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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson

Voice and Piano

By Aaron Copland

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Piano, Voice (Medium Voice)
Voice and Piano. Composed by Aaron Copland (1900-1990). Boosey & Hawkes Voice. 20th Century. Songbook. Vocal melody, lyrics and piano accompaniment. 48 pages. Boosey & Hawkes #M051904709. Published by Boosey & Hawkes (HL.48008373).

Item Number: HL.48008373
ISBN 1458424685. With vocal melody, lyrics and piano accompaniment. 20th Century. 9x12 inches.

Contents: Nature, the gentlest mother • There came a wind like a bugle • Why do they shut me out of Heaven? • The world feels dusty • Heart, we will forget him • Dear March, come in! • Sleep is supposed to be • When they come back • I felt a funeral in my brain • I've heard an organ talk sometimes • Going to Heaven! • The Chariot.

  • I've Heard an Organ Talk Sometimes 
  • The Nature Gentlest Mother 
  • There Came A Wind Like A Bugle 
  • Why Do They Shut Me Out Of Heaven? 
  • The World Feels Dusty 
  • Heart, We Will Forget Him 
  • Dear March, Come In! 
  • Sleep Is Supposed To Be 
  • When They Come Back 
  • I Felt A Funeral In My Brain 
  • The Chariot 

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  • 5

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    Brazil
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  • September 16, 2008 The music of Emily(Copland)Dickinson

    As a professor of North American Literature, as well as a musician, I find this title extremely useful for my classes in both areas. Music and poetry now walk hand in hand as a perfect match. Thanks for providing such a wonderful material.

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  • April 16, 2008 Copland captures Dickinson

    These 12 poems are not all among Emily Dickinson's most familiar, but they are representative of her major areas of concern-nature, love, death, eternity,and immortality. Copland captures the essence of Dickinson's uncertainties and ambiguities.

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