Berceuse, Op.53 (Broustet, Édouard)
Paris: L. Parent
Paris: E. Minier, n.d.. Plate E. 1823. M.
From the uploader's library. Small non stapled folded format : unfolded and scanned 2 up in A3 format (35x27cm).
Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 2e série, 69e année, Nº 36, 4 Septembre 1880, page 495, registration 3147.
|Alternative Title||Berceuse pour Instruments à Cordes avec Ctrebasse ad libitum|
|First Publication||1880 or earlier|
|Dedication||A mon ami G.Salvayre|
|Instrumentation||String Quartet (or String Orchestra?) (Double Bass ad lib.)|
Op.53 one assumes is also the same as the Berceuse for piano op.53 (arranged?) but as has been pointed out to me, there is also a Danse morocaine for orchestra, published by Durdilly of Paris (score and parts at the Free Library of Philadelphia), with the same opus number (and the British Library confirms this assignment of opus number to this Moroccan Dance)- either (unusually? for the late 19th century, unlike the early 19th century) Op.53 was assigned to two different works, or these are related works... ?? Can anyone clarify? - Schissel