Language Of Song: Advanced

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A wealth of the classic song repertoire in Italian, German, French and Russian, selected and presented to develop the vital skills required to sing in a foreign language

Each song gives both a literal and poetic translation of the text, with a detailed pronunciation guide using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) and background information on the song in question

The accompanying CDs provide the text for each song spoken by a native speaker and expert language consultants who specialise in coaching singers and a piano accompaniment recorded by acclaimed pianist Iain Farrington

Many songs selected on the new ABRSM Singing Syllabus, valid from January 2009

An invaluable resource for all singing students and teachers


  • Apres Un Reve [Faure]
  • At The Ball [Tchaikovsky]
  • Chanson D'Avril [Bizet]
  • Chanson Triste [Duparc]
  • Die Mainacht [Brahms]
  • Du Bist Die Ruh [Schubert]
  • Du Bist Wie Eine Blume [Schumann]
  • Il Fervido Desiderio [Bellini]
  • Immer Leiser Wird Mein Schlummer [Brahms]
  • Les Berceaux [Faure]
  • Les Filles De Cadix [Viardot]
  • Les Roses D'Ispahan [Faure]
  • Mandoline [Debussy]
  • Mattinata [Leoncavallo]
  • None But The Lonely Heart [Tchaikovsky]
  • Notre Amour [Faure]
  • O Del Mio Dolce Ardor Bramato Oggetto [Gluck]
  • Oh Stay My Love Forsake Me Not [Rachmaninov]
  • Poveri Affetti Miei [Vivaldi]
  • Pur Dicesti, O Bocca Bella [Lotti]
  • Soldier's Wife, The [Rachmaninov]
  • Sovra Il Campo Della Vita [Donizetti]
  • Traum Durch Die Dammerung [R Strauss]
  • Verborgenheit [Wolf]
  • Wer Hat Dies Liedlein Erdacht? [Mahler]
  • Widmung [Schumann]


Product IDCOBS012888715
Editor/Arranger Pegler & Nicola-Jane Kemp, Heidi
Instrumentation Voice & Piano - Medium Voice
Publisher Faber Music
Publisher Ref No 0571530761
Grading Advanced
Media Book & CD
No of Pages80

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