Georges Bizet (18381875)

Carmen Suite No. 2 (1875)

Nach der kritischen Ausgabe von Robert Didion

para: Orquesta sinfónica

Partitura de estudio, CD

Nº de artículo627301
Autor/CompositorGeorges Bizet
EditorDidion, Robert
Alcance104 Páginas
Duración24 minutos
Año de lanzamiento2014
Editorial/fabricanteSchott Music
N.º del fabricanteEAS 188
14,50 €
Plazo de envío: 2–3 días laborables (Alemania )
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'Carmen' is one of the most popular and most frequently performed operas across the globe. Its world premiere was a flop which the composer Bizet did not live to see. Nevertheless, the opera very quickly gained acceptance at all major theatres, bringing in its wake countless arrangements of some particularly beautiful music numbers.It was, in all probability, Bizet's close friend and fellow student Ernest Guiraud who brought 12 numbers of the opera together to form two orchestral suites. After the first Carmen Suite which unites the most beautiful instrumental settings, the second suite with arrangements of the best-known vocal pieces is now available as well. The musical text is based on our new scientific edition of the opera edited by Robert Didion.


Preface - I Marche de contrebandieres (Acte III) · II Habanera (Acte I) · III Nocturne (Acte III) · IV Chanson du toréador (Act II) · V La garde montante (Act I) · VI Danse bohême