6 Morceaux, VWV 3003 (Viardot, Pauline)

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Publisher. Info. Paris: E. Gérard et Cie., n.d.[1867]. Plate C.M. 10631.
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Misc. Notes Combined in 1 volume. Blank pages removed.
Note No.5 violin part in reverse order.
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Publisher. Info. Paris: J. Hamelle, n.d.[1882]. Plate J. 3442 H.
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General Information

Work Title 6 Morceaux
Alternative. Title
Composer Viardot, Pauline
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. VWV 3003
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IPV 8
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 pieces
  1. Romance
  2. Bohémienne
  3. Berceuse
  4. Mazourke
  5. Vieille chanson
  6. Tarentelle
First Publication. 1867
Dedication son fils Paul Viardot
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation violin, piano; also violin solo (No.3); piano solo (Nos. 2-3); cello, piano (No.5)

Misc. Comments

These pieces were offered either separately or together as a set. Note that the collection was referred to at the time as Pauline Viardot’s op. 6 (probably the only attempt ever to apply opus numbers to her works). The Berceuse existed in a version for solo violin, as performed in London in 1871 by Hugo Heermann, and it may have been sketched as early as 1852 as a piano piece for Frederick Lehmann; it was played as such at a concert in Paris in September 1897. The Bohémienne, too, was played as a virtuoso solo piece by Paul Viardot in 1883. The Vieille chanson apparently later existed in a version for cello and piano.

Manuscripts of the Romance, Mazourke and Tarentelle are at the Département de la Musique, Bibliothèque nationale de France.