English Romantic Songs & Ballads of the Early 19th Cent. - guit/voice

English Romantic Songs & Ballads of the Early 19th Cent. - guit/voice

Model: 15720 / TECLA0041 UPC: 0906953413 ISBN: 0906953413
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Description

English Romantic Songs & Ballads of the Early 19th Century - for voice with original guitar accompaniments from the period

edited and with an introduction by Brian Jeffery

62 pages. 12 x 9 inches. First published by Tecla in 1983, reprinted 2005.

English Romantic Songs and Ballads is a selection of 17 splendid songs in English from the early 19th century, with guitar accompaniments from the period. Re-engraved (not facsimile).


The contents of Songs for Voice and Guitar are as follows.

Alexander Lee: Come where the aspens quiver (Guitar arrangement by B. Sperati) (c sharp to e') (with optional ornaments going up to g')
J.A. Wade: Meet me by moonlight (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (d to e')
C.E. Horn: My dark hair'd girl (Guitar arrangement by T.B. Phipps) (d to f')
Sir Henry Bishop: My heart and lute (Guitar arrangement by A. Donnadieu) (c sharp to e')
Alexander Lee: When the dew is on the grass (Guitar arrangement by T.B. Phipps) (c to g')
Joseph de Pinna: Awake! Awake, mine own love (Guitar arrangement by A. Bertioli) (d to a'')
Michael Kelly: Flora McDonald (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (g to f') John Barnett: My minstrel love (Guitar arrangement by C. Eulenstein) (d to f' sharp)
Thomas Haynes Bayly: Welcome me home (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (c sharp to d')
N.J. Sporle: Do you think I can forget? (Guitar arrangement by Louis Leo) (e to g')
M.W. Balfe: The light of other days (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (e to f' sharp)
Charles Purday: The broken hearts (Guitar arrangement by F. Pelzer) (d to d') (with optional ornaments up to e')
Thomas Moore: They tell me thou'rt the favour'd guest (Guitar arrangement by P. Verini) (d to f')
P. Verini: Farewell! and never think of me (Guitar arrangement by P. Verini) (e to f' sharp)
Sir Henry Bishop: Home, sweet home (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (e to e')
C.E. Horn: Cherry ripe (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (c sharp to f' sharp)
Thomas Haynes Bayly: Long, long ago (Guitar arrangement by C.M. Sola) (c to d')

Ranges: Some of the songs will suit a tenor or soprano going up to f' or g' or a'', while others such as The broken hearts or Long, long ago are for lower voices going only up to d'. The exact ranges are indicated above as follows:

a, b, c, and so on up to g: this means from the a four notes below the treble stave, up to the g which is on the second line of the treble stave.
a', b', c', and so on up to g': this means from the a which is on the second space of the treble stave, up to the g which is on the space just above the treble stave.
a'', b'', c'', and so on: this means from the a which is on the line immediately above the treble stave, upwards.

Features

  • Model: 15720 / TECLA0041
  • Manufactured by: Tecla
  • Condition: new
  • UPC: 0906953413
  • ISBN: 0906953413
English Romantic Songs & Ballads of the Early 19th Cent. - guit/voice