Walker, Robert: The New Novello Part-Song Book

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The New Novello Part-Song Book

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Department: Choral - Choral Collections

Instrumentation: SATB, Piano

Publisher: Novello

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The New Novello Part-Song Book: Forty-four British classic and modern secular part-songs for mixed voices from Purcell to the present day.

With this anthology, selected and edited by Robert Walker, choirs are provided with accessible material of many styles and eras: from arcadian Purcell, the classical simplicity of Arne, from Sterndale Bennett and Sullivan, writing during the golden age of glee clubs through the late-Romantic era of Elgar and Bantock, and the early twentieth century British renaissance of Holst and Moeran to contemporary composers like Musgrave, Bennett and Kelly.
This set of works will be within the scope of all choirs and levels of accomplishment. All vocal ranges are given and rehearsal piano accompaniments provided.

Contents and Reviews


A Shepherd's Carol (Britten) Breathe Soft, Ye Winds (Paxton) Bring Us In Good Ale [Holst, Gustav] Cargoes (Gardiner) Celandine (Walker) Come Away, Death (Macfarren) Come Let Us Join The Roundelay (Beale) Come Live With Me (Bennett) Cupid And Rosalind (Stanford) Echoes (Sullivan) Evening Has Lost Her Throne (Bantock) Fruit Machine (Kelly) Go, Lovely Rose (Thiman) In These Delightful Groves (Purcell) In This Hour Of Softened Splendour (Pinsuti) Inheritance (Howells) Invocation To Sleep (Benedict) John Cook (Musgrave) Lay A Garland (Pearsall) Madrigal (Bennett) Music, When Soft Voices Die (Bush) My Delight And Thy Delight [Parry, Hubert] My Soul Would Drink Those Echoes (Mackenzie) O Sing Unto My Roundelay (Wesley) Orpheus, With His Lute (Macfarren) Proud Songsters (Mccabe) Sigh No More Ladies (Moeran) Sleep! The Bird Is In Its Nest (Barnby) Softly, Softly, Blow Ye Breezes (Elvey) Song Of Proserpine (Coleridge-taylor) Sweet And Low [Barnby, Sir Joseph] Sweet Content (Joubert) The Blue Bird [Stanford, Charles Villiers] The Long Day Closes [Sullivan, Arthur] The Moon (Dyson) The Prince Of Sleep [Elgar, Edward] There Is Sweet Music [Elgar, Edward] There Was An Old Man In A Tree (Seiber) To Daffodils (Darke) To Miss Margery Wentworth (Joubert) Tune Thy Music To Thy Heart (Davies) Under The Greenwood Tree (Horovitz) Weep You No More (Rawsthorne) Which Is The Properest Day To Sing? (Arne)