A Horse with Wings
21 songs for medium high voice and piano
Published by Hal Leonard/Williamson Music
Purchasing: Piano/Vocal Score
Afternoon On A Hill
A Horse With Wings
I Am Cherry Alive
Janet Underneath The Roses
The Lake Isle Of Innisfree
My Sister’s New Red Hat
An Old Fashioned Song
Once I Was
Poem (Lana Turner Has Collapsed!)
The Red Dress
The Special Picnic
The Spring And The Fall
What Shall We Remember?
White Haired Woman
Will There Really Be A Morning?
These are corrections to the edition published by Hal Leonard/Williamson Music
Wherever Kurt Ollmann’s name appears…it should be Ollmann.
The name Faure needs to be corrected.
Pg 61-bar 6, in R.H., before the half-note chord, cut the natural sign.
Pg 63-bar 31, vocal line- the “ing” of “dream-ing” should be A sharp.
Pg 64-bar 40, the 1st 16th note on the and of beat 4 in the right hand should be a B flat.
Pg 65-bar 52, last note in left hand is a quarter note.
Pg 65-bar 56, Vocal line “I’ll Scream it,” should be an E flat.
Pg 95-bar 62, in the vocal line, “fear” should be a Bb, a Major third down, and in the piano part, the R.H., first chord, the E, is Eb and is missing the flat sign.
“A Horse With Wings”
Pages 34 & 35 should be reversed!
* (2nd edition as well!) Page 35-Bar 36, the first bass note in the L.H. should be a Bb and not an A.
Page 38, Bar 19, the C should be flatted in the R.H. Chord
Bar 21, Beat 3, should be a D natural in R.H.
Page 40, Bar 39, L.H. Beat 1, note at top of chord should be an E sharp, NOT an F sharp
“I Am Cherry Alive”
Pg-117- bar 31, last chord in R.H. needs a flat sign before the B.
Pg-118- bar 45, beat 2 and one half in R.H. needs a sharp sign before C, and a natural sign before the C in the left hand.
Pg-126, bar 114, 3rd chord in R. H. needs a natural sign before the E.
“Janet Underneath the Roses”
Pg 103, bar 1, F in left hand needs tie.
Pg 103, bar 11, the octave in the left hand should be an E flat octave.
Pg 105, bars 27 and 28, A naturals-in left hand.
Pg 105, bar 38, the F in left hand is tied.
Pg 106, bar 42, tie last A flat in left hand to A flat in next bar.
Pg 107, bar 52, 3rd eighth note in left hand is G flat.
Pg 107, bar 54, last 8th notes in R.H. piano (D and G) should be G flat.
Pg 107, bar 60, last chord in right hand needs a flat sign before the A.
Pg 108, bar 73, in R.H., all A sharps (add sharp signs).
Pg 108, bar 77, 2nd eighth note in right hand is G flat.
Pg 111, bar 104, 1st chord in R.H. needs a flat sign before the D.
pg 111, bar 111, the 2nd eighth note in the R. H. is G flat, not natural
Pg 111, bar 113, Last Quarter note in right hand is G natural, add a natural sign.
Pg 112, bar 122, in Left Hand- the E trill needs a natural sign before the E (half-note).
“Lake Isle of Innisfree”
Page 47, Bar 10, Beat 1, R.H. Should be exactly like Beat 1 in Bar 9 (with the added C sixteenth note)
Pg 49-bar 21, in 1st left hand chord, the bottom note should be a G sharp, not an F sharp.
Pg 50-bar 28, lyric should read, ” and ev-ning’s full of the”.
“My Sister’s New Red Hat”
Pg 31, bar 29, instead of un poco piu lento, it should say, Slightly Faster, with a quarter note equal to an 8th note.
“An Old Fashioned Song”
Pg-129-bar 22, vocal line, F dotted half note should be slurred to an E flat quarter note.
Page 129, Bar 24, in the left hand, the first count of 16th notes the D should be D natural in the left hand.
Pg 130, bar 37, in the left hand of the piano part, the F on the 3rd beat is an F natural
“Once I Was”
Pg-12, bar 53, in vocal line, the last G in the bar should not be tied to the whole note G in bar 54.
“Poem (Lana Turner Has Collapsed!)”
Page 43, Bar 11, Beat 3 in the L.H., the Bass note should be an Ab a step down, so it is not an octave, but a 9th!
Pg 44-bar 25, 2nd Quarter note in vocal line is B flat, add a flat sign.
“The Red Dress”
Pg 69-bar 21, on beat 2 and a half, in the tenor voice (Piano) there should be a D natural, and also, D natural as well, on the 3rd beat in the right hand under the A.
Pg 59-bar10, In the L.H. of the piano, the first C Sharp should be an eighth note and there should be a G Sharp eighth note (top space) next to it before the next E .
“The Special Picnic”
Pg-102- bar 52, In R. H. of piano, beat Three and one half (and) is a G flat, not natural.
Pg 15-bar 22, lyric should read “joy that once I had?”
Pg 18-bar 52, should have a whole note E flat in the vocal line tied to the E flat whole note in the preceding measure.
Pg 20-bar 72, in the 4th beat of the right hand in the piano part, the first 8th note should be a G, not an F.
Pg 21-bar 73, 2nd Quarter note in right hand of piano-soprano voice-should be a G as opposed to an F.
Pg 21-bar 74, 4th Quarter note in vocal line is a C, not a C flat.
Pg-88-bar 59, last eighth note in L.H. is a C, not an A flat.
“What Shall We Remember”
Pg 72-bar 4, The first F in the R.H. pf the piano should be F natural.
Pg 73-bar 21, in the vocal line, the eighth note, the C# which is for the syllable “cean” of “O-cean”, should be quarter note as opposed to an eighth.
Pg 74-bar 32, lyric should be “one uninterrupted”.
Pg 74-bar 28, on beat 2 and a half, the D in the L.H. should be D natural tied to a D natural.
Pg 75-bar 36, the first two quarter notes in the Vocal Line should be DOTTED quarters…over the word “on-ly”.
Pg 75-bar 47, the 2nd to last eighth note in the R. H. should be B natural.
Pg 76-bar 56, in the R.H. of the piano part. the 2nd chord should have a G# as opposed to a G natural.
Pg 77-bar 60, in the 2nd chord in the R.H., the top note should be A flat, as opposed to A natural.
“White Haired Woman”
Pg-135-bar 15, vocal line, 2nd note should be a G second line (over “she”).