Perla (Marqués, Miguel)

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Publisher. Info. Madrid: Antonio Romero, n.d.(ca.1871). Plate A.R. 1545, 1544.
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Publisher. Info. Holograph manuscript, 1871.
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Publisher. Info. Madrid: El teatro, 1871.
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Misc. Notes Without the title page and the list of roles (not scanned?).
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Work Title Perla
Alternative. Title Zarzuela en 1 acto
Name Translations Перла
Authorities WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: 185091513; BNE: XX3204246
Composer Marqués, Miguel
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IMM 10
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 act (probably 7 musical numbers):
(?) Prelude
1. Aquí está la gitana (Perla, Perchado, mixed chorus) — Bolero. Yo soy el ave pura (Perla, with chorus)
2. (?) Dúo. ¡Enlazar nuestra suerte...! (Perla, Olmedo)
3. (?) Si yo dijera mi sentimiento (Perchado)
4. Vals (instrumental)
5. (?) No pretendas que haya fares (Perla, Clara, Olmedo, Perchado, mixed chorus)
6. (?) Final. Con mis hechizos y con mis danzas (Perla, chorus)
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1871
First Performance. 1871/12/02, Teatro de la Zarzuela
Librettist Juan José Herranz y Gonzalo (1839-1912)
Language Spanish
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation 4 voices, mixed chorus, orchestra
External Links Wikipedia article

Misc. Comments

  • The musical numbers listing is presumable and is composed after the indications in the libretto.
  • In the libretto No.1 has an introductive part for Perchado and chorus and also one more chorus stanza after Perla's bolero. This means the present Romero edition is a separate print of Perla's part.
  • As the only two numbers of Romero's edition have plate numbers 1545 and 1544 despite being Nos. 1 and 4, these might be the only numbers published. Also, 1871 is the first year when zarzuelas by Marqués were staged. This may have been a reason to publish only best parts of the zarzuela. On the other hand, by 1871 he has already composed two symphonies.