Viens, mignonne (Paladilhe, Émile)

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Schissel (2014/3/21)

Language English / French
Translator Claude Vincent, English text
Publisher. Info. Chants de France, No.6.
Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., 1885. Plate 2320?.
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Misc. Notes Plate 2320 seems low for a 1885 publication. Could be a number of reasons for that...
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General Information

Work Title Viens, mignonne
Alternative. Title
Composer Paladilhe, Émile
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1
First Publication. 1876? – Paris: Heugel
Librettist Possibly Adrien Dézamy (see below)
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, piano

Misc. Comments

"Viens, mignonne" refers to a work published in 1885 by Ditson. 1876 is the publication date of Paladilhe's "Mignonne" to words by Dézamy. Not having seen the latter the uploader is for the moment assuming that the former is the same work, but if not, will have to identify the former work's earliest publication date and real name (not the name assigned by Ditson's editors) asap (but not sooner). - Schissel

The Ditson series Chants de France, a collection of songs, duetts, etc. with French & English words..... seems to have commenced in 1871, perhaps before - which could explain the strange plate number. Carolus