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Edward MacDowell eBook

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

Op. 52. Three Choruses, for male voices (1897): 
           1.  Hush, hush!
           2.  From the Sea
           3.  The Crusaders

Op. 53. Two Choruses, for male voices (1898): 
           1.  Bonnie Ann
           2.  The Collier Lassie

Op. 54. Two Choruses, for male voices (1898): 
           1.  A Ballad of Charles the Bold
           2.  Midsummer Clouds

Op. 55. Sea Pieces, for piano (1898): 
           1.  To the Sea
           2.  From a Wandering Iceberg
           3.  A.D. 1620
           4.  Starlight
           5.  Song
           6.  From the Depths
           7.  Nautilus
           8.  In Mid-Ocean

Op. 56. Four Songs, for voice and piano (1898): 
           1.  Long Ago
           2.  The Swan Bent Low to the Lily
           3.  A Maid Sings Light
           4.  As the Gloaming Shadows Creep

Op. 57. Third Sonata (Norse), for piano (1900)

Op. 58. Three Songs, for voice and piano (1899): 
           1.  Constancy
           2.  Sunrise
           3.  Merry Maiden Spring

Op. 59. Fourth Sonata (Keltic), for piano (1901)

Op. 60. Three Songs, for voice and piano (1902): 
           1.  Tyrant Love
           2.  Fair Springtide
           3.  To the Golden Rod

Op. 61. Fireside Tales, for piano (1902): 
           1.  An Old Love Story
           2.  Of Br’er Rabbit
           3.  From a German Forest
           4.  Of Salamanders
           5.  A Haunted House
           6.  By Smouldering Embers

Op. 62. New England Idyls, for piano (1902): 
           1.  An Old Garden
           2.  Midsummer
           3.  Mid-winter
           4.  With Sweet Lavender
           5.  In Deep Woods
           6.  Indian Idyl
           7.  To an Old White Pine
           8.  From Puritan Days
           9.  From a Log Cabin
          10.  The Joy of Autumn

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Two Songs from the Thirteenth Century, for male chorus (1897): 
1.  Winter Wraps his Grimmest Spell
2.  As the Gloaming Shadows Creep

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