Edited by Barbara Garvey Jackson. With a preface. Text by Victor Hugo. Beach's Opus 21 was first published for voice and piano in 1893. This version was prepared by Beach in 1899, and survives as a manuscript held at the University of New Hampshire. This volume includes singing texts in French and…
With a program note. This song sets a poem by Lady Leonora Speyer, who was a contemporary of Beach. The song was first published in 1928.
Born in Cincinnati, Hier's works were included in the Festival of American Women Composers in Washington DC in 1925, and later that year she founded the Society of American Women Composers along with Amy Beach, Mary Howe and others.
Compiled and edited by Gail Smith. This volume contains music by Amy Beach, Teresa Carreño, Cecile Chaminade, Louise Farrenc, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, Margaret Ruthven Lang, Clara Gottschalk Peterson, and Clara Schumann. With a preface and biographical notes.
Edited by Amy Camus and with introduction by Adrienne Fried Block. Contains: La Captive; Berceuse; Mazurka; Dreaming; Pastoralae.
A cycle of six pieces dedicated to Amy Beach Wood.
String Quartet in E minor by Ethel Smyth; String Quartet in One Movement, op. 89 by Amy Beach; Phantasy String Quartet in D minor by Susan Spain-Dunk.
…Hey Nonny No! / Samuel Barber -- Mother, I Cannot Mind My Wheel / Barber -- A Slumber Song of the Madonna / Barber -- The Year's At the Spring / Amy Beach -- Sugar in the Cane / Paul Bowles -- February Twilight / John Duke -- Where the Music Comes From / Lee Hoiby -- In the Mornin' / Charles Ives --…
Two songs for medium-low voice and piano: I (poem by Cecil Fanning); and Wind o' the Westland (poem by Dana Burnet). Reprint edition.
Words by Armand Silvestre. English text by Mrs. H.H.A. Beach. Brief biographical introduction.
Harvard University Choir, conducted by Murray Forbes Somerville.
Adrienne Fried Block, Co-Director of the Project for the Studyof Women in Music and co-editor of Women in American Music: a Bibliography of Music and Literature, illustrates the life, works and legacy of Amy Beach, with b&w ill, music examples, catalog of works, appendix, bibliography, index.
Contents: Scottish Legend, Op. 51 No. 1 -- A Hermit Thrush at Morn, Op. 92 No. 2 -- Fire-Flies, Op. 15 No. 4 -- In Autumn, Op. 15 No. 1 -- Bal masque, Op. 22 -- Arctic Night, Op. 64 No. 1 -- Menuet Italien, Op. 28 No. 2 -- From Blackbird Hills, Op. 83 -- Honeysuckle, Op. 97 No. 5 -- Variations on…
Music of Rebecca Clarke; Alma Mahler; Libby Larsen; Clara Schumann; Lili Boulanger; Lisbeth Alexander-Katz; Amy Beach.
Music by Amy Beach, Michael Brown, Maurice Ravel, and Richard Strauss. Brown accompanies on piano.
With articles on: Amy Beach, Isabel Mundry, Luise Reichart, Pauline Oliveros, Pauline Viardot-Garcia, Chiara Margarita Cozzolani and Sibylle Pomorin.
The Choir of Shadyside Presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh performs anthems and orisons by Percy Whitlock, John Rutter, Maurice Durufle, Amy Beach, and others.
Contains songs by: Veracini, Henry Purcell, Pietro Cimara, Herbert, Amy Beach, Alfred R. Gaul, Eva Dell'Acqua, Thomas Arne and many others. Includes online access to piano accompaniments.
A disc of piano music by female composers such as Ruth Almen, Amy Beach, Doreen Carwithen, Ruth Crawford, Germaine Tailleferre, and others.
A collection of piano pieces by Marie Antoinette, Madame Dussek, Fanny Hensel, Clara Schumann, Clara Gottschalk Peterson, Queen Liliuokalani, Teresa Carreno, Cecile Chaminade, Amy Beach and Gail Smith. With notes on each composer.
A generous collection of songs for medium and low voices, by composers such as Samuel Barber, Amy Beach, Norman Dello Joio, Charles Griffes, Jake Heggie, Charles Ives, John Jacob Niles, Virgil Thomson, and more. With notes on each composer.