In the boat : three-part song for women's voices / Edvard Grieg ; arranged by Jeanne Boyd ; [words by Vilhelm Krag ; English version by Nathan Haskell Dole] 1949.
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Nathan Haskell Dole was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard University. He worked as a teacher and journalist in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and California, and as advisor and editor for the publishing firms Crowell and Appleton. He also wrote poetry, and was a prolific translator of Russian works into English, including Tolstoy's works and numerous songs and lyrical pieces. From the description of Nathan Haskell Dole letter to Dear sir and poem, 1894-1895. (...
Commissioned by the Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternity. Originally composed for String Quartet, 2 Flutes, Clarinet and Piano, 1943. First performance at the First Festival of Women Composers, Basle, Switzerland, 1950. This transcription for full orchestra 1951. Four movements of the orchestral version first performed Chicago, 10 March 1959, American Conservatory Symphony Orchestra, Russell Harvey conductor. Dedicated to the memory of Lewis Carroll.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the d...
Edvard Grieg was a Norwegian composer, and Edward MacDowell was an American composer. From the description of Letter : Kopenhagen, to Edward MacDowell, New York, 1901 Apr. 8. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122364004 From the guide to the Letter : Kopenhagen, to Edward MacDowell, New York, 1901 Apr. 8, (The New York Public Library. Music Division.) Grieg was a Norwegian pianist and composer. Johannes Wolf was a musical historian and specialist in the ...