Antonin Dvorak: Im Haine Op.63 No.2

Books | Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass

Publisher: G. Schirmer
Artist: Antonin Dvorak
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

Im Haine (In Nature, Op.63) was a song-cycle written in 1882 for amateur performance. The five unaccompanied part-songs were settings of poems by the Czech poet Vitezslav Halek, inspired by the countryside. No. 2 is loosely translated as “Bells Ring At Dusk”, and tells of the bells ringing to call people to Vespers at the end of the day. It is scored for SATB choir a cappella.

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) was best known for his New World Symphony, composed in the short time he spent in America – the rest of his career was spent in his native Bohemia and the rest of Europe.

Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
Language: English, German
Catalogue No: GS31938

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        Antonin Dvorak: Im Haine Op.63 No.2
        Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass