Various: Art of Song Grade 6 (Low Voice)

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Art of Song Grade 6 (Low Voice)

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Series: Art of Song

Department: Vocal & Opera - Vocal Collections - Low Voices

Publisher: Peters Edition

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ABRSM Singing 2009-20176
ABRSM Singing from 20186

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This revised and expanded edition of the long-established The Art of Song series includes all the songs in the original edition together with a considerable amount of new material, all presented in a new larger format.

Drawing on the comprehensive Edition Peters catalogue and incorporating new editions of many songs, The Art of Song series provides: a selection of songs and arias from the ABRSM singing syllabus; new editions of wide-ranging repertoire covering composers from Purcell and Byrd through Brahms and Schubert to Verdi and Sullivan; new versions of songs in different keys to suit different voice-types.

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Campion, Thomas Oft have I sigh'd: "Oft have I sigh'd", engl. -Tonumfang: c' - c''- (Thomas Campion 1567 - 1620) Ford, Thomas Fair sweet cruel: "Fair sweet cruel, why dost thou fly me?", engl. -Tonumfang: a - c''- (Thomas Ford 1580 - 1648) Gibbons, Orlando The silver swan: "The silver swan, who, living, had no note", engl. -Tonumfang: c' - d''- (Orlando Gibbons 1583 - 1625) Munro, George My lovely Celia: "My lovely Celia, heav'nly fair", engl. -Tonumfang: h - e''- (George Munro gestorben 1731) Purcell, Henry Nymphs and shepherds: "Nymphs and shepherds, come away" aus: The Libertine, engl. -Tonumfang: b - es''- (Henry Purcell 1659 - 1695) Purcell, Henry Since from my dear: "Since from my dear" aus: Dioclesian, engl. -Tonumfang: h - d''- (Henry Purcell 1659 - 1695) Purcell, Henry Turn then thine eyes: "Turn then thine eyes", engl. -Tonumfang: a - d''- (Henry Purcell 1659 - 1695) Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Der Vogelfänger (The Bird Catcher): "Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja" aus: The Magic Flute, dt. / engl. -Tonumfang: d - e'- (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756 - 1791) Brahms, Johannes Dein blaues Auge: "Dein blaues Auge hält so still", dt. -Tonumfang: a - fis''- (Johannes Brahms 1833 - 1897) Brahms, Johannes Der Schmied: "Ich hör' meinen Schatz", dt. -Tonumfang: d' - d''- (Johannes Brahms 1833 -1897) Brahms, Johannes Komm bald: "Warum denn warten von Tag zu Tag?", dt. -Tonumfang: h - es''- (Johannes Brahms 1833 - 1897) Brahms, Johannes Sonntag: "So hab' ich doch die ganze Woche", dt. -Tonumfang: b - es''- (Johannes Brahms 1833 - 1897) Schumann, Robert Frühlingsgruß: "So sei gegrüßt vieltausendmal", dt. -Tonumfang: c' - f''- (Robert Schumann 1810 - 1856) Schubert, Franz Der Lindenbaum: "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore", dt. -Tonumfang: a - d''- (Franz Schubert 1797 - 1828) Schubert, Franz Romanze: "Der Vollmond strahlt auf Bergeshöhn" aus: Rosamunde, dt. -Tonumfang: b - des''- (Franz Schubert 1797 - 1828) Schubert, Franz Ständchen: "Leise flehen meine Lieder", dt. -Tonumfang: h - e''- (Franz Schubert 1797 - 1828) Schumann, Robert Der Nußbaum: "Es grünet ein Nußbaum vor dem Haus", dt. -Tonumfang: b - d''- (Robert Schumann 1810 - 1856) Schumann, Robert Marienwürmchen: "Marienwürmchen, setze dich auf meine Hand", dt. -Tonumfang: es' - es''- (Robert Schumann 1810 - 1856) Wolf, Hugo Auf ein altes Bild: "In grüner Landschaft Sommerflor", dt. -Tonumfang: e' - dis''- (Hugo Wolf 1860 - 1903) Wolf, Hugo Bescheidene Liebe: "Ich bin wie andre Mädchen nicht", dt. -Tonumfang: c' - f''- (Hugo Wolf 1860 - 1903) Sullivan, Arthur Oh, better far to live and die (I am a Pirate King): Oh, better far to live and die" aus: The Pirates of Penzance, engl. -Tonumfang: H - d'- (Arthur Sullivan 1842 - 1900)