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Ouvre ton cœur
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View results as: View Normal Gallery Brief. Sort by relevance relevance new to the Libraries year new to old year old to new author title. Art song : linking poetry and music . Kimball, Carol Mezzo-soprano , author. Rather than a general survey of art song literature, the new book clearly and insightfully defines the fundamental characteristics of art song, and the integral relationship between lyric poetry and its musical settings.
Topics covered include poetry basics for singers, exercises for singers in working with poetry, insights into composers' musical settings of poetry, building recital programs, performance suggestions, and recommended literature for college and university classical voice majors.
The three appendices address further aspects of poetry, guidelines for creating a recital program, and representative classical voice recitals of various descriptions. K55 Unknown.see url
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Song : a guide to art song style and literature . Kimball, Carol Mezzo-soprano Rev. Description Book — xiv, p. K56 Unknown. Song : a guide to style and literature .
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Kimball, Carol Mezzo-soprano Redmond, Wash. Description Book — iv, p. K56 Available. Art song in English : 50 songs by 21 American and British composers .
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Low voice. It's also a new typeset of the song, and I don't know if that has an effect on PD status.
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I can give a hint to tracking this song down, though. In the commentary it says Published by Choudens, volume 2. The work, a composite of opera, oratorio and symphony, is hardly known today. Classical Voices - a forum for classical singers. All someone has to do is find volume two. I've already checked at the UC Berkeley library, with no luck. It's got the song the OP requested, and it's marked as songs published posthumously.