A Century of Russian Song (Schindler, Kurt)



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Editor Kurt Schindler (1882-1935)
Publisher. Info. New York: G. Schirmer, 1911. Plate 22724.
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Work Title A century of Russian song, from Glinka to Rachmaninoff
Alternative. Title
Composer Schindler, Kurt
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 50
  1. Arensky: Little Fish's Song
  2. Balakirev: Oh, come to me
  3. Borodin: A Dissonance
  4. Borodin: Flowers of love
  5. Borodin: The Sea-Queen
  6. Borodin: The Sleeping Princess
  7. Borodin: "Slowly the daylight departs" (from Prince Igor)
  8. Borodin: Song of the Dark Forest
  9. Cui: Poet and Critic
  10. Dargomyzhsky: Heavenly clouds
  11. Dargomyzhsky: Only love
  12. Dargomyzhsky: "Ye dear, fleeting hours"
  13. Glazunov: The Nereid
  14. Glinka: "Ah, kindly star" (from Russlan and Ludmilla)
  15. Glinka: "How sweet it is when I'm with you"
  16. Glinka: "The truth is suspected" (from A Life for the Tsar)
  17. Mussorgsky: The Beetle
  18. Mussorgsky: By the water
  19. Mussorgsky: Child's song
  20. Mussorgsky: Cradle song of the Poor
  21. Mussorgsky: Death and the Peasant (Trepak)
  22. Mussorgsky: Divination by Water (from Khovanshchina)
  23. Mussorgsky: Hopak
  24. Mussorgsky: Martha's Song (from Khovanshchina)
  25. Mussorgsky: Oriental Chant (from Josua Navine)
  26. Mussorgsky: Peasant Cradle-Song (from Voyevoda)
  27. Mussorgsky: The Siege of Kazan (from Boris Godunov)
  28. Rachmaninoff: "Before my window"
  29. Rachmaninoff: "How sweet the place"
  30. Rachmaninoff: Lilacs
  31. Rachmaninoff: Morning
  32. Rachmaninoff: "O thou billowy harvest-field!"
  33. Rimsky-Korsakov: A Southern Night
  34. Rimsky-Korsakov: Hebrew Love-Song
  35. Rimsky-Korsakov: Little Snowflake's Aria (from Snegourotchka)
  36. Rimsky-Korsakov: On the Georgian Hills
  37. Rimsky-Korsakov: Song of the Shepard Lehl (from Snegourotchka)
  38. Rimsky-Korsakov: Sylvan Roundelay (from Snegourotchka)
  39. Rubinstein: "Bend, lovely bud"
  40. Rubinstein: "Be not so coy, my pretty maid"
  41. Rubinstein: "I feel thy breath blow round me"
  42. Rubinstein: "My heart all beauty takes from thee"
  43. Rubinstein: "Not with angels"
  44. Rubinstein: "When I see those little feet of thine"
  45. Tchaikovsky: At the Ball
  46. Tchaikovsky: A Legend
  47. Tchaikovsky: The Canary
  48. Tchaikovsky: Evening
  49. Tchaikovsky: Springtime
  50. Tchaikovsky: "'Tis evening" (Duet for soprano and alto from Pique Dame)
First Publication. 1911
Language English, German, French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice and piano

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