The Morning of the Year (Cadman, Charles Wakefield)

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Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. New York: Schirmer, 1910. Plate 21929.
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Part 1: March and April

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Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, 1910. Plate 28515.
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Work Title The Morning of the Year
Alternative. Title A song-cycle for four solo voices (soprano, alto, tenor and bass) with piano accompaniment
Composer Cadman, Charles Wakefield
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 21 pieces in 2 parts:
I. March and April
  1. Prelude (piano)
  2. Spirit of Spring (quartet)
  3. With Rushing Winds (recitative - bass)
  4. I Martius am (solo - bass)
  5. Spirit, arise (invocation - soprano)
  6. My Tears are Falling (solo - alto)
  7. Sweet Laggard, Come (recitative - tenor)
  8. All the World is Spring Today (solo - tenor)
  9. I Hear the Whispering Voice of Spring (quartet)
  10. April is Here (recitative - alto)
  11. Welcome! Sweet Wind (aria - soprano)
  12. Intermezzo
II. May
  1. Again the sun is Over all (recitative - tenor)
  2. Alas, That My Heart is a Lute (solo and duet - soprano and tenor)
  3. The Softly-Warbled Song (recitative - alto)
  4. The Brooklet Came from the Mountain (solo - bass)
  5. I Saw the Bud-Crowned Spring Go Forth (quartet)
  6. The Moon Behind the Cottonwood (solo - alto)
  7. Look Forth, Beloved (recitative - tenor)
  8. I Cannot Sing to Thee as I Would Sing (serenade - tenor)
  9. O Spirit of the Spring, Delay (quartet)
First Publication. 1910 – New York: G. Schirmer
Librettist Nelle Richmond Eberhart (1871–1944), "selected from works of modern poets"
Language English
Dedication James Stephen Martin, Pittsburgh
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Solo voices (SATB) and piano