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Centenary Song Album

By Edvard Grieg

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Centenary Song Album composed by Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). For Voice, Piano. This edition: Urtext. Play along. Book and accompaniment CD. Text Language: Norwegian/German/English. Published by Edition Peters (PE.P07958).

ISBN M-57708-634-7. With Text Language: Norwegian/German/English. play along.

Contents: Jeg elsker Dig (Ich liebe dich - I Love Thee); Solveigs Sang (Solveigs Lied - Solveig's Song); En svane (Ein Schwan - A Swan); Stambogsrim (Stammsbuchsreim - Album Lines); Med en vandlilje (Mit einer Wasserlilje - With a Waterlily); Varen Letzter Fruehling - Last Spring); Hilsen (Gruss - Greeting); I Rosentiden (Zur Rosenzeit - The Time of Roses); Ein Drom (Ein Traum - A Dream). *** In addition to definitive editions of the printed music (with German and English singing translations), the book includes phonetic transcriptions of the Norwegian and German lyrics, and word-for- word translations into German and English. *** The publication also includes a CD, which contains: spoken lyrics, recorded by native speakers, to help singers with pronunciation; study versions of the songs, with both melody and simplified accompaniments played on the piano; complete piano accompaniment recordings (pianist Denette Whitter). The book also includes a foreword by Monica Jangaard, curator of the Grieg Museum at Troldhaugen.

9 songs in their original keys (Norw./Ger./ Eng.) Includes a book and CD.

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