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Partition complète, Columbus, A Short Canata for Men's Voices, Hosmer, Elmer Samuel

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Travaillez la partition de Columbus partition complète, Secular cantates, par Hosmer, Elmer Samuel. La partition early 20th century célèbre dédiée aux instruments comme:
  • chœur masculin (TTBB)
  • Piano

La partition propose plusieurs mouvements et l'on retrouve ce genre de musique classée dans les genres
  • Secular cantates
  • cantates
  • pour chœur masculin, piano
  • pour chœur avec clavier
  • partitions chœur masculin
  • partitions pour piano
  • langue anglaise

Visualisez de la même façon tout une collection de musique pour chœur masculin (TTBB), Piano sur YouScribe, dans la catégorie Partitions du début des années 20.
Date composition: ca. 1917
Edition: Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1918. Plate 72591-14.
Libbretiste: Joaquin Miller (1837-1913)

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COLUMBUS
A Short Cantata for Men's Voices
MUSIC BY
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TEXT BY
JOAQUIN MILLER
Boston: OLIVER DITSON COMPANY
& &-New Yorft : CHAS.K DITSON CO Chicago : LYON HEALYCOLUMBUS
Behind him the Azores,lay gray
Behind the of Hercules;gates
Before him not the ghost of shores,
Before him only shoreless seas.
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The good mate said: "Now must we pray,-
For lo! the very stars are gone.
Brave Admiral, speak; what shall I say?"
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Why, say: "Sail on I sail on I and on!"
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"My men grow mutinous day by day;
My men grow ghastly wan and weak."
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The stout mate thought of home; a spray
Of salt wave washed his swarthy cheek.
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"What shall I say, brave Admiral, say.
Ifwe sight naught but seas at dawn?"
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Sail on, sail on, sail on I and on!"
They sailed and sailed as winds might blow.
Until at last the blanched mate said:
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Should i and all my men fall dead.
These very winds forget their way,
For God from these dread seas is gone.
Now speak,—brave Admiral, speak and say:"
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He said: "Sail on! sail onl and on!"
They sailed, they sailed; then spake the mate:
"This mad sea shows its teeth tonight,
He curls his lip, he lies in wait
With lifted teeth as if to bite I
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?"What shallwe do when hope is gone
The words leapt as a leaping sword:
"Sail on! sail on! sail on! and onl"
Then, pale and worn he kept the deck.
And peered through darkness, ah, that night
dark nights and then a speck—a light! a light!Of all I
grew flag unfurled.It a starlit
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