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Vocal Warm-Ups: 200 Excercises for chorus and solo singers
Heizmann, Klaus
 


 
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Kurt Bikkembergs, Richard Francis, Frank Van Nimwegen, Coen Vermeeren: Blake Songs (8 Part-songs for mixed choir)


 
Title

Blake Songs (8 Part-songs for mixed choir)

Composer

Kurt Bikkembergs, Richard Francis, Frank Van Nimwegen, Coen Vermeeren

Instrumentation

Choir (four-part)

Publisher Intrada Muziekuitgave
   
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The poet, painter and engraver William Blake (1757-1827) was a typical misunderstood genius. He lived in poverty and obscurity, and only received recognition after his death. There were only a few short periods in which Blake could support himself by painting. Blake has never earned any money with his poetry. It was not until the second half of the twentieth century that Blake received the reputation of being Britain’s greatest poet since Shakespeare. With this publication, Intrada wants to stimulate several composers to show their vision of this. Sleep, sleep, beauty bright; The wild flower’s song; Never pain to tell thy Love; How to know Love from Deceit Song; Cradle Song; The little boy lost; The little boy found