Parodie de Lucie (Parizot, Victor)

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#321754 - 1.91MB, 7 pp. -  0.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (0) - V/V/V - 29x

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Schissel (2014/4/13)

PMLP520744-ParizotParodiedeLucie.pdf
Publisher Info.:

Paris: E. Gérard et Cie., n.d.(1860?). Plate C.M. 7521?.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

Plate C.M. 1521 has been struck through on each page, and replaced with 1521. It is hard to tell whether this 7-page work is the whole "Mélodrame lyrique in 4 Actes" by Parizot & Bourget first published ca.1850- doubtful- but if not, what is it?

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General Information

Work Title Parodie de Lucie
Alternative Title Mélodrame lyrique en 4 Anathèmes avec des Cors des décors des chœurs et des recors ; Mélodrame lyrique en 4 Actes ; "Parodie de "Lucie de Lammermoor"" ; Lucie ou la fiancée de la mère Moreau, mélodrame lyrique en 4 anathèmes (1850 title)
Composer Parizot, Victor
Movements/Sections 4
First Publication 1850 – Paris: E. Mayaud
Librettist Ernest Bourget (1814–1864)
Language French
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Narrator, soloists, piano?


Misc. Comments

Instrumentation given by subtitle would require horns, choruses, soloists, etc. - what one has is soloists and piano and narrator/instructions (vocal score, melodrama). Whether subtitle is meant seriously (parodie, &c...?) is a fair question... - Schissel

(1850 date for Lucie ou la fiancée... is given as ca. in Worldcat, but is confirmed by BdlF - Publication noted in the Bibliographie de la France 1e série, 39e année (53e de la collection), Nº 50, 14 Décembre 1850, p.656, r.321.

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