LOW VOICE

Francesca Caccini

Chi desia di saper che cosa è Amore

RANGE: D4-D5

TESSITURA: F4-B4

Strophic, scalar, syllabic, 

simple rhythms. Does contain different meters which could be difficult for some.

Corona Schröter

Der Erlkönig

RANGE: C-sharp4-C-sharp5

TESSITURA: E4-A5

Piano doubles vocal melody, strophic, syllabic, triadic melody, repetitive dotted rhythms throughout. Good for working on varied text interpretation.

Emilie Zumsteeg

Lieder Ohne R, "Ein Veilchen wollte stille blühen"

RANGE: D-sharp4-C-sharp5

TESSITURA: G-sharp4-B5

Strophic, repetitive dotted rhythms, syllabic, some intervallic leaps of a fifth. Great for teaching early German Romantic style.

Isabella Colbran

Già la notte s'avvicina

RANGE: A3-D5

TESSITURA: D4-D5

Piano occasionally doubles the voice, simple melody, syllabic. Good for approaching Bel Canto style.

Marjory Kennedy-Fraser

The Song of Linn-Quern

RANGE: D4-D5

TESSITURA: E4-F-sharp4

Piano occasionally doubles the voice, simple melody, simple rhythms, English translation includes some Gaelic phrases. Fun and upbeat.

Cécile Chaminade

Vielle Chanson

RANGE: C4-C5

TESSITURA: F4-C5

Chordal piano, simple melody, simple rhythm, middle tessitura. Good first song in French.

Clara Edwards

Into the Night

RANGE: C4-E5

TESSITURA: G4-C5

Simple, repetitive piano accompaniment. Repetitive triplet rhythms, tessitura in the middle regsiter, E5 optional at the end, syllabic but sustains at the ends of phrases.

Dora Pejacevic

Warum?, op. 13

RANGE: B3-E5

TESSITURA: B3-G-sharp4

Piano doubles the vocal melody, scalar with some leaps, lower tessitura, shorter song with shorter phrases. Beautiful, Romantic style melody.

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