The beggar's opera .- Lillibulero (1998)

Air XLIV

(The modes of the court)

..."Lillibulero" was a Whig tune and the British army's song during the uprising of 1688... ...Lied des Macheath... ...Thomas Kerzel und seinem Schweinfurter Kammerchor gewidmet...

Arr.: Pepusch, John Christopher (1667-1752) [England]
Haus, Karl (1928-2018) [Germany]

Mel.: Anonyme


Text by Gay, John (1685-1732) [England] (1727)
Edition
Published by Eres [Germany] , 1999
Ref. : Eres 3084  (1 p.)
Type of material: Full score
ISMN/ISBN : ISMN M-2024-3084-2
Other titles on the same score: An old woman clothed ; Now ponder well, ye parents dear ; Would you have a young virgin ; Lumps of pudding ; March in Rinaldo ; One evening having lost my way ; Cease your funning ; Cotillon
Description
Text in: English
Epoque: 17 ; 20th century
Genre-Style-Form: Partsong ; Suite ; Secular ; Folk music
Type of Choir: SATB (4 mixed voices)
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5): 2
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E): B
Tonality: F major
Duration: 1.0 min.
Origin: England
Musicological Sources: The muses' farewell to poetry and slavery / 1689