Echos d'Angleterre (Weckerlin, Jean-Baptiste)

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Language English / French
Translator Louis Gallet (1835-1898), French text
Publisher. Info. Paris: Durand-Schoenewerk, n.d.[1877]. Plate D.S. et Cie. 1929.
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Publisher. Info. Paris: Durand-Schoenewerk, n.d.[1877]. Plate D.S. & Cie. 1929.
Reprinted Paris: A. Durand & Fils, n.d.(1891 or later). Plate D. & F. 1929.
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Misc. Notes Starting from page 2, the reprinted score pages are identical to the [1877] original. It is the same plate, only the plate number prefix was changed.
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Work Title Echos d'Angleterre
Alternative. Title Mélodies Populaires de l'Angleterre, de l'Écosse, de l'Irlande et du Pays de Galles
Composer Weckerlin, Jean-Baptiste
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 41 songs:
  1. Je l'aime encore / Once I lov'd a maiden fair
  2. Les trois corbeaux / The three Ravens
  3. O ma bien aimée / Oh mistress mine
  4. Le chant d'Ariel / Where the bee sucks (Arne)
  5. Annie Laurie / Annie Lawrie
  6. Marche des hommes de Harlech / March of the men of Harlech
  7. Près de Woodstock / Near Woodstock town
  8. Le foyer / Home, sweet home
  9. Suzanne aux yeux noirs / Black-eyed Susan (Leveridge)
  10. Chloé / The Thorn (W. Shield)
  11. Alice Gray / Alice Gray (Mme P. Millard)
  12. Si j'étais papillon / I'd be a butterfly (T.H. Baily)
  13. Souvenir / Oh no! we never mention her
  14. Souvenirs d'enfance / A North Country lass
  15. Sous le chêne vert / Under the greenwood tree (Arne)
  16. Tom Bowling / Tom Bowling (Dibdin)
  17. La fiancée d'Écosse / The blue bells of Scotland
  18. Le vieux Robin Gray / Auld Robin Gray
  19. Rêve matinal / I've been roaming (Horn)
  20. Le bon vieux temps / Auld lang syne
  21. Robin Adair / Robin Adair
  22. Lord Grégory / Oh! open the door
  23. Simplicité / And ye shall walk in silk attire
  24. Le Lac d'Allan / Allan water
  25. La fleur du soleil / The sunflower
  26. La harpe de Tara / The Harp that once thro' Tara's Halls
  27. Une larme / Has sorrow thy young days shaded
  28. Le jeune ménestrel / The Minstrel-Boy
  29. Chanson d'avril / Oh! doubt me not
  30. Air / Again my mournful sighs (Battishill)
  31. La dernière rose / The last rose of summer
  32. Mon coeur est en Écosse / My heart's in the Highlands
  33. Dors enfant (berceuse) / The window's lament
  34. Matinée de printemps / Llwyn onn -- The ash grove
  35. Le vieux roi Choux / Old King Cole
  36. L'aube du jour / The dawn of day
  37. Le Vicaire de Bray / The Vicar of Bray
  38. Cri de guerre écossais / Pibroch of Donuil Dhu
  39. Honneur à toi, fière Albion / Rule Britannia (Arne)
  40. God save the Queen
First Publication. 1877
Copyright Information Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France :
66e année, Nº 10, 10 Mars 1877, p.142, regno.665.
Language English (with French translation)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, piano

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In amongst the folksongs, there are a few identified composers such as Arne, Leveridge, Shield, Millard, Bayly, Dibdin, Horn, and Battishill.