20 Chansons populaires du Massif Central (Darcieux, Francisque)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Henry Lemoine & Cie., 1933. Plate 22,641 HL.
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Work Title 20 Chansons populaires du Massif Central
Alternative. Title
Composer Darcieux, Francisque
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 20 pieces
1. Chanson du passeur
2. Eron tres frayres (C’étaient trois frères)
3. La Boronbondo (La Barabande)
4. Lo Filho del poysan (La Fille du paysan)
5. En passant par le bois
6. Lou Bouyé (Le Bouvier)
7. Los tres menetos (Les trois vieillottes)
8. Lo Sent-Jan (La Saint-Jean)
9. Belle Rose du printemps
10. Lo Consou de Joneto (La Chanson de Jeannette)
11. Lo Perneto (La Pernette)
12. Lo Postourelo (La Pastourelle)
13. Je viens te dire adieu
14. O moun Onnetto (A mon Annette)
15. Lou Laï (L’Arbre de Mai)
16. Pourtas, pôouquéto (Portez chopine)
17. J’ai pris la clef de mon jardin
18. Loï tournoren pas pus (Nous n’y reviendrons plus)
19. Portiren pas d’oïci (Nous ne partirons pas d’ici)
20. Belle bergère dans les champs
First Publication. 1933
Language French - Auvergnat
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation voices


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"Harmonisées par Francisque Darcieux".