Sixty Songs: Medium Voice: (Sheet Music)

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Now in one volume: 3 collections of Faur? songs composed during the years 1861 to 1904, set to the texts of such famous writers as Hugo, Gautier, Baudelaire, and Verlaine, and including many of the most famous songs such as "Clair de lune," "Apres un reve," and "Les roses d'Ispahan." Reprinted from authoritative French editions. Set for medium voice.
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Overview


Now in one volume: 3 collections of Fauré songs composed during the years 1861 to 1904, set to the texts of such famous writers as Hugo, Gautier, Baudelaire, and Verlaine, and including many of the most famous songs such as "Clair de lune," "Apres un reve," and "Les roses d'Ispahan." Reprinted from authoritative French editions. Set for medium voice.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486265346
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 1/1/1991
  • Series: Dover Song Collections Series
  • Edition description: J. Hamell, Paris, edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 8.38 (w) x 10.98 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

FIRST COLLECTION
  "Le papillon et la fleur (Op. 1, No. 1; dedicated to Caroline Miolan-Carvalho)"
  "Mai (Op. 1, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Henri Garnier)"
  "Dans les ruines d'une abbaye (Op. 2, No. 1; Dedicated to Henriette Escalier)"
  "Les matelots (Op. 2, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Edouard Lalo)"
  "Seule! (Op. 3, No. 1; dedicated to E. Fernier)"
  "Sérénade Toscane (Op. 3, No. 2; dedicated to the Baroness de Montagnac, née de Rosalès)"
  "Chanson du pêcheur (Lamento) (Op. 4, No. 1; dedicated to Pauline Viardot)"
  "Lydia (Op. 4, No. 2; dedicated to Marie Trélat)"
  "Chant d'automne (Op. 5, No. 1; dedicated to Mme. M. Camille Clerc)"
  "Rêve d'amour (Op. 5, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. C. de Gomiecourt)"
  "L'absent (Op. 5, No. 3; dedicated to Romain Bussine)"
  "Aubade (Op. 6, No. 1; dedicated to Amélie Duez)"
  "Tristesse (Op. 6, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Edouard Lalo)"
  "Sylvie (Op. 6, No. 3; dedicated to the Viscountess de Gironde)"
  "Après un rêve (Op. 7, no. 1; dedicated to Marguerite Baugnies)"
  "Hymne (Op. 7, No. 2; dedicated to Félix Lévy)"
  "Au bord de l'eau (Op. 8, No. 1; dedicated to Claudie Chamerot)"
  "La rançon (Op. 8, No. 2; dedicated to Henri Duparc)"
  "Ici-bas! (Op. 8, No. 3; dedicated to Mme. Georges Lecoq, née Mac-Brid)"
  "Noël (Op. 43, No. 2; dedicated to A. Talazac)"
SECOND COLLECTION
  "Nell (Op. 18, No. 1; dedicated to Mme. Camille Saint-Saëns)"
  "Le voyageur (Op. 18, No. 2; dedicated to Emmanuel Jadin)"
  "Automne (Op. 18, No. 3; dedicated to Alice Boissonnet)"
  "Poëme d'un jour (Op. 21, Nos. 1-3; dedicated to the Countess de Gauville)"
  1. Rencontre
  2. Toujours
  3. Adieu
  "Les berceaux (Op. 23, No. 1; dedicated to Alice Boissonnet)"
  "Notre amor (Op. 23, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. A. Castillon)"
  "Le secret (Op. 23, No. 3; dedicated to Alice Boissonnet)"
  "Chanson d'amor (Op. 27, No. 1; dedicated to Jane Huré)"
  "La fée aux chansons (Op. 27, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Edmond Fuchs)"
  "Aurore (Op. 39, No. 1; dedicated to Mme. H. Roger-Jourdain)"
  "Fleur jetée (Op. 39, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Jules Gouin)"
  "Le pays des reves (Op. 39, No. 3; dedicated to Thérèse Guyon)"
  "Les roses d'Ispahan (Op. 39, No. 4; dedicated to Louise Collinet)"
  En prière (dedicated to Mme. Leroux-Ribeyre)
  "Nocturne (Op. 43, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. H. Roger-Jourdain)"
  "Les présents (Op. 46, No. 1; dedicated to Count Robert de Montesquiou Fezensac)"
  "Clair de lune (Menuet) (Op. 46, No. 2; dedicated to Emmanuel Jadin)"
  "Barcarolle (Op. 7, No. 3; dedicated to Pauline Viardot)"
THIRD COLLECTION
  "Larmes (Op. 51, No. 1; dedicated to Princess Edmond de Polignac)"
  "Au cimetière (Op. 51, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Maurice Sulzbach)"
  "Spleen (Op. 51, No. 3; dedicated to Mme. Henri Cochin)"
  "La rose (Ode anacréontique) (Op. 51, No. 4; dedicated to Maurice Bagès)"
  From the incidental music to the play Shylock (Op. 57)
  1. Chanson
  2. Madrigal
  Cinq mélodies 'de Venise' (Op. 58; dedicated to Princess Edmond de Polignac)
  1. Mandoline
  2. En sourdine
  3. Green
  4. A Clymène
  5. C'est l'extase
  "Le parfum imérissable (Op. 76, No. 1; dedicated to Paolo Tosti)"
  "Arpège (Op. 76, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Charles Dettelbach)"
  "Prison (Op. 83, No. 1)"
  "Soir (Op. 83, No. 2)"
  "Le plus doux chemin (Madrigal) (Op. 87, No. 1; dedicated to Claudie Segond)"
  "Le ramier (Madrigal) (Op. 87, No. 2; dedicated to Mme. Edouard Risler)"
  "Dans la forêt de Septembre (Op 85, No. 1; dedicated to Lydia Eustis)"
  "La fleur qui va sur l'eau (Op. 85, No. 2; dedicated to Pauline Segond)"
  "Accompagnement (Op. 85, No. 3; dedicated to Mme. Edouard Risler)"
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