Pastourelles of the XVth century (Guilbert, Yvette)

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Arranger Maurice Eisner (1880-1954)
Publisher. Info. Boston: O. Ditson Company, 1919. Plate 73279-58
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Work Title Pastourelles of the XVth century
Alternative. Title
Composer Guilbert, Yvette
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 20 pieces
  1. C'était la plus belle des trois = She was the fairest of the three
  2. Ma chère dame que je désire tant = My dearest lady, for whom my fond heart sighs
  3. L'amour de moi = My heart is held
  4. Et comment l'entendez-vous = Prithee, what mean you by that?
  5. Lourdaut = Simpleton
  6. Vrai dieu d'amour, confortez-moi = Dear god of love, aid I implore
  7. En baisant ma mye = When I kissed my dear one
  8. Gaudinette = Gaudinetta
  9. A qui dit-elle sa pensée? = To whom doth she confide her anguish?
  10. Sous une aubépine = Beneath the hawthorn tree
  11. En venant de Lyon = In coming from Lyon
  12. Si je suis trouvée = If beside my loved one
  13. Réconfortez le petit coeur de moi = Comfort and cheer this lonely heart of mine
  14. Au delà de la rivière = Just across the stream were they
  15. Les amants honteux = The scornful lovers
  16. Il est venu le petit oisillon = There came to me a tiny, tiny bird
  17. Chapeau de sauge = Chaplet of sage
  18. Ils sont bien pelés = They're but bone and thread
  19. Aimez-moi, ma mignonne = My dear one, love me truly
  20. Laissez jouer jeune gens = Let young people have their fun
First Publication. 1919
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Librettist Traditional
Language French and English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation voice and piano