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  • 6. Mélodrame et Chœur Final - Grand Soleil de la Provence Acte II Premier Tableau; 7. Entr'acte et Chœur (Pastorale) 8. Mélodrame 9. Mélodrame Mélodrame Chœur - Mélodrame Mélodrame Mélodrame Mélodrame Deuxième Tableau; Entr'acte Final Intermezzo (Minuetto) Acte III Premiere Tableau; Entr'acte Authorities: Wikipedia; BNF: c.
  • by Gabriel Fauré ( - ), "Mélodrame et chœur", op. 52 no. 4, published [], first performed [women's chorus and orchestra], from the a play - incidental music Caligula, no. 4, Paris, J. Hamelle [sung text checked 1 time] Researcher for this text: Guy Laffaille [Guest Editor] This text was added to the website:
  • Aug 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Caligula, Op. IV. De roses vermeilles (Mélodrame et Choeur) · Sinfonieorchester Basel · Gabriel Fauré · Balthasar-Neumann-Chor · Ivor Bolton.
  • Play: Alphonse Daudet (–97), Provençal novelist and play was written in , based on a recent incident, the suicide of a nephew of the poet Mistral, frustrated in his passion for a woman from Bé had first published a brief version of the story in L’Événement in August
  • Made in France. Total timing: 78' Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 7 9; Label Code: LC
  • Oct 17,  · Ivor Bolton, conducting the Sinfonieorchester Basel, of which he is the artistic director, offers a very subtle selection composed of extracts of stage music or music for the stage: Caligula, Pénélope, Shylock, Pelléas et Mélisande, mixed with a few melodies orchestrated by Fauré or more probably by his friends, such as Charles Koechlin.
  • The real revelation for me here was the incidental music which Fauré composed for Alexandre Dumas père’s Caligula in – the emphasis is squarely upon the notorious Roman emperor’s taste for luxury and sensuality rather than his fabled brutality, and (once the Lohengrin-lite military fanfare of the opening has been despatched) the score has the soft-focus sheen of an early .
  • Aug 05,  · Melisande's song, op. 80 (in Pelléas et Mélisande) (Text: John William Mackail after Maurice Maeterlinck) GER SWE; Mélodrame et chœur, op. 52 no. 5 (in Caligula) (Text: Gérard Labrunie, as Gérard de Nerval) Mélodrame et chœur, op. 52 no. 4 (in Caligula) (Text: Gérard Labrunie, as Gérard de Nerval).
  • Mar 09,  · Gabriel Fauré, Caligula, op 52, incidental music for female chorus and orchestra 1. Fanfares, marche et choeur: “Nous sommes les heures guerrieres 2. Choeur: “L’hiver s’enfuit” 3.