The Fox and the Stork: A Fable of Aesop Set for Piano

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1967
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There are five pieces for the piano here to express FS, as the beginning T of C makes clear. They include The Fox, Auk! Auk!, The Stork, G-R-R-R, and Oh, Well! I notice that there is a suggestion just above the first staff for each piece. These are, respectively, wily, frustrated, coaxing, confused, and philosophically. Each piece has a full-page black-and-white illustration. The pieces are wordless, but there are a couple of prose lines before each song. The fact that both are male here can make the pronouns confusing. Here the fox holds out the soup platter for the stork to eat from. At the stork's place the next day, there are two tall jars. The fox is highly stylized in this art's approach.
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