Art Song in English 50 Songs by 21 American and British Composers hSti - high voice and piano editor: Kimball, Carol ISMN: 979-0-051-93385-3 Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, New York Client Number: HL48019047 This unique compilation is a wonderful, substantial sampling of art song in the English language, with composers from both sides of the Atlantic. The publication includes many first-time transpositions, as the song list is the same for the High Voice and Medium/Low Voice editions.
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- Argento: Dirge
- Argento: Spring
- Argento: Spring is like a perhaps hand
- Argento: When faces called flowers float out of the ground
- Beeson: In the Public Gardens
- Beeson: Indiana Homecoming
- Bernstein: Civet à Toute Vitesse (Rabbit at Top Speed)
- Bernstein: Greeting
- Bernstein: I hate music!
- Bernstein: Jupiter has seven moons
- Bridge: Love went a-riding
- Britten: At the mid hour of night
- Britten: If it's ever spring again
- Britten: Nocturne
- Britten: The Sally Gardens
- Britten: Sephestia's Lullaby
- Chanler: These, My Ophelia
- Clarke: Down by the sally gardens
- Clarke: The Seal Man
- Copland: At the River
- Copland: Heart, we will forget him
- Copland: The Little Horses
- Copland: Poet's Song
- Copland: Why do they shut me out of Heaven?
- Del Tredici: Acrostic Song
- Duke: Central Park at Dusk
- Duke: There will be stars
- Finzi: Fear no more the heat o' the sun
- Finzi: It was a lover and his lass
- Finzi: Oh fair to see
- Floyd: Two Stevenson Songs (Rain, Where Got the Boats?)
- Furney: Sleep
- Head: Money, O!
- Hundley: The Astronomers
- Hundley: Sweet Suffolk Owl
- Hundley: Waterbird
- Ireland: Spring Sorrow
- Quilter: How should I your true love know?
- Quilter: My Life's Delight
- Quilter: Weep you no more
- Rorem: Alleluia
- Rorem: Ferry me across the water
- Rorem: Jeanie with the LIght Brown Hair
- Rorem: Love
- Rorem: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
- Somervell: The lads in their hundreds
- Vaughan Williams: Bright is the ring of words
- Vaughan Williams: Linden Lea
- Warlock: Take, O take those lips away

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