La procession (Franck, César)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: Alphonse Leduc, n.d. Plate A.L. 9041.
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Translator Nathan Haskell Dole (1852-1935), English text
Publisher. Info. Boston: The Boston Music Company, 1914. Plate B.M.Co. 3754.
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Language English / French
Translator Nathan Haskell Dole (1852-1935), English text
Publisher. Info. Boston: The Boston Music Company, 1914. Plate B.M.Co. 3755.
Reprinted Six Songs by César Franck. Low voice edition (pp.35-39)
Boston: The Boston Music Company, n.d.(ca.1916). Plate B.M.Co. 5326
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General Information

Work Title La procession
Alternative. Title
Composer Franck, César
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. FWV 88
Key E major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1888-89
First Performance. 1889-04-27 in Paris, Société Nationale de Musique
First Publication. 1892 - Paris: Alphonse Leduc (score and parts)
Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 
2e série, 81e année, Nº 27, 2 Juillet 1892, p.457, r.2628–2629.
Librettist Auguste Brizeux (1803-1858)
Language French
Dedication Charlotte Danner
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, Orchestra
2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinest, 2 bassoons
2 horns, timpani, harp, strings
External Links Composer's autograph (B-Br Mus Ms 377)

Misc. Comments

  • BdlF refers to Procession as a mélodie, while RISM refers to it as a sacred song. While not sacred in the sense of use in a church, the text is about God and nature. Tagged as both.