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Songs II - Low Voice & Piano

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Following the publication of Dvorák's early set of love songs “Cypresses”, all his other songs with piano accompaniment are now appearing in Urtext editions.

“Songs II” includes the mature works from Dvorák's late period. Besides the well-known cycle “Love Songs” and the less well-known cycle “Three Modern Greek Songs”, the volume also contains some entirely unknown and previously unpublished pieces: “Lullaby” and the posthumously published “Song from The Smith of Lešetín” completed by Josef Suk.

The songs are presented in chronological order in volumes for high and low voice. Each volume contains the vocal text underlaid in three languages (Cz/Eng/Ger). For the most part the translations have been taken from the first edition.

• Second volume of the new five-volume Urtext edition of the complete songs
• First Urtext edition with detailed Foreword (Cz/Eng/Ger) and Critical Commentary (Eng) by the editor
• Some songs appear for the first time in print
• Vocal texts in three languages (Cz/Eng/Ger)

Replaces H1757, H1975, H2829, H1831, H2195 and H2227

137 Pages, 30.90 x 23.0cm

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Songs II - Low Voice & Piano
  • Composer/Author: Dvorak, Antonin
  • Instrumentation: Low Voice & Piano
  • Contents:

    Predmluva
    Preface
    Vorwort
    Texty písní / Song Texts / Liedtexte

    Dvorák, Antonín - Tri novorecke básne / Drei neugriechische Gedichte / Three Modern Greek Poems op. 50 B 84b:
    Librettist: Nebeský, Václav Bolemír
    I. Koljas (písen kleftská / Kleftenlied / Klepht Song)
    II. Nereidy (balada) / Nereiden (Ballade) / Nereids (Ballad)
    III. Zalozpev Pargy (písen hrdinná) / Pargas Klagenlied (Heldenlied) / Parga's Lament (Heroic Song)

    Dvorák, Antonín - Písne na slova Gustava Pflegra-Moravskeho / Lieder auf Worte von Gustav Pfleger-Moravsky / Songs to Words by Gustav Pfleger-Moravsky op. 2 B 123-124:
    Librettist: Pfleger-Moravský, Gustav
    I. Vy, vroucí písne, pejte / Ihr Lieder sollt' ertönen / Sing Fervent Songs
    II. O, byl to krásny, zlaty sen / Es war der allerschönste Traum / Oh! What a Perfect Golden Dream
    III. Me srdce casto v bolesti / Mein Herz ist traurig gram­erfüllt / Downcast am I
    IV. Na horách ticho, v udolí ticho / Ruhe im Tale, Ruhe auf Bergen / Everything's Still in Valley and Mountain

    Dvorák, Antonín - Dve písne na lidove texty / Zwei Lieder auf Volkstexte / Two Songs on Folk Poems s. op. B 142:
    I. Ukolebavka / Wiegenlied / Lullaby
    II. Prekázka v poboznosti / Gestörte Andacht / A Hindrance to Devotion

    Dvorák, Antonín - V národním tonu / Im Volkston / In Folk Tone op. 73 B 146:
    I. Dobru noc (slovenská) / Gute Nacht (Slowakisch) / Good Night (Slovak)
    II. Zalo dievca, zalo trávu (slovenská) / Die Mäherin (Slowakisch) / The Mower (Slovak)
    III. Ach, není tu (ceská) / Klage (Böhmisch) / Maiden's Lament (Czech)
    IV. Ej, mám já kona faku (slovenská) / Besitz und Verlust (Slowakisch) / Loved and Lost (Slovak)

    Dvorák, Antonín - Ctyri písne / Vier Lieder / Four Songs op. 82 B 157:
    Librettist: Malybrok-Stieler, Otilie
    I. Kez duch muj sám / Lasst mich allein / Leave Me Alone
    II. Pri vysívání / Die Stickerin / Over Her Embroidery
    III. Jaro / Frühling / Spring-tide
    IV. U potoka / Am Bache / At the Brook

    Dvorák, Antonín - Písne milostne / Liebeslieder / Love Songs op. 83 B 160:
    Librettist: Pfleger-Moravský, Gustav
    I. O, nasí lásce nekvete / Wird doch die Liebe nie zu frohem Ziel jemals uns leiten / Never Will Love Lead Us to that Glad
    II. V tak mnohem srdci mrtvo jest / Tot ist's in mancher Menschenbrust / Death Reigns in Many a Human Breast
    III. Kol domu se ted potácím / Ich schleich' mich um jenes Haus herum / I Wander Oft Past Yonder House
    IV. Já vím, ze v sladke nadeji / Ich weiß, dass meiner Lieb' zu dir / I Know That on My Love to Thee
    V. Nad krajem vevodí lehky spánek / Rings die Natur nun in Schlummer und Träumen / Nature Lies Peaceful in Slumber
    VI. Zde v lese u potoka / Im tiefen Walde steh' ich / In the Deepest Forest Glade I Stand
    VII. V te sladke moci ocí tvych / Im süßen Bann von deinem Blick / When Thy Sweet Glances on Me Fall
    VIII. O, duse drahá, jedinká / Du einzig Teure / Thou Only, Dear One

    Dvorák, Antonín - Ukolebavka / Wiegenlied / Lullaby s. op. B 194
    Librettist: Jelínek, F. L.
    Dvorák, Antonín - Zpev z Lesetínskeho kováre / Lied aus der Dichtung "Der Schmied von Leschetin" / Song from "The Smith of Lesetín" op. posth. B 204
    Librettist: Cech, Svatopluk

    Príloha / Anhang / Appendix:

    Dvorák, Antonín - Písne na slova Gustava Pflegra-Moravskeho / Lieder auf Worte von Gustav Pfleger-Moravsky / Songs to Words by Gustav Pfleger-Moravsky op. 2 B 123-124:
    Librettist: Pfleger-Moravský, Gustav
    III. Kol domu se ted potácím (první verze písne c. 3 z Písní milostnych) / Ich schleich' mich um jenes Haus herum (Erste Fassung des Liedes Nr. 3 aus "Liebeslieder") / I Wander Oft Past Yonder House (First version of song No. 3 from "Love songs")
    IV. O, nasí lásce nekvete (první verze písne c. 4 z Písní milostnych) / Wird doch die Liebe nie zu frohem Ziel jemals uns leiten (Erste Fassung des Liedes Nr. 3 aus "Liebeslieder") / Never Will Love Lead Us to that Glad Goal (First version of song No. 3 from"Love songs")

    Critical Report

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