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3 Two-Part Songs

COMPOSER: Benjamin Britten
PUBLISHER: Chester Music
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Softcover]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Women's Choir
1. The Ride-by-nights 2. The Rainbow 3. The Ship of Rio for boys' or girls'/women's voices and piano Texts: Walter de la Mare Publisher: Chester Music Difficulty level: 1 These are three lovely songs making a really delightful setin a concert programme. They were originally called Three Studies in
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Composer Benjamin Britten
Editor Ronald Corp
Publisher Chester Music
Instrumentation 2-Part Choir and Piano
Product Type Book [Softcover]
Instrument Group Women's Choir
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2010
ISBN 9781849387040
Style Period Post 1901
Voicing 2-Part
No. Pages 20
No. MUSCH76615
Description
1. The Ride-by-nights 2. The Rainbow 3. The Ship of Rio for boys' or girls'/women's voices and piano Texts: Walter de la Mare Publisher: Chester Music Difficulty level: 1 These are three lovely songs making a really delightful setin a concert programme. They were originally called Three Studies in Canon and that says all that needs to be said about how these pieces are structured. Britten loved writing in canon and seemed to tease out the fun of havingvoices leading and following each other. Remember that fabulous three-part canon in the Ceremony of Carols: This little babe as one of the most brilliant examples. These pieces are very straightforward for all participants - pianoand voices and are ideal material for schools or for upper voice choirs looking for original material which lights a special touch paper. Duration: 6 minutes Paul Spicer, Lichfield, 2011
Songlist
  • 1. The Rainbow
  • 2. The Ride-By-Nights
  • 3. The Ship Of Rio
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