Victor Herbert Album

Victor Herbert Album

37 Songs and Piano Pieces, 1895-1913

Book - 1990
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Born in Ireland and musically trained in Germany, Victor Herbert (1859-1924) was America's first great composer for the musical theater. The creator of more than 40 operettas, Herbert produced a series of popular and enduring stage works, including Babes in Toyland and Naughty Marietta.
This treasury of tuneful favorites, reprinted directly from rare editions, comprises 37 beloved hits from Herbert's operettas. Selections include The Streets of New York, Moonbeams, Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life, Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!, Italian Street Song, Toyland, Gypsy Love Song, and many others. Also featured are four popular piano pieces &; March of the Toys, Al Fresco, Dagger Dance, and Badinage &; plus several rare vintage sheet music covers.

Treasury of tuneful favorites features the best works from more than 35 operettas, reprinted directly from rare editions: Naughty Marietta, Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life, Toyland, and many other hits.

Publisher: New York : Dover Publications, [1990]
Copyright Date: ©1990
ISBN: 9780486261867
Branch Call Number: 782.42 HERBE
Characteristics: 1 score (168 pages) ; 30 cm
Notes: Principally songs from operettas with accompaniment arranged for piano
"Unabridged, unaltered republications of the sheet music"--Title page verso
Contains Badinage (1895) (orchestral work, arrangement for piano); and excerpts from The wizard of the Nile (1895), The fortune teller (1898), Babes in Toyland (1903), It happened in Nordland (1904), Miss Dolly Dollars (1905), Mlle. Modiste (1905), The red mill (1906), (The rose of) Algeria (1908-1909), Naughty Marietta (1910), Natoma. Dagger dance (1911) [arr. for piano], The enchantress (1911), and Sweethearts (1913)


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