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The ABRSM Songbook, Book 3

The ABRSM Songbook, Book 3

$69.00
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Tags: Singing

The ABRSM Songbook series offers singers and their teachers an unrivalled choice of core repertoire that will provide the bedrock for many years of rewarding vocal study.

The ABRSM Songbook, Book Three.
Book with 2CDs.

Features:
Art songs, drawn from Grade 3 of the Associated Boards Singing syllabus
A range of repertoire from the Medieval to modern musicals _ many in practical new editions
Irresistible new arrangements by Carol Barratt of classic songs
Authentic unaccompanied traditional songs, sourced from around the world
English singing translations for every non-English-language song _ many newly-commissioned
Useful notes on the songs containing background information and performance suggestions
CDs of piano accompaniments to all the art songs, performed by Simon Lepper, as well as recordings of the text to every song, performed by native speakers

Contents
Betty Roe Orrible Little Blue-Eyes
Trad. A la nanita nana
Trad. Aa Ola, Ola, min eigen onge!
Henry Purcell Ah! how pleasant tis to love
Trad. All things are quite silent
Trad. Coasts of Barbary
Trad. Cuckoo
Anon. arr. Hugh S. Roberton Dalmatian Cradle Song
Ignaz Brll Die Bekehrte
Trad. Fengyang huagu 1 and 2
Gerald Finzi Ferry me across the water
Walford Davies God be in my head
Trad. Green Besoms
Betty Roe Im learning to read
Trad. arr. W. H. Anderson In the garden flowers are growing
Trad. Kalevalainen runos_velm_
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Komm, liebe Zither, komm
Trad. arr. Carol Barratt Llwyn Onn
Franz Schubert Minnelied
Leonard Bernstein My House
Trad. Romn Castillo
Trad. Seventeen Come Sunday
Anon. arr. Maurice Jacobson Sicilian River Song
Trad. Stole mi se o?eni
Joseph, Sir Barnby Sweet and low
Trad. Sweet Nightingale
Trad. arr. Carol Barratt The Banks of Allan Water
Peter Jenkyns The Owls
Eric Thiman The Path to the Moon
Trad. arr. Carol Barratt The Sunflower
Wilhelm Taubert arr. Carol Barratt Wiegenlied
Charles Villiers Stanford Windy Nights

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