Georges Bizet (18381875)

L'Arlésienne Suite Nr. 1

Eulenburg Studienpartituren

para: Orquesta sinfónica

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Nº de artículo392032
Autor/CompositorGeorges Bizet
EditorLesley A. Wright
Alcance100 Páginas
Editorial/fabricanteSchott Music
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The première of Daudet's play, L'Arlésienne, with incidental music by Bizet, at the Théâtre du Vaudeville on 30 September 1872, was a devastating event for both playwright and composer and the production was removed from the repertory after 19 performances. The critic Johannès Weber, however, was alert to the quality of Bizet's score and suggested that the composer should excerpt and rescore several pieces for the Concerts populaires where 'the lovely music would be better appreciated than at the Vaudeville'. Bizet must have moved rather quickly to follow Weber's suggestion, for the première of the first Arlésienne suite took place only six weeks later at the Concerts populaires on 10 November 1872 and the work in its new abridged form was soon taken up by many other orchestras. Thus, before his death in June 1875, Bizet had the satisfaction that his suite from L'Arlésienne was played by all the major concert societies in Paris and it has remained firmly in the concert and recorded repertoire ever since.


  • Preface
  • Editorial Notes
  • Vorwort
  • Revisionsbericht
  • Préface
  • Notes éditoriales
  • Textual Notes
  • Orchestration/Orchesterbesetzung/Instrumentation
  • I. Prélude
  • II. Minuetto
  • III. Adagietto
  • IV. Carillon