6 Songs (Palmgren, Selim)

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Lisztrachmanino... (2011/2/6)

Editor Carl Engel, editor and translator (1883-1944)
Language English
Publisher. Info. Boston: The Boston Music Co., 1921. Plates B.M. Co. 6601-6607.
Misc. Notes High Quality. This is a collection of random pieces assembled by Boston Music Co. and not a coherent work as done by Palmgren. The original German and Swedish lyrics are not included. Also, the scores note that Mr. Engel "Englished" them. These are not accurate translations but rather free interpretations. (For example, compare the text of No.4 "Autumn", to the translation of the original German poem here: http://www.recmusic.org/lieder/get_text.html?TextId=38187 ).
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General Information

Work Title 6 Songs
Alternative. Title
Composer Palmgren, Selim
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 songs
  1. Sjöfararen vid Milan/By the Kiln (without opus, orig. Swedish text by Gustav Fröding)
  2. Nun die Schatten dunkeln/Darker Grow the Shadows (without opus, orig. German text by Emanuel Geibel)
  3. Din vita ros/The Rose-bud (Op.48 No.2, orig. Swedish text by Astrid Gullstrand)
  4. Herbst/Autumn (Op.20 No.2, orig. German text by Cäsar Flaischlen)
  5. Sommersehnsucht/Midsummer's Day-dream (without opus, orig. German text by Johannes Noack)
  6. Mor/Mother (without opus, orig. Swedish text by A. Gullstrand))
First Publication. 1921
Language Swedish/German (original songs)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Voice and Piano

Misc. Comments

Section Listing

  1. By the Kiln (without opus))
  2. Darker Grow the Shadows (without opus)
  3. The Rose-bud (Op.48 No.2)
  4. Autumn (Op.20 No.2)
  5. Midsummer's Day-dream (without opus)
  6. Mother (without opus)