Nocturne
This brief, elegaic work was written to pay homage to Lincoln Center benefactress Alice Tully, and was premiered there on October 24 1982. The text is Menotti’s own, with thoughts of life, aging, death and rebirth. Being a nocturne – a night-piece – it is a modern-day lullaby, the end of day or life and it is faced with a serene, childlike acceptance of the inevitable. This is reflected in smooth tranquil music that never impedes the flowing pace of the work.
SOP, HARP, STR QUARTET, Sopran, Harfe, Streichquartett Englisch
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