4 Romances, Op.2 (Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay)

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 Complete score
#20144 - 0.46MB, 10 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0- V/V*/V* - 4731x

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Lyle Neff (2008/8/1)

PMLP46797-rimsky Op02.pdf
Editor:

Maksimilian Steinberg (1883-1946)
Andrey Rimsky-Korsakov (1878-1940)

Publisher Info.:

N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov: Complete Collected Works, vol.45 (Полное собрание сочинений).
Moscow: Muzgiz, 1946. Plate M. ? Г.

Reprinted:

Moscow: Muzyka, 1969. Plate 5916.

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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 3. Lullaby (for low voice)
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Lyle Neff (2008/7/31)

PMLP46797-Rimsky Op02 3 Eng.pdf
Editor:

Ernest Newman (1868-1959)

Translator:

Robert H. Hamilton, English text

Publisher Info.:

From the collection Modern Russian Songs. Boston: O. Ditson, 1919.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Original artsong in D major, for low voice. Despite the indications at the top of this piece, it was modified somewhat (besides being transposed to E major) for the opera The Noblewoman Vera Sheloga, Op.54, which itself derives from the first act of Mey's play The Maid of Pskov and constitutes the separable prologue to the composer's opera of the same name.

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General Information

Work Title 4 Romances
Alternative Title 4 Романcа
Composer Rimsky-Korsakov, Nikolay
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.2
Movements/Sections 4 songs:
  1. Lean Thy Cheek to Mine (Щекою к щеке ты моей приложись)
  2. Eastern Song: The Nightingale Enslaved by the Rose
(Восточный романс: «Пленившись розой, соловей»)
  1. Lullaby (Колыбельная песня: «Баю, баюшки баю»)
  2. From My Tears (Из слез моих)
Year/Date of Composition 1865–66
First Publication 1866 – St. Petersburg: Bessel
Librettist Various:
1, 4. Mikhail Mikhaylov (1829–1865), after Heinrich Heine (1797–1856)
2. Aleksey Koltsov (1809–1842)
3. Lev Mey (1822–1862)
Language Russian
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice + Piano
Related Works A modified version of No.3 was used in the opera The Noblewoman Vera Sheloga, Op.54.
External Links The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive
Extra Information The piano part of No.1 was supposedly written by Mily Balakirev.
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