Northern Folk Songs (Palmgren, Selim)

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General Information

Work Title Northern Folk Songs
Alternative. Title
Composer Palmgren, Selim
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1902-05 (original choral versions)
1906 (arr. for piano)
First Publication. 1st book: 1907 Helsinki, Axel E. Lindgren (AEL 366-369)
2nd book: 1909 Helsinki, Axel E. Lindgren (AEL 393-396)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Piano

Misc. Comments

These are NOT 'Northern Folk Songs'! Reid has "published" (reprinted) the piano arrangements by Palmgren of his older songs for choir a cappella.

This compilation is the 2nd book containing the songs:

Elegi (1905, mixed choir, text by Selim Sorthan)
Säv, säv, susa (1902, male choir, text by Gustav Fröding)
Marjatan laulu ([1902], male choir, text by Eino Leino)
Humoreski (1904, male choir, text "Jo tulen kotihin" by Kanteletar, collection of folk poetry)

The 1st book publ. by Reid contains the arrangements of songs:

Nuku, nuku nurmen alla ([1904], male choir and mixed choir versions, text by Antti Rytkönen)
Hiiden orjien laulu ([1903], male choir, text by Karl G. Larson)
Sjöfararen vid milan (1903, male choir, also solo song, text by G. Fröding)
Hiihtäjän virsi (1902, male choir and mixed choir versions, text by E. Leino)

The 1st edition was by Lindgren with the title 'Sovitelmia kuorolauluista' vols. 1 & 2