Many musical works have specific titles in the composer's native language.
Some works are more commonly known by alternate titles or 'nicknames'.
Note: If you search only by a work's nickname you may not find all versions or copies of a work. Not all publishers of scores or recordings include nicknames in the titles they provide.
You can find more information on original/alternate titles in the following references:
Sometimes a piece you are searching for was originally written as part of a larger work.
For example, Debussy's "Clair de lune" (or "Moonlight") is actually a movement from his Suite bergamasque.
Grove's Dictionary will show you the relationships.
Don't forget --
Encompass Search uses KEYWORD searching, so your search will locate records with all of your search terms anywhere in the record, and not necessarily in the order you want.
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