26 Welsh Songs, WoO 155 (Beethoven, Ludwig van)

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Naxos

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Editor First edition
George Thomson
Publisher. Info. London: Preston, n.d.[1817]
Edinburgh: G. Thomson, 1817. – co-publisher
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Misc. Notes Songs numbered 61-90. Includes 4 songs arranged by Joseph Haydn (Hob.XXXIb:39-42), also marked 'H' on contents page.
#327895 has Violin and Cello parts appended - these are missing in #51478.
Title-page transcription: A Select Collection of Original Welsh Airs, Adapted for the Voice, United to Characteristic English Poetry never before Published, with Introductory & Concluding Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Piano Forte or Harp, Violin & Violoncello, composed [i.e. arranged] partly by Haydn, but chiefly by Beethoven. Vol.3
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Publisher. Info. Ludwig van Beethovens Werke, Serie 24:
Lieder mit Pianoforte, Violine und Violoncell, Nr.263

Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, n.d.[1865]. Plate B.263.
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General Information

Work Title 26 Welsh Songs, WoO 155
Alternative. Title
Composer Beethoven, Ludwig van
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 26 songs
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1810–15
First Publication. 1817
Librettist Anne Hunter
William Smyth (1765-1849)
William Robert Spencer
Sir William Jones II (1746-1794)
Robert Burns
John Richardson
Anne Grant (1755-1838)
Richard Llwyd (1752-1835)
Rev. Roberts of Pentre after Dafydd ap Gwilym
Amelia Opie
Walter Scott
Language English (+ translations)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation 1-2 voice(s), piano or harp; violin & cello ad lib.

Misc. Comments

Cover of 1st edition gives Harp as an alternative for Piano