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Nature: Insects

Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 15:15:07 -0500
From: sat14(a)cornell.edu (Scott Tucker)
Subject: Insect results

>

>Friends,
>
>Thanks for the many wonderful responses to my somewhat quirky request for
>"Insects in Choral Music" Until Jean Sturm comes back, I will list for you
>the results of your collective wisdom. Here they are, pinned and pressed but
>only classified in order of when they came in:
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>Ella Rose Halloran Everything and Anything Walton
> 2nd mvmnt "Flies"
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>David Evans Five Haiku on Rain Santa Barbara
> 3rd mvmnt "Cicades"
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>Jean Berger Bugs?
>' ' Grasshopper Song Tetra
> dist: Alexander Broude
> AB111, 1965
>' ' The Ladybug
>' ' The Ant
>' ' The Bumblebee Kjos 6204-6206, 1990
>' ' Tale of a Dog and a Bee
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>Nancy Telfer Butterfly Songs Earthsongs
> (poem from the cncntrn camp at Terezin)
>Jeanie Brindley Barnett ' ' ' ' ????
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>Margaret R Lang Nonsense Rhymes & Pictures SSAA
> #1 The Person of the Sky (Bluebottle fly)
> #2 The Old Man in a Tree (Bee) Earthsongs
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>Stephen Chatman Due North
> #5 Mosquitoes
> (recommended by 4 listrs) Highgate Press,
> EC Schirmer Boston
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>????????? The Grashopper (mini operetta)
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>Doug McConnnell Bucanneeers of Buzz SSAA
> (Emily Dickinson text) Earthsongs
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>David Passmore Insect-asides Jaymar Music Ltd
> %20 off canadian price
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>Tim Olsen The Seasons (Childrens Chorus)
> #3 "A Dragonfly" avail from composer
>Johann Neponuk David Die Biene (The Bee)
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>Rene Clausen A Noiseless Patient Spider Mark Foster MF3402,
>1992
> Julia Millen, Singer/Park Naturalist, points out that while the spider
>is not an insect, this is still a nice piece. I didn't tell her how many of
>you listers recommended the piece without that qualifier, nor did I let on
>that I never would have noticed had she not pointed it out!
>
>Claude le Jeune Une Puce
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>Rimsky-Korsakov Flight of the Bumble Bee arr by Kings Singers
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>Wm Byrd Where as an ant tnscrbd by John Hugo
> NEC Library
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>Otto Nicolai Insect Chorus
> frm The Merry Wives of Windsor
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>Richard Rodney Bennett The Insect World (Unison Songs)
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>James Cramm Three Prayers from the Ark SSA
>
>Lee Kesselman Buzzings about to be published
>
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> James Feizli ran a search on Choref. These are the results minus
>repeats:
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>James Adler The Fly Arista
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>Michael Cox The Prayer of the Cricket Morningstar Music
> MSM 50 9750, 1987
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>Matyas Seiber(1905-1960)There was an Old man in a Tree Novello 16 0020 06,
>1984
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>Linda Spevacek A Flea and a Fly in a Flue Jenson 437 13042, 1987
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>Fred Hellerman The Ladybug and the Centipede E Henry David/Presser
> 392 12504, 1991
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>Erasmus Widmann(1572-1634)
> Der Floh(Es ist ein Tierlien) Fidula-Verlag Boppard
>56
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>Roger Bourland My Cocoon tightens Ione/ EC Schirmer 2852
>' ' Answer July ' ' '
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>Carolyn Jennings(b1936) Bandicoot from A Menagerie
> of Songs G Schirmer/Hal Leonard
> HL 50334720, 1979
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>Ro Ogura Hotaru Koi Ongaku No Tomo Sha
> Presser 312 41520, 1987
>
>Lloyd Pfautsch(b1921) The Fly from Two Blake Songs Lawson-Gould 52441,
>1990
>
> Finally, Joel Krammer ran a search on Madrigalist. THe results are as
>follows:
>
>John Wilbye Sweet honey-sucking bees (the first part)
> No.17 from the SECOND SET OF MADRIGALS, 1609
>
> Yet, sweet, take heed (The second part)
> No. 18 from the SECOND SET OF MADRIGALS, 1609
>
> All pleasure is of this condition
> No. 19 from the SECOND SET OF MADRIGALS, 1609
> "But if enjoyed, then like the humming bee" line 3
>
>John Farmer Compare me to the child that plays with fire
> No. 9 from MADRIGALS TO FORU VOICES, 1599
> "Or to the fly that dieth in the flame" line 2
>
>Gilles Farnaby-Lady The silly flea of all disdained
> No. 9 from CANZONETS TO FOUR VOICES, 1598
>
>Thomas Bateson Cupid, in a bed of roses (the first part)
> No. 25 from THE SECOND SET OF MADRIGALS TO 2,3,AND
> 6 PARTS, 1618 "of a bee that lay among" line 3
>
> Cytherea, smiling, said (the second part)
> No. 26 from THE SECOND SET OF MADRIGALS TO 2, 3, AND
> 6 PARTS, 1618 " From a silly bee's weak sting"
>
>Thanks to all who responded, too numerous to list.
>
>Scott
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Scott Tucker
Director of Choral Music
sat14(a)cornell.edu
(607) 255 3423
Fax (607) 254 2877

Cornell University
218 Lincoln Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
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on March 9, 2007 10:00pm
I need to buy the full musical-score of Nancy Telfer Butterfly . I haven
on September 19, 2007 10:00pm
"The Fly"
recent composition on a poem by William Blake
download:
http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Huub_de_Lange