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Consultez les partitions de morceau Lohengrin partition complète, opéras, fruit du travail de Composer , WWV 75. La partition romantique célèbre écrite pour les instruments suivants:
  • Vocal soli et chœur mixte avec Orchestrapiccolo
  • 3 flûtes
  • 3 hautbois (3 = anglais cor)
  • 3 clarinettes (3 = basse clarinette)
  • 3 bassons 4 cornes
  • 3 trompettes
  • 3 trombones
  • tubatimpani
  • percussion (4 musiciens)
  • harpe
  • orgue
  • corde orchestre

La partition enchaine une variété de mouvements: 3 acts et l'on retrouve ce genre de musique classée dans les genres
  • opéras
  • Stage travaux
  • pour voix, chœur mixte, orchestre
  • partitions pour voix
  • partitions chœur mixte
  • partitions pour orchestre
  • pour voix et chœur avec orchestre
  • langue allemande
  • pour piano (arr)
  • pour 1 musicien
  • partitions pour piano
  • pour violon, piano (arr)
  • pour 2 musiciens
  • partitions pour violon
  • pour piano 4 mains (arr)
  • partitions pour piano 4 mains
  • pour 4 violoncelles (arr)
  • pour 4 musiciens
  • partitions pour violoncelle
  • pour 2 pianos 8 mains (arr)
  • pour orgue (arr)
  • partitions pour orgue

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Date composition: 1846-48
Rédacteur: Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
Edition: London: Novello, Ewer & Co, n. d.
Traducteur: Natalia Macfarren (1827-1916), English text

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OCTAVO EDITION.NOVELLO'S ORIGINAL
LOHENGRIN,
A ROMANTIC OPERA
IN THREE ACTS,
COMPOSED BY
RICHARD WAGNER.
EDITED BY
BERTHOLD TOURS,
AND TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH E Y
NATALIA MACFARREN.
Ent. Sta. Hall. Price 2s. Gd.
SearletIn Cloth, 4s
LONDON
jN'OVELLO, EAVEE and CO.,
1, BERNEKS STREET (W.), AND 05, POULTRY ;E.C.)
NEAY YORK : 7.J1, BROADWAY.—
L.brary Univ.' ot
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Norrh Caxuiiaa
LOHENGRIN.
DEAMATIS PEESOiS'iE.
(Knight the Holy Grail) ... ... Tenor.LoHEN&BiN of
..'. Bass.Henkt I., King of Germany ... ...
Feedeeick Telkamund (a Noble of Brabant) ...
Bass.The EoTAL Heeald ... ... ...
GoTTFEiED (Elsa's brother) mute personage
Brabant ... Tenors & Basses.PoUB Nobles OF
Soprano.Elsa OF Beabant ... ... ... ...
(wife of Telramund) ... ... ... Mezzo Soprano.Oktrud
... Soprano Alto.EouE Pages ... ... ... &
Chorus of Saxon and Brabantian Nobles, Ladies, Pages, &c.
JThe Scene 23asses in Antiuerji jperiod, the the lOtJt century.first half of;
AEGUMENT.
Act I.—Henry "the Fowler," has come to Antwerp to summon hisKing of Germany,
finds chiefslieges against the Hungarians, who threaten the eastern frontier ; he the divided
and without a leader—Gottfried, the Duke having mysteriously disappeared,j'oung son of the late
Frederick Telramund, claiming the sovereignty ofand in virtue of his wife's royal descent,
Brabant. Telramund openly accuses Elsa sister) of having murdered her brother(Gottfried's
win the crown answer the charge; the Kingto for herself: Elsa is summoned to appear and
decrees that her cause shall be submitted to ordeal of battlebetween Telramund and any champion
Elsa may choose she has seen in a vision, andto defend her. She describes a Knight -whom
swan, seenconjures him to fight for her. After repeated appeals, a skiif, drawn by a is to
approach the shore accepts Telramund's challenge.
; in it is Lohengrin, Elsa's chosen Knight, who
solemn promise neverBefore they fight, Lohengrin betrothes himself to Elsa, first claiming her
to question him as to his name came to her ; Telramund is overcomeor race, nor whence he
in the combat and stripped of lands and honours.
Act II.—Telramund and watching outside the Palace, which resoundsOrtrud (his wife) are
of Elsa and Lohengrin, andwith mirth and revelry ; they are determined yet to compass tlie ruin
Ortrud makes abe reinstated in their former rank. appears on the balcony, and to herElsa
she promises to obtain thepiteous appeal, which so efiectually moves Elsa to compassion, that
who amid falsereprieve of Telramund's sentence. shelter Ortrud for the night,She oft'ers to
protestations of Elsa's fi.itm-e happiness, andof gratitude, afiects concern for the uncertainty
enter abode of Elsa.contrives to insinuate the first in Elsa's mind. They thegerms of suspicion
trainThe retainers procession. Ortrud appears in theand vassals assemble to form the bridal
her haughty temper, andof Elsa's ladies arrived at the steps of the Minster, she cannot restrain
;
King anddisputes Elsa's ensuing commotion, theright of precedence : in the midst of the
Lohengrin converse with the evil-mindedenter. Lohengrin reproves his bride for holding
Lohengrin ofwoman ; they are proceeding Telramund interposes and accusesto the churchwhen
whiclisorcery, alleging them, and the mystery inthe strange manner of his coming amongst
the King and hisills name and rank are shrouded, the declaration. The faith ofin support of
Knights in Lohengrin for a moment overwhelm Elsa, buthowever remains unshaken : doubts
she casts them aside ; the train finally the church and they are united.enters
Knights andAct III. Elsa and chamber by a train ofLohengrin are conducted to the bridal
time having taken completeLadies,and for the first time are alone; doubt and suspicion by this
unmindful of hispossession of Elsa's mind, she questions husband with growing vehemence,her
she insist, to her he must revealwarnings that her doubts must end their happiness, for that if
made on Lohengrin'sBis secret. When their altercation is its height, a murderous attempt isat
handsperceive their intent,life by Telramund and four of his followers. Elsa, quick to
He then places Elsa inLohengrin his sword, who strikes Telramund dead with a single blow.
King. Before thethe care of her Ladies, charging into the presence of thethem to lead her
Percival, and a Knight oftheKing he meets her once more and reveals himself to be the son of
guardianship. As heHoly Grail; being known. lie is now retiu'n to its mysteriousbound to
speaks, and to Elsa's unspeakable griefhothe swan, leading the skifi^, appears again on the river,
the swan, who is nobids her an eternal farewell. Before into the sfcifl'he disenchantshe steps
otother than now takes rightful possessionGottfried, transformed by Ortrud's sorcery, and ^^ho
his Dukedom.m—— '
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PüELÜDE 1
ACT I.
Scene I.—The appeal to arms
The accusation ...
II.—Elsa U„
The vision 16
The challenge 20
The coming of Lohengrin 29
""III.—CnoEUs, All hail ... i^S„
"" •ic)CuoEUS, Doth he not seem
The promise 44
47The ordeal
Prayer 54
" Oh G5SlßETTO, joy''
II.ACT
PEELrDE ... 80
81ScEXE I.-—Ortrud and Frederick
""II. Elsa, Te wand'ring breezes 97.,
99Elsa and Ortrud ...
III.—The Eeveille 114„
"Choetis, betimes" 116The call hath summoned iis
126Proclaiming the ban
IV.—Bridal March and 143,, Chorus
149Ortrud's defiance
V.—Loliengrin and the King 159.,
162Frederick's accusation ...
"
"Ensemble, By dark surmise 172
ACT III.
Peelude (Grand March) 194
ScEXE I.—Bridal Chorus 1117
II. 204,, Elsa and Lohengrin
" Say, dost thou breathe 209
March 225„ III.—
Lohengrin's declaration 235
The parting 246.
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Cello. Violoncellos.
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Fl . . Flutes.
Oh. Oboes.
CI . . Clarionets.
B. CI. Bass Claiionet.
Cor. Ingl. . Corno Inglese.
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Bssn. Bassoons.
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Tiiimpets.Tpts. ..
Tromh. . . Trombones.
Th. Tuba.
K. Dr. . . Kettle Di-ums.
H^,. Harp.
Org. .. . . Organ.
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