Contains all the favorites, with highlights in both sacred and secular music. Titles: Angels from the Realms of Glory * Lovely Sky of Christmas Eve * What Can I Give Him * Sleep, O Sleep, My Lovely Child * Patapan * The White World of Winter * The Christmas Tree with Candles Glowing * Winter Wonderland * and more.
This book presents a collection of over 50 traditional 19th and early 20th century songs full of fun and foolishness written for voice and piano in guitar-friendly keys. Complete lyrics, suggested guitar chords, as well as standard piano notation are provided. The song list includes such classics as New Jersey Turnpike; Phil the Fluther's Ball; Shootin' With Rasputin; George Washington Bridge; Away With Rum; and many more.
Gloria's Spanish album is breathtaking Each song is in Spanish with English lyric pages. Titles are: Ayer * Con Los A�os Que Me Quedan * Hablas de M� * Hablemos el Mismo Idioma * Mi Buen Amor * Mi Tierra * Montuno * No Hay Mal Que Por Bien no Venga * �Si Se�or . . . * Tradicion * Tus Ojos * Volver�s.
Forty powerful songs from the heavy-metal masters. Includes: Stairway to Heaven * Black Dog * Dazed and Confused * Immigrant Song * Rock and Roll * Whole Lotta Love * Heartbreaker and many, many more. 228 pages.
Titles in this 44-song collection from the three-time Oscar winner and five-time Grammy winner include: The Hands of Time * How Do You Keep the Music Playing? * I Will Wait for You * Little Boy Lost * The Summer Knows (Theme from The Summer of '42)
You need only minimal playing skills and three chords--G, C, and D7--to accompany all the great songs in this innovative book. If you are just getting started, or if you are a casual player on a chording instrument, this is the perfect book for you.
The Pathways of Song series offers concert songs in easy vocal ranges for the voice student, by composers such as Schubert, Brahms, Handel, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Haydn. The series includes representative repertoire, with English translations and piano accompaniment.
In the summer of 1780, Mozart received a commission from Munich to write an opera seria -- a form of opera that catered to eighteenth-century tastes for stories with classical and mythological subjects and for musical scores that provided ample opportunities for bravura singing. Idomeneo, first performed at the Court Opera in Munich early in 1781, triumphantly reveals the young composer at the summit of his powers. Rather than the stereotypical score that was often little more than a thinly contrived excuse for exhibitionistic singing, Mozart's music was rich in dramatic force and heroic emotion, with a new emphasis on choral singing and exceptionally full and elaborate scoring -- qualities amply demonstrated in this authoritative full-score edition of the opera.
High drama asserts itself in the scene most crucial to the plot: caught in a storm at sea, King Idomeaeus of Crete has promised Neptune that if spared from imminent shipwreck he will sacrifice the first person he sees upon reaching land. As he touches shore, the first person the king sees is his son, Idamantes. The exciting drama that follows, brought to life by Mozart's masterly score, will delight opera lovers, singers, musicians, and music students. Idomeneo is reprinted here from the authoritative full-score edition published by Breitkopf & H rtel.