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Thou singest ye carol

Songs without lyrics. Edits and transcriptions.

A transcription can mean a musical piece, solo, or ensemble is rewritten for a different instrument or instruments than initially intended. In this episode of ‘Thou Singest Ye Carol’, we’ll listen to songs in a transcription, edit, arrangement. The words have been taken away. ‘Senza Parole’, the Italian says, ‘Lieder ohne Worte’, the German, ‘Sans Mots’ and ‘Without Words’.


1. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Lied ohne Worte, Op. 109
Nana Ou-Yang, cello; Tien-Lin Chiang, piano

2. Johann Sebastian Bach/Myra Hess: ‘Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring’
Rian de Waal, piano

3. Franz Schubert/Franz Liszt: 1. ‘Die Post’ (S561/4); 2. ‘Der Lindenbaum’ (S561/7); 3. ‘Das Wandern’ (S565/1); 4. ‘Ständchen’ (S558/9); 5. ‘Erlkönig’ (S558/4)
Humphrey Searle, piano

4. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: ‘Venetianisches Gondellied’ 1. Op. 19b no. 6; 2. Op. 57 no. 5
Thomas Michael Allen, tenor; Reinild Mees, piano

5. Sergej Rachmaninov/Earl Wild – 1. ‘Oh, never sing to me again!’, Op. 4 no. 4; 2. ‘Silence of the Secret Night’, Op. 4 no. 3
Rian de Waal, piano

6. Franz Schubert/Leopold Godowsky: ‘Gute Nacht’
Robert Schumann/Leopold Godowsky: ‘Du bist wie eine Blume’
Rian de Waal, piano

7. Franz Schubert/Franz Liszt: 1. ‘Meeresstille (S558/5); 2. ‘Ungeduld’ (S536/5); 3. Ave Maria (S558/12)
Valerie Tryon, piano



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