Le jeune Pâtre breton, H 65 (Berlioz, Hector)
Felix Weingartner (1863–1942), German text
Percy Edward Pinkerton (1855–1946), English text
Only the German and English translations are possibly under copyright in the EU.
French / German
Becher, German text
Collection de 32 mélodies pour une ou plusieurs voix et choeur par Hector Berlioz.
Paris: S. Richault, n.d.. Plate R. 13682.
This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project.
|Work Title||Le jeune Pâtre breton|
|Opus/Catalogue Number||Œuvre 13 No.4 ; H 65|
|Year/Date of Composition||1833–35|
|First Performance||1833-12-22 in Paris, Conservatoire. A|
1834-11-23 in Paris, Conservatoire. B
1835-11-22 in Paris, Conservatoire. D
|Librettist||Auguste Brizeux (1803–1858)|
|Dedication||à Monsieur Gabriel Baecker|
|Instrumentation||A: voice, piano|
B: soprano, orchestra – LOST
C: voice, horn, piano
D: mezzo-soprano or tenor, orchestra
- Paris: 1835 (version C)
- Paris: ca.1839 (version D)
- Paris: either version A published or C re-issued 1850, as No.4 of Œuvre 13, Fleur des landes (vocal score)
- Paris: 1863, included in Collection de 32 Mélodies: no. 25
- Leipzig: Breitkopf und Härtel, n.d., as part of Hector Berlioz Werke (1900–07), Serie VI: Band XV (1903) and Serie VII: Band XVII (1904), edited by Charles Malherbe and Felix Weingartner
- Kassel: Bärenreiter, as part of New Berlioz Edition (1967–2005)
- BA 5453, Volume 13 (1975), edited by Ian Kemp
- BA 5455, Volume 15 (2005), edited by Ian Rumbold
- Horn parts are slightly unclear: in the Breitkopf edition, the first page indicates two lines, each labelled "corno", i.e. each line singular = 2 horns. However, on the second page of the full score, each line says "Cor.I", which would indicate more than one on each line. On page 3, the indication is "solo à l'orchestre", also indicating more than one. At no point is there more than a single line of notes on each staff, so if there are 4 horns, the 2nd horns will be playing unison.