Fourteen songs / by Rabindranath Tagore ; learned, translated and introduced at the bard's wish by Arthur Geddes.

Author
Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941 [Browse]
Uniform title
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
Visva-Bharati edition.
Published/​Created
Kolkata : Visva-Bharati Publishing Department, 2014.
Description
46 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 29 cm

Details

Subject(s)
Songs, Unaccompanied [Browse]
Translator
Publisher
Notes
  • "Originally published by Resurgence Trust (2011)"--Title page verso.
  • Words and melody lines for 14 songs.
  • Includes notes on the songs.
Contents
Five songs from 'Raja', 'the king of the dark chamber'. Oh the gateways of the south ... let fling! ; Oh, we're rajas-royal, one and all! ; Deep in my heart ; Night fills my window ; Whither wayward flying -- Seven songs of prayer, resolution and mourning. Ah my soul searches afar, seeks the distance ; Ah my master, I know not Thy own singing! ; Silent art Thou, why? ; The bird, bulbul, sang to the flower, champa ; March alone! Stand alone! ; Call me, ah call me never more! ; Though my time has come to leave now, still they call me -- Two songs of youth and Santiniketan. Road that lures away ; Ours is she, Santiniketan.
ISBN
  • 9788175225640 ((paperback))
  • 8175225645 ((paperback))
OCLC
935310727
RCP
C - S

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