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Recommend this to others? (July 2009) 275 kB
Full name of work:The Seasons (1801)
Composer:Haydn, Franz Joseph (1732-1809), Austrian
First line:N/A
Music category:Classical Choral Oratorio
Instruments:arranged for SATB (piccolo, clarinet, French horn, bassoon) and piano (converted to strings etc)
Name of file creator:John Hooper
e-mail address:john "at" learnchoralmusic "dot" co "dot" uk
Running time:02:10:40
Comments:This ZIP File contains the following named individual Files:-
Spring: 01-02.nwc 1: Overture 2: Behold where surly Winter flies
03-come.nwc 3: Come, gentle Spring
04-sun.nwc 4: At last the bounteous sun
05-joy.nwc 5: With joy the impatient husbandman
06-part.nwc 6: Laborious man hath done his part
07-prop.nwc 7: Be propitious, bounteous heaven
08-ferv.nwc 8: Our fervent prayers are heard
09-sprng.nwc 9: Spring, her lovely charms unfolding
10-god.nwc 10: God of light
11-13.nwc 11: Her face in dewy veil concealed
12: From out the fold the shepherd drives
13: Lo! Now aslant the dew-bright earth
14-behld.nwc 14: Behold on high he mounts
15-swarm.nwc 15: Now swarms the village o'er the mead
16-noon.nwc 16: 'Tis noon, and now direct the sun
17-sinks.nwc 17: Distressful Nature fainting sinks
18-welcm.nwc 18: O welcome now
19-sense.nwc 19: O how pleasing to the senses
20-1-beh.nwc 20: Behold! Slow settling o'er the lurid grove
21: Hark! The deep tremendous voice
22-cease.nwc 22: Now cease the conflicts
23-4-Ove.nwc 23: Overture
24: Whate'er the blossom'd Spring
25-natur.nwc 25: Thus Nature ever kind
26-swain.nwc 26: Ye swains, now hasten
27-Yegay.nwc 27: Ye gay and painted fair
28-where.nwc 28: Lo! Where the plenteous harvest wav'd
29-behld.nwc 29: Behold, along the dewy grass
30-31-or.nwc 30: Ere yet the orient sun 31: Hark! The mountains resound
32-vinyd.nwc 32: The vineyard now its wealth displays
33-joyfl.nwc 33: Joyful the liquor flows
34-Intro.nwc 34: Introduction
35-sinks.nwc 35: Now sinks the pale declining year
36-Light.nwc 36: Light and life dejected languish
37-cryst.nwc 37: A crystal pavement lies the lake
38-perpl.nwc 38: The trav'ler stands perplexed
39-draws.nwc 39: As he draws nigh
40-wheel.nwc 40: Let the wheel move gaily
41-task.nwc 41: The ev'ning's task anon performed
42-lord.nwc 42: A wealthy Lord, who long had lov'd
43-East.nwc 43: From out the East
44-vain.nwc 44: In this, O vain misguided man
45-Truth.nwc 45: Truth only lasts
46-dawn.nwc 46: Then comes the dawn
There are no text/lyrics; these Files were generated purely for Choral Rehearsing purposes (using the Novello piano-reduction Score), and so don't look pretty even though they sound reasonable (at least, they do on my Soundblaster AWE 64 Gold).
Voice-emphasised Midi Files of the whole work can be downloaded for free from my Website (above). The Site also contains Midi Files for several rather more modern Composers, for which .nwc versions may be available.