Incidental music for The winter's tale arranged and orchestrated by Emile E. Mori, ca. 1908.

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Mori, Emile E. Incidental music for The winter's tale arranged and orchestrated by Emile E. Mori, ca. 1908.

Incidental music for The winter's tale arranged and orchestrated by Emile E. Mori, ca. 1908.

A set of 12 manuscript orchestral parts and part-books which include curtain tunes, dances ("Scarf dance," "Tambourine dance"), a march ("King's march"), a pastoral, choruses and songs. Also, parts and piano-vocal scores (13-14) for: "I will sing in praise of thee," "When daffodils begin to peer." (15) is a piano part for "Tambourine dance for 4 girls." Additional songs with text underlay in the piano part: "'Neath the silver silence," "Jog on the foot path way," "But shall I go mourn," "Lawn as white as driven snow," and "Will you buy any tape." A piece of music for Antony and Cleopatra (matching the music in Y.d.637 (1-10)) has been added to some part-books, often on loose leaves. Several part books include Emile Mori's address: Washington, D.C. 1722 Corcoran Str. N.W.

15 items of ms. music.

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