Echoes of War, Op.66 (Cui, César)

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Editor Lyle K. Neff (to remove the English text and restore the Russian)
Publisher. Info. New York: John Franklin Music Co., 1917. Plate "War 4 medium"
Misc. Notes This edition was published originally only with English text by Judah. A. Joffe, who died in 1966. For copyright reasons, Joffe's text is omitted and replaced by the original Russian poem by Vl. Linder from 1904. The original poem is quoted in M.I. Lil'e's diary about the seige of Port Arthur.
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Editor V. Gerchik
Publisher. Info. Moscow/Leningrad: Gos. muz. izd-vo, 1947. Plate М. 18709 Г.
(A collection of Cui's songs entitled Избранные романсы)
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Language Russian ; German
Publisher. Info. Moscow: P. Jurgenson, 1904. Plate 29827.
Misc. Notes includes German translation under title "Der Lenz"
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General Information

Work Title Echoes of War
Alternative. Title Отзвуки войны ; Десять романсов
Composer Cui, César
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.66
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ICC 22
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 10
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1904–05
First Publication. 1904–05
Librettist 1. Vladimir Linder
3. Aleksandr Pushkin (1799–1837)
4. N. Malashkin
Language Russian
Dedication various
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice with piano accompaniment

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Section Listing

  1. На пиру («Чем громче праздний пир шумит»)
  2. Война («Война—это слезы невинных страдальцев»)
  3. Мне бой знаком
  4. Весна-красна (былина)(«Повстречая перехожий калика»)
  5. Варяг («Идет свершить свой подвиг славный»)
  6. Памяти С.О. Макарова («Спи, северный витязь»)
  7. В эти дни испытанья
  8. В дни войны («Тяжелые, мучительные дни»)
  9. Зима
  10. Раненый орел («Орел распростершись, на землю упал»)

Publication History

  • Moscow: Jurgenson, 1904–05. Plates 30523, 29826, 29377, 29828, 29376, 29458, 30548, 29873, 31498, 31499 (Nos.1–10); 29827 (orchestral arrangement of No.4)