Song to the Moon from Rusalka by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited by Roger Nichols. For soprano voice solo and piano accompaniment. Classical Period. Difficulty: medium-difficult. Single piece. Vocal melody, lyrics, piano accompaniment and introductory text. 8 pages. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P07696).
ISBN 9790577084671. With vocal melody, lyrics, piano accompaniment and introductory text. Classical Period. 9x12 inches.
The water nymph Rusalka has fallen in love with the Prince, who often comes to bathe in her lake, and she longs to become human so that he can hold her in his arms. The water goblin Vodnik warns her against taking this step, but tells her that, if she insists, she must consult the witch Jezibaba. Before doing so, Rusalka prays to the moon to tell the Prince that she is waiting for him. The tale ends tragically, with the Prince's death and Rusalka's return to a lonely life beneath the waters. (Roger Nichols)
Soprano and Piano (Czech/English).