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Sir Richard Rodney Bennett: The Aviary

  • for unison voices and piano
  • Duration: 8’
  • Composer: Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
  • Original language: English
  • Translator: Ernst Hartmann
  • 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)
  • Dedication: To Alexander Faris
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Sir Richard Rodney Bennett: The Aviary for unison voices and piano | UE14168

5 Songs

  • Edition type: piano score
  • Languages: German | English
  • Format: 23.2 × 30.5 cm
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-2521-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-04701-5
€12.50
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Description

Richard Rodney Bennett's five songs from "The Aviary" can be sung separately or as a cycle and are for unison voices and piano. The titles of each song are: The Birds' Lament, The Owl, The Early Nightingale, The Widow Bird and The Lark. The lyrics are in English with German translations provided by Ernst Hartmann.

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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)

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