Partition complète, La mascotte, Opéra-comique en trois actes, Audran, Edmond par Edmond Audran

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Jouez la partition de La mascotte partition complète, opéras comiques, par Audran, Edmond. La partition romantique dédiée aux instruments suivants:
  • solistes vocaux
  • chœur
  • orchestre

La partition offre une sélection de mouvements: 3 Acts et l'on retrouve ce genre de musique classifiée dans les genres partitions chœur mixte, partitions pour piano 4 mains, langue française, partitions pour orchestre, pour 2 musiciens, opéras, pour piano 4 mains (arr), pour voix et chœur avec orchestre, pour voix, chœur mixte, orchestre, Stage travaux, pour 1 musicien, pour piano (arr), partitions pour voix, partitions pour piano, opéras comiques
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Edition: Boston: O. Ditson & Co, 1881.
Traducteur: Theodore T. Barker (fl. 1881-1888), English text
Libbretiste: Alfred Duru (1829-1889)Henri Chivot (1830-1897)

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THE
"MASCOT."
MASCOTTE.)(LA
OPERACOMIC
3 ACTS,IN
MUSIC BY
AUDRAN.EDMOND
TO MUSIC BYOF WORDS-AND ADAPTATIONENGLISH TRANSLATION
BARKER.T.THEODORE
DIRECTIONS BYAND STAGEDIALOGUE
Jr.NORCROSS,I. W.
BOSTON :
Oliver Ditson Company.
BOSTON:NEW YORK: CHICAGO: PHILADELPHIA:
C. HAYNES & COHEALY. J. E. DITSON & CO. JOHNC. H. DITSON & CO. LYON &
Copyright, mdccclxxxi, by Oliver Ditson & Co. mcmix, by Olivkr Pitson CompanyCAST OF CHARACTERS.
BETTINA, the Mascot Soprano. EOCCO, a Farmer Beti
FIAMETTA, daughter of Lorenzo XVII Mezzo Sop* mo. FREDERIC, Prince of Pisa Tenor
PIWO, a Shepherd Bar-, one. PARAFANTE, Sergeant Baritone
TS)BFMZO XVII., Prince of Piombino Bari^ne. MATHEO, Inn-keeper Harifnu
Peasants, Lords and Ladies of Court, Soldiers, etc., eto
ARGUMENT.
The scer.c the operaof is laid in Piombino, Italy, in the 15th king's favorite. While she, weary of the splendor surroundsthat
century. The stage represents a farm, when the peasants are cele- her, pines for her free peasant life, and for her absent lover, Pippo
brating the vintage festival. Rocco, the farmer, instead of joining Among the other wedding entertainments, is to be a display given by
the pleasures, sits moodily apart. In reply to the peasants, who ask acompany of actors and dancers, the principal one of which, under the
the reason, he declares that it is on hisaccount of ill-luck, which name of Saltarelle, turns out to be Pippo in disguise. The lovers
turns all his efforts to disadvantage. Pippo, his shepherd, whom he meet, and plan an escape, which fails, however, through Rocco, who
had sent to his brother for aid in his misfortunes, returns, bringing announces the presence of Pippo to the Prince, and his arrest.
only a basket of eggs, and a letter, to the disgust of Rocco, with the Meanwhile, Fiametta has taken a great fancy to Pippo, and turns her
information that his brother has sent, also, his turkey-keeper, Bet- back upon Frederic. She acknowledges her passion to the former,
tina, who will bring good fortune histo house, she being a Mascot, and tells him that Bettina is false to him, and about to marry her
or hearth-angel, whose presence makes a home happy and prosperous. father, the Prince Lorenzo. At the last moment, Pippo Bettinaand
Pippo gives a glowing decription of Bettina's charms and accomplish- come together again, and explain matters. In a moment of general
ments, which Rocco laughs at; and when Bettina arrives, shortly confusion, —resulting from the cross-purposes of all parties they
afterwards, she meets with a cold welcome from him, and an order to escape by leaping through windowa into the river below, to the
leturn whence she came. While she is preparing to leave, the scene horror of all present.
is interrupted by the arrival of a hunting party, consisting of Prince In the Third Act, the scene lies in the large hail of an Italian
Lorenzo, his daughter, Prince Frederic, and members of the inn, in the duchy of Pisa. Soldiers of the Pisan army are carousing
court, who stop at the farm for rest and refreshment after the chase.
in honor of their recent victories, gained under the lead of Frederic,
The Prince who deems himself one of the unlucky ones, takes notice over the armies of Lorenzo. Pippo appears as a captain and friend
of Bettina, and by accident learns that she is the possesser of pecu- of Frederic, and Bettina, as a young trooper, in which disguise she
liar virtues, and determines to take her to his court, and make use of her has fought through the war, as the companion Pippo.of They reveal
hisgifts for own advantage. Rocco appeals from his decision but
; their real names and persons to Frederic, and Pippo declares his in-
the prince pacifies him witli the promise to make him Court Chamber- tention to leave the army and marry Bettina at once. While the
lain, with large powers and emoluments. He then ennobles Bettina, preparations are making for the wedding, Lorenzo, Fiametta and
as Countess of Panada, and with these added to the party, turns gaily Rocco disguised as strolling minstrels, and wandering through the
homeward, lea-ing Pippo behind, to his great disgust, and the sorrow country to gain living in theira altered condition, resulting from the
of Bettina. —reverses of the war meet the bridal party at the inn— make tl em
In the Second Act, we find the characters at the grand-ducal selves known to each other, and after proper explanations on all sides,
palace at Piombino. A grand fete is to be given in honor of the mar- Fiametta goes back to her old lover, Frederic, and the wedding ol
riage of Fiametta, the Prince's daughter, to Frederic, the crown prince Bettina and Pippo is celebrated with general rejoicing.
of Pisa. Bettina is in great favor at the court, and is believed to be the
INDEX.
ACT I. PAU8
PAGE 9- AH, LET ME BE! (Couplets.) 105
OVERTURE 20. NOW, OF MY VILLAGE 1073
1. INTRODUCTION AND OPENING CHORUS 11 WHAT A CHARMING, BRIGHT DISPLAY 111
2. DRINKING SONG AIR OF SALTARELLE15 111
LEGEND OF THE3. MASCOT. (Ballad.) 21 22. EXIT 119
4. NOW THE VINTAG TIME 23. KNOW'ST THOU THOSE ROBES? (Duet.)29 120
COME, NOW, MY BEAUTY.5. (Song and Chorus.) 24. FROM COURTIERS AS THEY31 PASS 130
6. DON'T COME TOO NEAR. (Song.) 25- TO HUNT THE STAG. (Couplets.)33 135
7. CHORUS AND PRESAGE SONG FINALE . 11837 26.!
8. WISE MEN )..'.!"..'......IN ALL AGES. (Song.) ONE46 DAY, A CAPTAIN BOLD. (Song.
. 149
WHEN THE GAY SPORT9. 52 ACT III.10. THIS COUNTRY LAD. (Couplet) 54
(I. THAT PECULIAR CHARM. (Song.) 56 ENTR' ACT 169
12. WHEN I BEHOLD. (Duet.) 59 CHORUS OF SOLDIERS ... 170
13. SCENIC MUSIC 63 ETRANCE PRINCEOF THE 177
14. FINALE. (Chorus.) 6? SONG OF THE DRUM 178.COACHING15 CHORUS 84 ENTRANCE OF THE REFUGEES 186
ORANG-OUTANG SONG 192ACT II. OF WEDDING PARTY 200
ENTR' ACT 04 I NEAR THE GOAL. (Song.) 201
16. O, WHAT BEAUTY! (Chorus.) HOW IS THIS, PIPPo? (Quartette.) 20695
EXCUSE MY BOLDNESS. (Couplet.) WITHAH, WRATH. (Ensemble.) .;. 21a99
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