To a wild rose op. 51/1 from Woodland Sketches 麥克道爾 大提琴加鋼琴 朔特版
美國作曲家兼鋼琴家愛德華-麥克道爾（Edward MacDowell，18601908 年）在這裡默默無聞，儘管他的藝術根基就在這裡： 因為他曾在巴黎、斯圖加特、威斯巴登和法蘭克福接受鋼琴訓練。回國後，他不僅擔任教師，還在波士頓交響樂團擔任了八年團長。在此期間（1896 年），他創作了《林地素描》作品 51，這是他鋼琴作品中最著名的作品之一，尤其是他的音樂風景畫的開篇之作：《致野玫瑰》，這是一首簡單卻和聲豐富的旋律，充滿了寧靜與從容，沒有任何技巧技巧。
作曲家: MacDowell, Edward
校訂者: Birtel, Wolfgang
樂器: cello and piano
出版社: Schott Music
The American composer and pianist Edward MacDowell (18601908) is rather unknown around here, even though he had his artistic roots in here: For he was trained as a pianist in Paris, Stuttgart, Wiesbaden, and Frankfurt. After his return to his home country, he worked as a teacher but was also director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for eight years. During that time (1896) he composed 'Woodland Sketches' Op. 51 which is among the best-known of his piano compositions, especially the opening piece of his musical landscape paintings: 'To a wild rose' which is a simple, yet harmonically spiced melody full of peace and ease, without any technical tricks.