|First Publication||1853 – New York, by the composer.|
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|Work Title||Sunset Chimes|
|Alternative. Title||12 Songs for Voice with Piano or Organ|
|Composer||Heinrich, Anthony Philip|
|First Publication.||1853 – New York, by the composer.|
|Librettist||No.1: Frances Sargent Locke Osgood (1811–1850)|
Nos.3–5 : A.J.H. Duganne (1823–1884) (Augustine Joseph Hickey Duganne)
No.6 : Henry T. Drowne (1822–1897) (Henry Thayer Drowne)
No.7: poss. Henry C. Lewis (fl.1818)
No.8: William B. Tappan (Bingham) (1794–1849)
Nos.9–11: poss. the composer?
|Dedication||No.1:To Julia W. Pomeroy.|
No.5: To the Misses Mower
No.6: Maria de la Dolores Stückler
No.8:Madame la Baronne Julie de Marguerittes
No.9: A Musical "Vale" to Luther B. Wyman, Esq.
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Romantic|
|External Links||(contains materials on librettists, MIDI sound files of some of the songs here)|
Sunset Chimes appears as part of Songs Vol.IV in the Kallisti Press Heinrich Edition (edited by Andrew Stiller, 2002.)
Apparently according to PDMusic "Remember Me!" - or a song of the exact same title and first line? - appeared in a 1820 collection, The Western Minstrel: a Collection of Original, Moral, Patriotic, & Sentimental Songs for the Voice & Piano Forte, Interspersed with Airs, Waltzes, &c. "Opera Seconda", by Heinrich, released(?) 1820. Vale is Latin for Farewell (e.g. Ave Atque Vale, Hail and Farewell.)- Schissel