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The Vocal Library: The French Song Anthology: High Voice

by Richard Walters, Hal Leonard Corp. (Creator), Carol Kimball

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0634030795, Paperback)

The largest, most comprehensive collection of French art songs ever published, with 60 songs by 24 composers. This wonderful anthology, with newly researched editions in clean new engravings, includes interesting notes about the composers, poets, facts about the composition and performance history for each song, and new line-by-line translations for study. Some songs are published in transpositions for the first time. This is the ideal collection for teachers to assign to voice students. Includes the complete Le Bestiaire (Poulenc) and Five Greek Songs (Ravel).

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