Debussy Salut Printemps for high voices and harp

  • Participant
    rosalind-beck on #148609

    This seems to be my season for prevailing on the kindness of the online harp community.

    Member
    Sylvia Clark on #148610

    It’s in the “sortable list,” and when you click on it, it goes here.

    http://imslp.org/wiki/Printemps_(Debussy,_Claude)

    Member
    Sylvia Clark on #148611

    I’ll paste it again and see if it links to it.

    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #148612

    I think you mean this: http://erato.uvt.nl/files/imglnks/usimg/6/6e/IMSLP37724-PMLP11274-Debussy-Printemps.Harp.pdf

    Unless you are speaking of another piece, or version thereof, this is a piece for choir, piano solo

    Participant
    rosalind-beck on #148613

    This is the link to an mp3 file of the piece:

    Participant
    MusikFind1 on #148614

    Salut printemps, jeune saison (1882)
    Debussy, Claude (1862-1918) [France]
    Text: Ségur, Anatole de (-) [France]
    Publisher: Paris: France: Choudens ( ©1994)
    Ref.: 17090 ; 10 p.
    Editor or author of the restoration: Gaillard, Marius François
    Type of choir: SSA (3 + 1 soloist ( Soprano (1)) women or boy choir or children voices) + Orchestra or harp or Piano (1 instrumental part)
    Instruments: Harp (1) or Piano (1)
    Genre – Style – Musical FORM: Secular; Choir
    Tonality: A major
    Type of score: Piano-vocal score
    Page of the score: http://musicanet.org/images/00/00082.gif
    Duration: 4 min.
    Difficulty for the choir (increases from 1 to 5): 4
    Difficulty for the conductor (increases from A to E): D
    Text in French

    Publication Details:
    Compo: DEBUSSY, Claude (1862-1918)
    Title: Salut Printemps.
    Instrumentation SA; 2+pic.2.2.2/3100/2hp/str
    Pub:

    Participant
    Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #148615

    Wow. Another harp work by Debussy! Just goes to show how unreliable Wikipedia is, it didn’t have it listed, or was it IMSLP I looked at? Same difference.

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