I am pleased to announce two new scrolling score YouTube videos for my arrangements of *Nine Songs from Twelve Songs, Op. 27 (Zemlinsky) for Soprano Solo, SATB Chorus, and Piano or Orchestra. The videos are synthesized performances and scrolling scores in search of live performances.
* The three missing songs are composed to texts by Langston Hughes and Claude McKay; alphabetically they are titled African Dance (LH), Harlem Dancer (CM), and Misery (LH). Although the texts are in the Public Domain, the German translations by Anna Siemsen that Zemlinsky used are protected in the EU until 2037. Videos including the translations that would be broadcast to the world on a service such as YouTube are forbidden until then. However, those three songs may be performed in the USA until 2037 and worldwide thereafter. The sheet music is available from the ">arranger.
• Piano/Vocal Score (soprano solo and piano; each song is also available separately)
• Piano/Choral Score (soprano solo, SATB chorus, and piano; each song is also available separately)
• Full Orchestral Score for vocal version
• Full Orchestral Score for choral version
• Instrumental Parts that work with both versions
• Each song is available separately
Clarinet in B-flat/optional Soprano Saxophone in B-flat in songs 7–9
2 Horns in F
Trumpet in B-flat
Percussion (Glockenspiel, Suspended Cymbal, Wind Chimes, Bass Drum, Timpani, Tom-toms )
DURATION: ca. 17:00
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