Cantare et sonare (Duis, Ernst)

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Editor Ernst Duis
Theodor Storkebaum
Fritz Jöde (1887-1970), series editor
Publisher. Info. Hausmusik No.7/8
Wolfenbüttel: Julius Zwißler, 1920.
Misc. Notes grayscale
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Work Title Cantare et sonare
Alternative. Title Kleine Hausmusiken
Composer Duis, Ernst
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 13 songs/pieces:
  1. Giovanni Battista Martini Gavotte from Organ Sonata in F major, B 4.I.12 (arr. for 2 violins, lute)
  2. (Alte Tageweise, Melodie 1602), Wo find' ich denn dein's Vaters haus, Zwiegesang (arr. for male voice, female voice, lute)
  3. (13.Jahrhundert) Kumme, kum, Geselle min. (arr. for 3 voices, violin)
  4. (Aus Schlesien (from Silesia)) Ufm Berge, da geht der Wind (arr. for 3 voices)
  5. Melchior Franck, Du liebe Maienzeit, 1611 (arr. for 3 voices, violin)
  6. (Flämisches Volkslied), Der Liebesbote (arr. for 3 voices, 3 violins)
  7. (16.Jahrhundert), Landsknechtsmarsch (arr. for 3 voices)
  8. Sie gleicht wohl einem Rosenstock (arr. for 3 voices)
  9. (Volkslied), Grünet, felder, Grünet, Wiesen (arr. for 3 voices, flute (or 2nd violin), violin)
  10. (15.Jahrhundert), Weckruf (arr. for 3 voices)
  11. Wie kommt's daß du so traurig bist? (arr. for soprano, alto, baritone, violin)
  12. Christoph Willibald Gluck, Reigen aus der Oper Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq.30 (arr. for 4 violins)
  13. George Frideric Handel, Sarabande (arr. 2 violins, viola, cello); any information about what this is from would be appreciated, so it can be linked to the original work.
First Publication. 1920
Language German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation see above, Contents