Love's Golden Days (Blake, Charles Dupee)
|Work Title||Love's Golden Days|
|Alternative Title||Quartette for Mixed Voices|
|Composer||Blake, Charles Dupee|
|First Publication||1876 – New York: Wm. A. Pond & Co.|
|Librettist||Arthur W. French (fl.1875)|
|Instrumentation||Alto and bass soli, chorus, piano|
Piano has a brief prelude to itself and sections where the voices are silent and so this is probably not a work where the piano part is provided for rehearsals only. The alto and bass soli are taken from the choir, one assumes, not in addition to it (just highlighted roles), if it matters.