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Favorite German Art Songs - Volume 1

The Vocal Library High Voice

By Various

Vocal, Piano Accompaniment
The Vocal Library High Voice. Composed by Various. Vocal Collection. Classical, Collection, German. Softcover Audio Online. 56 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.740048).

Item Number: HL.740048

ISBN 9780793562459. 9x12 inches.

All student singers study the classic German Lieder at some point. We've chosen the most often-sung of these songs for this new collection, and have recorded top-notch accompaniments for each of the songs. Pianist for the recordings is Gary Arvin, a specialist in song literature on the faculty of Indiana University. The audio is accessed online for download or streaming. Includes translations and IPA pronunciation guides. This collection is sure to be used by singers at all levels, from High school contest soloists, to collegiate singers and professionals.

Contents: Allerseelen (Strauss) • An die Musik (Schubert) • Dein blaues Auge (Brahms) • Der Nussbaum (Schumann) • Die Forelle (Schubert) • Der Gärtner (Wolf) • Heidenroslein (Schubert) • Verborgenheit (Wolf) • Widmung (Schumann) • Wie Melodien zieht es Mir (Brahms) • Zueignung (Strauss).

  • Heidenroslein (Schubert) 
  • Widmung 
  • Der Nussbaum 
  • Der Gärdner (Wolf) 
  • Allerseelen 
  • Dein Blaues Auge 
  • Wie Melodien Zieht Es Mir 
  • Zueignung 
  • Die Forelle 
  • Verborgenheit 
  • Heidenroslein 
  • An Die Musik 

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  • April 05, 2018 Just what it claims to be

    This volume is nice-looking and well put-together with separate translations and pronunciation guides to the German texts. I'm not sure whether the accompaniments are original, but listening to a performance of Zueignung, the pianist was playing something very close or identical to what is written here. What...

    you will not find is piano arrangements with the voice part included--playing the accompaniments without a singer is not satisfying. [And I did not listen to the included recordings yet, this is just a note on the printed work.]

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