For a Soldier Burial: Baritone Solo and Chorus

TitleFor a Soldier Burial: Baritone Solo and Chorus
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1918
AuthorsBoulanger, Lili, and Alfred de Musset
Secondary AuthorsMartens, Frederick Herman
Place PublishedNew York: G. Ricordi
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In French, "Pour les funérailles d'un soldat" by French composer, Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) and French librettist, Alfred de Musset (1810-1857)

English Translator: Frederick Herman Martens (1874-1932) 

Musical score for a Four-Part Chorus of Mixed Voices with a Baritone Solo to be performed as a Memorial for a Soldier 

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Lili Boulanger was the first woman ever to win the Prix de Rome (1913). Suffered much ill health and died at an early age of 24.

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