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High Voice Edition Sheet Music Book
By Samuel Barber

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High Voice High Voice; Piano Accompaniment; Vocal
High Voice Edition. Composed by Samuel Barber (1910-1981). Edited by Richard Walters. Vocal Collection. Classical. Softcover. 288 pages. Published by G. Schirmer (HL.50490044).

Item Number: HL.50490044

ISBN 9781423491262. 9.0x12.0x0.707 inches.

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Samuel Barber, we are proud to release this major new edition, which includes newly edited and engraved editions of the complete contents of Collected Songs and Ten Early Songs (1994), plus many previously unpublished early songs. Manuscripts from the Library of Congress and other sources were consulted for all songs. The edition includes extensive historical information about each song, a lengthy and insightful article about Barber, and facsimiles of selected manuscripts. Songs published during the composer's lifetime (In chronological order of publication) Three Songs, Op. 2: The Daisies; With rue my heart is laden; Bessie Bobtail * Three Songs, Op. 10: Rain has fallen; Sleep now; I hear an army * Four Songs, Op. 13: A Nun Takes the Veil; The Secrets of the Old; Sure on this shining night; Nocturne * Two Songs, Op. 18: The queen's face on the summery coin; Monks and Raisins * Nuvoletta, Op. 25 o Melodies passageres, Op. 27: Puisque tout passe; Un cygne; Tombeau dans un parc; Le clocher chante; Depart * Hermit Songs, Op. 29: At Saint Patrick's Purgatory; Church Bell at Night; St. Ita's Vision; The Heavenly Banquet; The Crucifixion; Sea-Snatch; Promiscuity; The Monk and His Cat; The Praises of God; The Desire for Hermitage * Despite and Still, Op. 41: A Last Song; My Lizard (Wish for Young Love); In the Wilderness; Solitary Hotel; Despite and Still * Three Songs, Op. 45: Now have I fed and eaten up the rose; A Green Lowland of Pianos; O boundless, boundless evening Songs published posthumously 1 First published in this edition 2 First published in Samuel Barber: Ten Early Songs (1994) 3 First published in Samuel Barber: Ten Selected Songs (2008) Ask me to rest 1 * Au claire de lune 1 * Beggar's Song 2 * Fantasy in Purple 1 * In the dark pinewood 2 * La nuit 1 * Love at the Door 2 * Love's Caution 2 * Man 1 * Mother, I cannot mind my wheel 3 * Music, when soft voices die 1 * Night Wanderers 2 * Of that so sweet imprisonment 2 * Peace 1 * Serenader 2 * A Slumber Song of the Madonna 2 * Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening 1 * Strings in the earth and air 2 * There's nae lark 2 * Three Songs, The Words from Old England: Lady, when I behold the roses 1; An Earnest Visit to His Unkind Mistress Not to Forsake Him 1; Hey nonny no! 3 * Two Poems of the Wind: Little Children of the Wind 1; Longing 1 * Two Songs of Youth: I never thought that youth would go 1; Invocation to Youth * Watchers 1 * Who carries corn and crown 1.

  • Nocturne 
  • Peace 
  • Serenader 
  • Love's Caution 
  • Night Wanderers 
  • Beggar's Song 
  • Man 
  • The Crucifixion 
  • Longing 
  • Hey nonny no! 
  • Bessie Bobtail 
  • The Secrets of the Old 
  • St. Ita's Vision 
  • Monks and Raisins 
  • Nuvoletta, Op. 25 
  • Tombeau dans un parc 
  • Le clocher chante 
  • Church Bells at Night 
  • The Heavenly Banquet 
  • Sea-Snatch 
  • Promiscuity 
  • The Monk and His Cat 
  • The Praises of God 
  • The Desire for Hermitage 
  • My Lizard (Wish for Young Love) 
  • In the Wilderness 
  • Solitary Hotel 
  • Despite and Still 
  • A Green Lowland of Pianos 
  • Ask me to rest 
  • Fantasy in Purple 
  • An Earnest Suit to His Unkind Mistress Not to Forsake Him 
  • Thy Love 
  • Invocation to Youth 
  • Watchers 
  • Who carries corn and crown 
  • Three Songs, Op. 2¶ The Daisies 
  • Three Songs, Op. 10¶ Rain has fallen 
  • Four Songs, Op. 13¶ A Nun Takes the Veil 
  • Two Songs, Op. 18¶ The queen's face on the summery coin 
  • Mélodies passagères, Op. 27¶ Puisque tout passe 
  • Départ 
  • Hermit Songs, Op. 29¶ At Saint Patrick's Purgatory 
  • Despite and Still, Op. 41¶ A Last Song 
  • Three Songs, Op. 45¶ Now have I fed and eaten up the rose 
  • Three Songs: The Words from Old England¶ Lady, when I behold the roses 
  • Two Poems of the Wind¶ Little Children of the Wind 
  • Two Songs of Youth¶ I never thought that youth would go 
  • Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening 
  • Sleep now 
  • I hear an army 
  • Un cygne 
  • O boundless, boundless evening 
  • Au claire de la lune 
  • In the dark pinewood 
  • La nuit 
  • Love at the Door 
  • Music, when soft voices die 
  • Of that so sweet imprisonment 
  • There's nae lark 
  • With rue my heart is laden 
  • Sure on this shining night 
  • Mother, I cannot mind my wheel 
  • A Slumber Song of the Madonna 
  • Strings in the earth and air 
  • Rain Has Fallen 
  • With Rue My Heart Is Laden 
  • The Daisies 
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