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us: Monologues with music


  • Here are entered collections of secular, or sacred and secular, musical works in which spoken language is an integral part. Individual secular works and collections for a specific medium of performance are entered under the heading followed by the medium. The medium "instrumental ensemble" stands for two or more different solo instruments; "voice" for a solo voice of high, low, or medium range; and "chorus" for men's, mixed, women's, or children's voices in two or more parts. Collections of sacred musical works in which spoken language is an integral part are entered under [Sacred monologues with music.]
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  • Variants

    • us: Narrations with music
    • us: Recitations with music
    • us: Speaking with music
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered collections of secular, or sacred and secular, musical works in which spoken language is an integral part. Individual secular works and collections for a specific medium of performance are entered under the heading followed by the medium. The medium "instrumental ensemble" stands for two or more different solo instruments; "voice" for a solo voice of high, low, or medium range; and "chorus" for men's, mixed, women's, or children's voices in two or more parts. Collections of sacred musical works in which spoken language is an integral part are entered under [Sacred monologues with music.]
  • Example Notes

    • Notes under [Monologues; Narrative in music; Sacred monologues with music]
  • Change Notes

    • 1986-02-11: new
    • 2012-10-10: revised
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