The Close of Day (Clappé, Arthur A.)
possibly William F. Sudds (1843–1920) (compiler of edition)
Cæcilian Edition of Octavo Glees and Part Songs, No.173.
[Philadelphia]: W.F. Shaw, 1884.
|Work Title||The Close of Day|
|Composer||Clappé, Arthur A.|
|First Publication||1884 – [Philadelphia]: W.F. Shaw (or earlier)|
|Librettist||Johann Wilhelm Hey (1789–1854), translated/adapted to English by Francis L. Soper (fl.1850–fl.1890?) (in a 1850 publication used by several composers, see )|
|Instrumentation||Solo or chorus Soprano/Alto/Tenor/Bass, piano|
Piano has somewhat independent part so is not for rehearsal purposes only (performance without the piano part of the choral parts as is does not look feasible.) - Schissel