Edward MacDowell eBook

Lawrence Gilman
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 115 pages of information about Edward MacDowell.

Op. 24. Four Compositions, for piano (1887): 
           1.  Humoresque
           2.  March
           3.  Cradle Song
           4.  Czardas

Op. 25. Lancelot and Elaine, symphonic poem for orchestra (1888)

Op. 26. From an Old Garden, for voice and piano (1887): 
           1.  The Pansy
           2.  The Myrtle
           3.  The Clover
           4.  The Yellow Daisy
           5.  The Blue Bell
           6.  The Mignonette

Op. 27. Three Songs, for male chorus (1890): 
           1.  In the Starry Sky Above Us
           2.  Springtime
           3.  The Fisherboy

Op. 28. Six Idyls after Goethe, for piano (1887): 
           1.  In the Woods
           2.  Siesta
           3.  To the Moonlight
           4.  Silver Clouds
           5.  Flute Idyl
           6.  The Bluebell

Op. 29. Lamia, symphonic poem for orchestra (1908)[19]

[19] Posthumous.

Op. 30. The Saracens; The Lovely Alda, two fragments
(after the Song of Roland), for orchestra (1891)

Op. 31. Six Poems after Heine, for piano (1887): 
           1.  From a Fisherman’s Hut
           2.  Scotch Poem
           3.  From Long Ago
           4.  The Post Wagon
           5.  The Shepherd Boy
           6.  Monologue

Op. 32. Four Little Poems, for piano (1888): 
           1.  The Eagle
           2.  The Brook
           3.  Moonshine
           4.  Winter

Op. 33. Three Songs, for voice and piano (1894): 
           1.  Prayer
           2.  Cradle Hymn
           3.  Idyl

Op. 34. Two Songs, for voice and piano (1889): 
           1.  Menie
           2.  My Jean

Op. 35. Romance, for violoncello and orchestra (1888)

Op. 36. Etude de Concert, in F-sharp, for piano (1889)

Op. 37. Les Orientales, for piano (1889): 
           1.  Clair de Lune
           2.  Dans le Hamac
           3.  Danse Andalouse

Op. 38. Marionettes, Eight Little Pieces, for piano (1888)[20]: 
           1.  Prologue
           2.  Soubrette
           3.  Lover
           4.  Witch
           5.  Clown
           6.  Villain
           7.  Sweetheart
           8.  Epilogue

[20] In their original form this set comprised only six pieces.  MacDowell afterward revised them extensively, rearranged their order, and added the “Prologue” and “Epilogue.”  In this altered form they were published in 1901.

Op. 39. Twelve Studies, for piano (1890): 
           [ Hunting Song
           | Alla Tarantella
           | Romance
Book 1. | Arabesque
           | In the Forest
           | Dance of the Gnomes]

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