Partition complète, La rose de Saint-Flour, Opérette en un acte par Jacques Offenbach

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Redécouvrez les partitions de la musique La rose de Saint-Flour partition complète, opérettes, composition de Offenbach, Jacques. Cette partition romantique célèbre écrite pour les instruments suivants:
  • solistes vocaux
  • orchestre

La partition enchaine une variété de mouvements: 1 Act et l'on retrouve ce genre de musique répertoriée dans les genres pour voix, orchestre, langue française, opérettes, partitions pour orchestre, Stage travaux, partitions pour voix, pour voix avec orchestre, opéras
Visualisez dans le même temps d'autres musique pour solistes vocaux, orchestre sur YouScribe, dans la rubrique Partitions de musique romantique.
Edition: New York: Samuel French & Son, n. d. Plate M. 2898.
Traducteur: Henry Brougham Farnie (1836-1889), English text
Libbretiste: Michel Carré (1821-1872)
Publié le : jeudi 22 mars 2012
Lecture(s) : 73
Licence : Libre de droits
Nombre de pages : 41
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AMA.TEUR .,,
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ROSE
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t The Ltbi)etto, Stage Directions) & Music Con1plete.
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THE ROSE OF AUVERGNE: 1
COMIC OPERA
In 10nc ~ct,
WRITTEN BY
HENRY B. FARNIE.
COMPOSED BY
OFFENBACH~
NEW YORK: LONDON:
SAML. FRENCH & SON, SAMUEL FRENCH,
Publishers, Publisher,
No. 122 Nassau Street. No. 89 Strand. PERSONJE.
FLEURETTE ••••••...• (S.) ...•...•... La1ld!ad;' of a village cabaret.
ALPHO~SE .....•...... (T.) .•....••.• A Slwemakcr.
PIEH..l\..E. • • • • • • • • • • • • (2nd T.) ••••••.• A Blacksmztlz.
COSTUMES.
FLEURETTE: Short print dress, small white apron, white cap, high-11eeled shoes.
ALPHONSE : Green or blue long-tailed coat, brass buttons ; peg-top, striped
trousers, too short ; boots ; large shirt-collar ; cravat ; and red waistcoat;
flaxen wig and white beaver. Pn~r·mE: Dirty canvas trousers; highlows;
leather apron; shock wig; shirt sleeves rolled up.
SCENE.-The interior of FLEURETTE's cabaret. A kitchen set, with practicable fire­
place, R. Door in flat and L. practicable. A plain deal table c., three or four
plain chairs at back. A side table, L. u. E.
NoTE.-\Vhen played in a drawing-room, without scenery, the imaginary stage shou1d
be so placed as to take in a fire-place; if this is not possible, then some structure must be
managed to realize the idea of one. One side door, supposed to lead into the street, will be
sufficient for the business. The Pianoforte should be at the side, between audieuce and
performers.
PROPERTIES REQUIRED.
A stew-r~n; a soup tureen; five or six soup-plates (t\vo to be broken); a marketing­
basket, .containing greens, carrots, &c.; a bit of bacon wrapped in paper~
three or four tallo\v candles wrapped in ditto; a soup-ladle; spoons; two or
three bottles, one "vith wine, to stand on side tabJe; tumblers; a pair of high­
heeled shoes witlt pink rosettes; some lengths of \Vorsted resembling candle­
wicks to put in soup; a long French loaf; a second stew-pan, with a large
hole in it; a small bouquet; a table-cloth; a pitcher; an old slipper with pink
rosette to be put in tureen.
•. • Applicati01zs in refermce to the performance of this Work sltrm!d be made to Messrs.
lJ!fet.zlcr & Co. Great .frf ar!borouglt Street, of wltom tlte Band parts 1
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THE ROSE OF AUVERGNE.
COMIC OPERA, IN ONE ACT.
FANTASIA OVERTURE. 4
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and Alphonse the shoemaker, are coming here to dinner in sorrow a broken stcw-pmt.
a few minutes, ar.d I won't have bite or sup to give them.
FLEUR.-Cracked! broken! smashed---my only stew-pan. Dear ! dear--how provoking. (Reflectively.) Could I mend
Here's a pretty business. For to-clay being a public it with sealing-wax? No, I'm afraid that won't do. If it
holiday all the ironmongcrs are shut up, and not a had been any other but these two-- oh ! they are so
awfully devoted to me, and so jealous of each oLher. l pot or pan is to be had for love or money. (Puts
down pan, and comes for·ward.) I don't know w!Iat really don't know which to choose.
No. 1. SoNG-HEIGH-HO! WHICH TO CHOOSE.
Piano.
FLEURETTE.
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Song over, FLEURETTE goes to side table, arranges bottles, PIERRE.-Not here? Ha! Thousand sledge-hammers J
stirs fire, &>c., during next speech. (wavf's pan), the serpent of jealousy is dining off my
.FLEUR.-Then there's the dance on the green to-night, and interior! Can that milk-sop Alphonse have been here
I have nothing but these coarse boots. Ah ! if I had before me 1 I will break him into bits, I will ! I have
only a neat pair oflittle shoes, with rosettes in them-and a biceps-there! (swings arm). But no! it cannot be
a new stew-pan- then I think I could die happy! But it -Mademoiselle Fleurette could never have the bad taste
is too blissful a vision-very much too blissful. Mean­ to prefer a cobbler to a son of Vulcan. Never! What I
while the dinner-liour approaches-one more effort to marry a ninn.y that actually so far forgets himself as to
get a stew-pan and buy my vegetables. ( .SJze takes bas/;:et wash his hands! 1 rlan·t. These are hands made for
from below side-table.) There !-Heigh-ho !-(Si11gs, love !-hard as a hammer. Now that she is gone, I will
without aJt accompauimeut, a few bars of the last song, hang up the stew-pan-soft emblem of my love-on the
and goes off.) wall,-embalmed with my sighs (sighs heavily). I know
E11ter, ajter a sl(glzt pause, PIERRE, carrying a new stew-pan. she wants one-and here it is I
He looks round room, then comes front.
No. 2. SoNG-THIS STEWPAN BRIGHT AND NEW. <T.>
(PIERRE.)
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