Gypsy Songs, Op.55 (Dvořák, Antonín)
German / English / Czech
Berlin: N. Simrock, n.d.(1880?).
Arrangements and Transcriptions
Songs My Mother Taught Me (No.4)
For Voice and Piano Quartet or Quintet (Déjardin)
Complete score, parts (medium voice, piano quartet)
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Complete score, parts (medium voice, piano quintet)
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For Violin and Piano (Powell)
For Cello and Piano (Grünfeld)
For Cello and Piano (Kreisler-Limsky)
Lev Limsky (a.k.a. Lev Semyonovich Yerusalimsky) (???)
Moscow: Muzyka, n.d. Plate 15553.
First part of Fritz Kreisler's 1911-14 Slavonic Fantasy, arranged for cello and piano.
Also called Melody or Gypsy Song "Limsky" possibly an alias of Kreisler's?
For Piano solo (Schütt)
|Work Title||Gypsy Songs|
|Alternative Title||Cigánské melodie; Zigeunermelodien|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||Op.55 ; B.104|
|Year/Date of Composition||1880|
|First Performance||1881-02-04 in Vienna (Nos.1 and 3)|
|Librettist||Adolf Heyduk (1835–1923)|
|Average Duration||14 minutes|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
Wikipedia (Songs My Mother Taught Me)
|Extra Information||Heyduk translated his own Czech poems into German. Dvorák set them for the tenor at the Viennese Court Opera, Gustav Walther, in German, and for publication in his own country, with slight alterations only, in Czech.|