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Chanson De Mélisande

Pour Soprano Et Orchestre (Piano Reduction)

KOMPONIST: Gabriel Fauré
VERLAG: Alphonse Leduc
PRODUKTFORMAT: Partitur
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Vokal
Gabriel Fauré 's Chanson De Mélisande for Soprano and Orchestra. Reduction for Voice and Piano.   “An enchanted dream” – poet Charles VanLeberghe’s words give us an idea of the audience’s enthusiasm at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Piccadilly on June 21st, 1898, when the first English
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Spezifikationen
Subtitle Pour Soprano Et Orchestre (Piano Reduction)
Komponist Gabriel Fauré
Verlag Alphonse Leduc
Instrumentierung Sopran und Klavier
Taal F
Produktformat Partitur
Instrument Group Vokal
Style Period Romantic
Genre Klassik
ISMN 9790230797559
Style Period Romantic
Voicing Soprano Voice
Seitenzahl 4
No. ALHA09755
Beschreibung

Gabriel Fauré's Chanson De Mélisande for Soprano and Orchestra. Reduction for Voice and Piano.

 
“An enchanted dream” – poet Charles VanLeberghe’s words give us an idea of the audience’s enthusiasm at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Piccadilly on June 21st, 1898, when the first English language performance of Symbolist play Pelléas etMélisande by Maurice Maeterlinck was performed, with incidental music by Gabriel Fauré
 
The composer had tasked his favourite student, Charles Koechlin, withorchestratingthe score. The London theatre’s small number of musicians suited the apprentice musician’s ideals of clarity and transparency. It was 1936 before Koechlin returned to La Chanson deMélisande, this time to create a version with orchestra, published the following year as a Piano-Vocal score.

Using autograph manuscripts, Roger Nichols and Otfrid Nies have created a new edition of thePiano-Vocal reduction that includes the text of the melody in English, French and German. The score contains the 1898 and 1936 variations, as well as an informative preface by Otfrid Nies.
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