Svatebni kosile (The Bartered Bride) Op. 69 SATB - Antonin Dvorak

Solo soprano voice/solo tenor voice/solo bass voice/mixed choir/orchestra (Soprano Voice Solo, Tenor Voice Solo, Bass Solo, SATB Choir, Orchestra) Dramatic cantata to the words by Karel JaromYr Erben. Composed by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited by Frantisek Bartos / Antonin Cubr. Arranged by Karel Solc. Paperback. Replaces H 2206. Vocal score. Opus 69. Baerenreiter Verlag #BA09544-90. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA09544-90). Item Number: BA.BA09544-90 ISBN 9790260105720. 27 x 19 cm inches. Language: Czech/German/English. Translation: Eisner, Pavel / Clapham, John. Text: Erben, Karel Jaromir. The preference of English audiences for large-scale vocal works led to Dvorak being commissioned in November 1883 to write a cantata for solo voices, chorus and orchestra for the 1885 Birmingham Musical Festival. As the basis for his composition, Dvorak chose the ballad textSvatebni kosile(literallyThe Bridal Gowns) from the collectionKytice z povesti narodnich(A Garland of Folk Tales) by the Czech poet Karel Jaromir Erben (1811-1870). Dvorak stipulated that the premiere take place in Bohemia. The work was then taken up in England with great enthusiasm. - Separate edition from theNew Complete Dvorak Edition, vol. II/2 - New foreword by Daniela Philippi (Cz/Eng/Ger) - Underlayed singing text in three languages (Cz/Eng/Ger)

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