Parodie de Lucie (Parizot, Victor)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: E. Gérard et Cie., n.d.(1860?). Plate C.M. 7521?.
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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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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/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4
First Publication. 1850 – Paris: E. Mayaud
Librettist Ernest Bourget (1814–1864)
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
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.