1998 | mezzo-soprano and piano trio
Poem by Anne Ranasinghe
Song 3 of Daughters
Some newer editions may already have these corrections.
in the score, the tremolo marking was not correct -- there were 2 lines instead of 3 going across the stem of the note, which was confusing in the cello part in measures 21, 22 and 30, and similarly for all the violin measures with tremolo indication. It is now corrected.
piano part, measures 1, 2, 3, and 4 should have an F natural in the right hand chord, not an F sharp
in measures 140, 141, 142, 143, 145, 146 the right hand piano chord should also contain an F natural, not an F sharp.
m. 147 - the chord should be the same as the previous chord in the right hand, namely, a C sharp, F natural, G sharp and another C sharp on top.
m. 148, this chord is actually correct - the F sharp here really is an F sharp.
INSTRUCTIONS for converting this vocal line to a soprano line (although tessitura will still remain low)
The low Bb in m. 23 could be taken up an octave.
the B in m. 104 and first quarter D in m. 105 could be taken up an octave.
m. 120 last note and m. 121 and first two beats of m. 122 can be sung an octave up.
m. 138-139: take up an octave