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Méditation de Thaïs, pour Flûte et Piano

KOMPONIST: Jules Massenet
VERLAG: Éditions Heugel
PRODUKTFORMAT: Buch
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Flöte
The instantly recognisable and ever-popular Méditation, from the opera Tha s by Jules Massenet (1842-1912), remains a strong favourite in the classical repertoire, superbly arranged for Flute and Piano by French flautist, PaulTaffanel. Massenet first studied music with his mother before entering the
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Spezifikationen
Komponist Jules Massenet
Verlag Éditions Heugel
Instrumentierung Flöte und Klavier
Taal F
Produktformat Buch
Instrument Group Flöte
Style Period Romantic
Genre Oper/Operette
ISMN 9790047096265
Style Period Romantic
Seitenzahl 8
No. ALHE09626
Beschreibung
The instantly recognisable and ever-popular Méditation, from the opera Tha s by Jules Massenet (1842-1912), remains a strong favourite in the classical repertoire, superbly arranged for Flute and Piano by French flautist, PaulTaffanel. Massenet first studied music with his mother before entering the Paris Conservatoire. He is best known for his operas, of which he composed over thirty. Tha s was first performed at the Opéra Garnier in Paris in 1894and continues to be one of the composer's most performed operas. The famous Méditation, is an intermezzo, originally for Violin and Orchestra, which has since been arranged for many different instruments, making it a frequentconcert piece. The arrangement for Flute and Piano remains in the original key of D major and displays the passionate religious intentions. Taffanel's adaptions include breath marks, phrasing, changing octaves for some notes andarticulation, among other aspects. Massenet's Méditation is challenging through its use of lyricism in the upper register, yet it remains a favoured and popular piece in the Flute's repertoire.
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