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  1. Mendelssohn wants an amplitude of soul, a generosity of spirit, a joyful yet serious appreciation of the beauty of pure sound, and the essential goodness and rightness of life. The solemn expectancy of the chords spun of gossamer and thin air at the opening of the Overture from A Midsummer Night's Dream, the gracious beneficence of the song danced through sunshine and warm air in the Con moto.
  2. The image on the right is low resolution. Our purchased sheet music is high resolution and can be enlarged without any reduction in quality. Description: Clowns Dance from Midsummer Nights Dream 4th theme arranged for piano simpprofemotsperbill.swithpohersbilitcakamentrecirephya.infoinfo: Mendelssohn.
  3. Overture to a Midsummer Night's Dream Alt ernative. Title Ein Sommernachstraum after Shakespeare Composer Mendelssohn, Felix: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. Op I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IFM Key E major Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: 1 overture Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. (August 6) First Perf ormance.
  4. Mendelssohn, Kovacs, Sandor, Pao - Symphony 4 " Italian " / Midsummer Nights Dream - simpprofemotsperbill.swithpohersbilitcakamentrecirephya.infoinfo Music.
  5. “Mendelssohn’s music to Midsummernight’s Dream, written in his eighteenth year, still remains the exemplar for all fairy music. The lovely nocturne, as arranged by Moszkowski, makes a beautiful piano number, retaining all the charm of the original.
  6. Peter Maag conducts the London Symphony Orchestra with sopranos Jennifer Vyvyan and Marion Lowe for this recording of A Midsummer Night's Dream by Mendelssohn. 1. Overture, Op.
  7. Mendelssohn*, The London Symphony Orchestra, Peter Maag - A Midsummer Night's Dream Incidental Music ‎ (LP, Album) London Records, London Records CS , CS
  8. Mendelssohn's incidental music for A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 61, was completed 16 years after he wrote the Overture, Op. The consistency of style and musical unity between them belie the disparate dates of composition. The overture was by an incredibly musically gifted youth of 17, and the incidental music was by the music director of Prussia's King Friedrich Wilhelm IV's Academy of.