Nieuwe Stichtelijke Liederen (Reijden, Dirk van der)

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Scores

2-Part Harmony

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Fynnjamin (2017/4/9)

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Editor Part 1 - 4th edition
Part 2 - 1st edition
Publisher. Info. Amsterdam: Willem van Vliet, 1818.
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Misc. Notes Edition in 2-part harmony. In addition to harmonized verse 1, the melody is given with text underlay for all verses.
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4-Part Harmony

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Fynnjamin (2017/4/12)

Publisher. Info. Amsterdam: Willem van Vliet, 1810.
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Misc. Notes Dirk van der Reijden's 4-part harmonization, for the Zanglievend Gezelschap te Steenwijk.
Only verse 1 is given for each song (requiring use of a separate book of Hazeu's texts for other verses)
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Fynnjamin (2017/4/28)

Publisher. Info. Groningen: J. Römelingh, 1822.
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Misc. Notes Dirk van der Reijden's 4-part harmonization
Only verse 1 is given for each song (requiring use of a separate book of Hazeu's texts for other verses)
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General Information

Work Title Nieuwe Stichtelijke Liederen
Alternative. Title Nieuwe Stichtelijke Liederen voor de huisgezinnen en gezelschappen der Christenen
Composer Reijden, Dirk van der
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's Part I (1806)
Part II (1818)
First Publication. 1806
Librettist Johannes Hazeu (1754-1834)
Language Dutch
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation 2 voices; 4 voices (traditionally male chorus, though not specified)
External Links Youtube example of the Hazeuzangers tradition
Website of Hazeuzangers in Nieuwleusen
Extra Information In the editions with 4-part harmony, a system is used where each part reads from a (transposing) C-clef, supposedly doing away with the need to learn different clefs.