Vaughan Williams: Dirge For Fidele (2-Part)

Bog | Stemme, Klaver solo

Forlag: Edwin Ashdown
Format: Nodehæfter | Sangalbum
Vaughan Williams made many settings of texts from Shakespeare throughout his life. This one, the Dirge for Fidele, was written for two Voices with Piano Accompaniment in 1922 as a stand-alone song. Its text is one of Shakespeare’s many celebrated songs, ‘Fear no more the heat o’ the sun’ including the lines ‘Golden lads and girls all must, as chimney-sweepers, come to dust’ from Cymbeline.Perhaps one of music’s least dirge-like dirges, the accompaniment is soothing and the Vocal lines soaring. It was sung at Sir Laurence Olivier’s funeral at Westminster Abbey in 1989.
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Sideantal: 8
Sprog: Engelsk
Katalognummer: EA17540

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        GB I conduct a women's
        It was great to be able to receive these pieces, printed on demand, in octavo format in a relatively short period of time.
        The solfege symbols are very distracting and I didn't know that they were going to be on the music.
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        Udgivet den: 14 september 2016

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        Vaughan Williams: Dirge For Fidele (2-Part)
        Stemme, Klaver solo
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