6 Pieśni, Op.39 (Niewiadomski, Stanisław)

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Language Polish
Publisher. Info. Pieśni i piosnki, Nos.13-14
Lwow: K.S. Jakubowski, n.d.(ca.1906). Plate K.S.J 96-97.
Misc. Notes #786543: This file is part of the Submission Project.
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Language English / Polish
Translator Felix Goddard (fl.1910s), English Text
Publisher. Info. Selections from the Repertoire of Mme Marcella Sembrich.
Boston: Boston Music Co., 1910. Plate B.M. Co. 2491 F.
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General Information

Work Title 6 Pieśni
Alternative. Title
Composer Niewiadomski, Stanisław
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.39
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ISN 14
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 songs:
  1. Serenada wiosenna
  2. Otwórz Janku! (Surrender, in English)
  3. Ballada o kopciuszku
  4. Wiem ja coś
  5. Amor i serce : piosnka w stylu XVIII wieku
  6. Młynareczka
First Publication. 1902-5 possibly?
Librettist see below
1. Adam Asnyk (1838-1897)
2. Bronisława Ostrowska (1881–1928)
3. Adam Asnyk
5, 6. Antoni Lange (1861-1929)
Language Polish
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voice, piano

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A later publisher published something called, according to Worldcat, "Po szerokiem jasnem niebie : op. 39, no. 2" with a different librettist (Przybylski) (maybe this is one of the Op.39 set just not No.2?...)

Some of the information above gleaned from Worldcat may contain typos (op.39 perhaps for example a misreading for 29 or 49 etc., which opp. also, according to Worldcat, are of songs that contain works by Asnyk and Langie!) so as always is tentative, especially until the first editions are found- and read carefully - firsthand.

Amor i serse is listed separately in the National Library of Poland; Wikisource gives the text and author for no.6. ("Adam Langie" is probably a typo by the American editor?)