17 songs for medium high voice and piano
Texts by Langston Hughes
Published by Hal Leonard/Williamson Music
Purchasing: Piano/Vocal Score
Daybreak In Alabama
Harlem Night Song
In Time Of Silver Rain
Late Last Night
Night: Four Songs
Song For A Dark Girl
When Sue Wears Red
These are corrections to the edition published by Hal Leonard/Williamson Music
“Daybreak in Alabama”
Page 16, 4th system, right hand of piano part. There should be a bass clef indication for this measure, then a treble clef at its end. (comparing mm. 4-5 of song)
Pg-36-bars 4 and 5, in the vocal line, on the word “snow” the Db should tie to a Db in Bar 5 and not go to an Eb.
Pg-37-bar 20-in the R.H. of the piano , the last D (32nd note) needs to have a natural sign.
Pg-37-bar 22, the G in the 2nd chord in the R.H. of the piano, should be a G flat (and perhaps a courtesy Db at the bottom of that chord as well).
Pg-66-bar 50, the A at the top of the chord in the R.H. should be A natural.
“Late Last Night”
Pg-23-bar 34, G flat in the LH chord.
Pg-25-bar 84, G flat in the LH chord.
Pg-40-1st bar, make sure the 1st bar is twice as slow and then into tempo at the 2nd bar.
“Night: Four Songs”
Pg-76-bar 7, the D in the middle of the chord in the L.H. should be flat.
Pg-48-bars 49-51, the voice in the R.H. of the piano should be a m3rd down from the voice and from where it is (like the vocal line in bars 46-48 (That is only if the vocalize is sung!).
Page 28, the 1st and 4th beat should be a Bb in the bass