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Universal Edition - Sir Richard Rodney Bennett – The Aviary

Sir Richard Rodney Bennett

Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
The Aviary

Subtitle: 5 Songs
Scored for: for unison voices and piano
Composer: Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
Original Language: Englisch
Translator: Ernst Hartmann
Instrumentation details:

Table of Contents:
The Birds' Lament (Der Vögel Klage)
The Owl (Die Eule)
The Early Nightingale (Die frühe Nachtigall)
The Widow Bird (Der Witwenvogel)
The Lark (Die Lerche)
Duration: 8′
Dedication: To Alexander Faris
 
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Piano score – The Aviary

Richard Rodney Bennett's five songs from "The Aviary" may be performed separately or as a cycle.

  • for unison voices and piano
  • Edition type: piano score
  • Language: German; English
  • UE14168
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-2521-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-04701-5
EUR 10,95

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Choral score – The Aviary

  • for unison voices and piano
  • Edition type: choral score
  • Language: English
  • UE14168A
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-0821-3
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-06487-6
EUR 5,95

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Economy Airmail 6–10 working days EUR 9.95
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* While we send your music as quickly as possible (usually by the next day), we unfortunately do not have any influence on the time it takes your music to reach you. The further you are away from our warehouse in Germany, the longer your music will take to reach you. From experience, that can take a couple of weeks to the USA and three or even four to Asia and South America.