Collection Items

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    Sure on This Shining Night Song Collection. from Four Songs, op. 13, 1937-40 by Samuel Barber, 1910-1981
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    The Daisies Song Collection. from Three Songs, op. 2, 1927 by Samuel Barber, 1910-1981
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    The Boatmen's Dance and Simple Gifts Song Collection. from Old American Songs, set 1, 1950 by Aaron Copland, 1900-1990
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    The Golden Willow Tree Song Collection. from Old American Songs, Set II, 1952 by Aaron Copland, 1900-1990
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    Rain Has Fallen and I Hear an Army Song Collection. from Three Songs, op. 10, 1935-36 By Samuel Barber, 1910-1981
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    In the Wilderness and Solitary Hotel Song Collection. from Despite and Still, op. 41, 1968 By Samuel Barber, 1910-1981
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    To What You Said Song Collection. from Songfest, 1977 By Leonard Bernstein, 1918-1990
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    As Adam Early in the Morning Song Collection. by Ned Rorem, b. 1923.
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    Look Down, Fair Moon Song Collection. from Five Poems of Walt Whitman, 1957 By Ned Rorem, b. 1923
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    We Two Song Collection. by Elinor Remick Warren, 1900-1991
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    Evening Song Song Collection. by Charles Griffes, 1884-1920
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    I Wish You Bliss Song Collection. from Fünf Lieder, 1943 by Erich Korngold
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    With Rue My Heart is Laden Song Collection. by Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
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    Night Wanderers Song Collection. by Samuel Barber (1910-1981)
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    Grief Song Collection.
    • Contributor: Still, William Grant
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    My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free Song Collection. The song is contained in a collection of Hopkinson's manuscripts, dating 1759-60, and housed in the Music Division of the Library of Congress. As was the performance practice at the time, Hopkinson composed "My Days have been so Wondrous Free" in but two parts, the treble and bass, leaving the harmonic details to be filled in by the accompanist. The song posses...
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    An Old Song Resung Song Collection. In addition to housing the published edition of the song, the Music Division at the Library of Congress is also the repository of the holograph version of Griffes's "An Old Song Re-sung," acquired from Griffes's family in 1923. By studying the manuscript in the composer's hand, scholars and musicians can appreciate Griffes's penmanship as well as his attention to detail.