7 Petites images du Japon (Migot, Georges Elbert)

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Paris: Maurice Senart, 1917. Plate M. S. 3738.

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Work Title 7 petites images du Japon
Alternative. Title 7 petites images du Japon: Tirées du cycle de Heian, (IXe siècle)
Composer Migot, Georges Elbert
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 7 songs
  1. Comme la rivière Minano (Gosen Wakashū, No.771)
  2. Il est triste (The Tale of Genji, Chapter 1. Kiritsubo)
  3. Au vent d'automne (Kokin Wakashū, Vol.5 No.286)
  4. L'Averse est venue
  5. Durant cette nuit longue (Shūi Wakashū, Vol.13 No.778)
  6. Seulement parce qu'elle m'avait dit (Kokin Wakashū, Vol.14 No.691)
  7. Sur la lande printanière (Man'yōshū, Vol.8 No.1424)
First Publication. 1917
Librettist see below
  1. Emperor Yōzei (869–949), Michel Revon (1867–1943, translator)
  2. Murasaki Shikibu (ca.973–fl.1014), Michel Revon (translator)
  3. Anonymous, Michel Revon (translator)
  4. Izen Hirose (fl.1688–1711), Michel Revon (translator)
  5. Hitomaro Kakinomoto no (fl.680–fl.710), Michel Revon (translator)
  6. Sosei (fl.896–fl.909), Michel Revon (translator)
  7. Akahito Yamabe no (fl.724–fl.736), William George Aston (1841–1911, English translator), Henry-David Davray (1867–1943, French translator)
Language French
Dedication à Madame Jane Bathori
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Voice and piano
External Links monsieurk.exblog.jp (Japanese)