Macbeth (Chélard, Hippolyte André Jean Baptiste)
Theodor Lachner (ca.1795–1877), keyboard reduction
Munich: Falter & Sohn, No.83, 1828.
Includes pencil markings and several leaves of handwritten music bound in. Hrm. Did Falter & Sohn use edition nos. much? Yes, plate 83 wouldn't fit the plate table we have at Falter & Sohn - if we assume that Falter, and Falter & Sohn, used consecutive/continuous plates.
|Alternative Title||Tragédie lyrique; Heroische Oper|
|Composer||Chélard, Hippolyte André Jean Baptiste|
|First Performance||1827, Paris|
|Librettist||Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle
|Language||French / German|
|Dedication||Ludwig, King of Bavaria|
|Instrumentation||voices (13), chorus, orchestra piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, english horn, 2 clarinets, basset horn, serpentone, ophicleide, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, 4 trumpets, 3 trombones, triangle, cymbal, large drum, timpani, harp, strings|
|External Links|| (1830 abschrift)|
(1827 SLUB copy of libretto (judging from link provided))
Instrumentation from 1830 abschrift @ RISM. The work exists in both a 3 and a 4 act version (and was also produced in a combined version (à la Boris Godunov?)) judging again from RISM entries.