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Daniel-François-Esprit Auber Le Concert à la cour, ou La Débutante Opéra-comique en un acte Paroles de Eugène-Augustin Scribe et Mélesville.

By: Letellier, Robert Ignatius.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014Description: 1 online resource (234 p.).ISBN: 9781443857550.Subject(s): Composers -- France -- 19th century | Composers -- France -- 20th century | Music industryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Daniel-François-Esprit Auber Le Concert à la cour, ou La Débutante Opéra-comique en un acte Paroles de Eugène-Augustin Scribe et MélesvilleDDC classification: 782.10264 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; Overture; No.1; No.2; No.3; No.4; No.5; No.6; No.7; No.8
Summary: Daniel-François-Esprit Auber (1782-1871), the most amiable French composer of the 19th century, came to his abilities late in life. After a stalled commercial career, he studied with Cherubini. His first works were not a success, but La Bergère Châteleine, written at the age of 38, established him as an operatic composer. He then met the librettist Eugène Scribe (1791-1861), with whom he developed a long and illustrious working partnership that only ended with Scribe's death. Success followe...
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CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; Overture; No.1; No.2; No.3; No.4; No.5; No.6; No.7; No.8

Daniel-François-Esprit Auber (1782-1871), the most amiable French composer of the 19th century, came to his abilities late in life. After a stalled commercial career, he studied with Cherubini. His first works were not a success, but La Bergère Châteleine, written at the age of 38, established him as an operatic composer. He then met the librettist Eugène Scribe (1791-1861), with whom he developed a long and illustrious working partnership that only ended with Scribe's death. Success followe...

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