3 Songs, Op.15 (Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong)
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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Voice and Piano (Composer)
London: Winthrop Rogers Ltd., 1922. Plate W.R. 4084-4085.
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|Work Title||3 Songs|
|Composer||Gibbs, Cecil Armstrong|
|Key||3. E♭ major|
|Year/Date of Composition||1917|
|First Performance||1918-5-8, Wigmore Hall, Gladys Moger|
|Librettist||Walter De la Mare (1873-1956)|
|Piece Style||Early 20th century|
|Instrumentation||Voice, Women's Chorus and Piano (no.1); Voice, Piano (No.2) ; Voice, String Quartet (no.3 also)|
Op.15 No.1 is set for voice, SSAA chorus, piano and was originally Op.9 No.2. Op.15 No.2 originally Op.9 No.3, nos. 2 and 3 (originally Op.9 No.5) first performed 1918 (no.3 in a version for voice and piano). "Five Eyes" also set by the composer in a form published 1948 for TTBB a cappella (Recmusic.org does not say whether that setting is related to Op.15 No.2.) (Op.15 No.2 first appears for voice - variously high, low - and piano in Worldcat, later in arrangements-- however (see Gibbs website:
Originally published as part of 5 Dream Songs, Op.9 for soprano and string quartet.