Texts by A. Bontemps set in Art Songs and Choral Works
Texts set in art song or choral works (not necessarily comprehensive):
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Special notes: All titles and first lines are included in this index, including those used by composers.
Titles used by the text author appear in boldface. First lines appear in italics.
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A grey rectangle like FRE indicates a particular translation (usually one set to music) exists but isn't yet available.
- A little while spring will claim its own * - T. Askew (My heart has know its winter and carried gall)
- Dark girl (Easy on your drums) - H. Reutter GER *
- Easy on your drums GER * - H. Reutter (Dark girl)
- Idolatry (You have been good to me, I give you this) - D. Moore, W. Still *
- My heart has know its winter and carried gall (A little while spring will claim its own) *
- My heart has known its winter and carried gall (A little while spring will claim its own) - T. Askew *
- Personals () - T. Anderson [x] *
- Poplars are standing there still as death * - D. Moore
- Schwarzes Mädchen (Trommelt, Regen, Wind) (from Mein dunklen Hände. Moderne Negerlyrik in Original und Nachdichtung) - H. Reutter *
- Southern mansions (Poplars are standing there still as death) - D. Moore *
- Trommelt, Regen, Wind (from Mein dunklen Hände. Moderne Negerlyrik in Original und Nachdichtung) * - H. Reutter (Schwarzes Mädchen)
- You have been good to me, I give you this * - D. Moore, W. Still (Idolatry)
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