Partition complète, Nell GwynneLa Princesse Colombine (1886 revival)

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Consultez les partitions de Nell GwynneLa Princesse Colombine (1886 revival) partition complète, Comic opéras, de Planquette, Robert. Cette partition romantique célèbre dédiée aux instruments comme:
  • voix
  • chœur
  • orchestre (2 flûtes et piccolo
  • 2 hautbois
  • 2 clarinettes
  • 2 bassons
  • 2 cornes
  • 2 (piccolo) trompettes
  • 1 trombone
  • timbales
  • percussion
  • cordes instrumentation at least en French revival version as Princesse Colombine)

La partition est constituée de différents mouvements: 3 Acts et est classée dans les genres
  • Comic opéras
  • Stage travaux
  • opéras
  • pour voix, chœur mixte, orchestre
  • partitions pour voix
  • partitions chœur mixte
  • partitions pour orchestre
  • pour voix et chœur avec orchestre
  • langue anglaise

Redécouvrez dans le même temps tout un choix de musique pour voix, 2 (piccolo) trompettes, timbales, 2 cornes, percussion, 1 trombone, 2 clarinettes, 2 bassons, orchestre (2 flûtes et piccolo, 2 hautbois, chœur, cordes instrumentation at least en French revival version as Princesse Colombine) sur YouScribe, dans la rubrique Partitions de musique romantique.
Edition: London: Metzler & Co, 1884. Plate M. 6119.
Libbretiste: Henry Brougham Farnie (1836–1889)

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NELL GWYNNE
Comic K^pera.
IN THREE ACTS.
WOBDS BY
H. B. F NIE.
MUSIC BY
R,_ PRANQUETPE.
V
NETT. PIANO NETT.VOCAL SCORE, PRICE 5s. SCOEE, 3s.
CLOTH BOUND, GILT, 2s. bU EXTRA.
by J. M. Stoddart & Co., m thentered according to Act Congress, in the year 1884, theof office of
Librarian Congress at Washington.of
5TZLER & CO., GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET,42, W,
STODDART & CO., PHILADELPHIA, U.S.A..
Produced at the Avenue Theatre, on February 7th, 1884.
NELL GWYNNE.
Uramatfe IBrrsonae.
Nell Gwynne the King's Theatre) Miss Florence St.(Of John.
King)Clare (Ward of the Miss Agnes Stone.
(Niece Weasel) ... Miss Warwick.Jessamine of Julia
Marjorie (Parish Waif—Servant to Weasel) Miss Victoria Reynolds.
Mr. M. Dwyer.—(In disgrace at Court Landlord and Waiter at the Dragon)\ v * Mr. A.Rochester Cadwalad^.
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The Beadle (The Local Authority) Mr. Lionel Brough.
Weasel (Village Pawnbroker) ... Mr. Arthur RoE^Rib.
(Cousin to Clare) Mr. CecilTalbot Crofton.
(A Strolling Player) ... Mr. Henry Walsham.Falcon
Hodge ) ,,.„ Mr. D. St. John.
J*%*"Podge 1 Mr. Hunt.}
(Buckingham's Foot-boy) ... Miss Agnes Lyndon.Peregrine
Harvesters, Huntsmen, Pages, Ladies th Court, Waiters,Village Lads and Lasses, of Falconers, cW., &c.
CONTENTS. PAGE
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2. Duetto Bouffe "The British Waiter (Rochester and Buckingham) ... 12—Rondo Only an Orange Girl (Nell Gwynne)3. " " 17—Quartette Heart! My Lover's Near!" Rochester, Buckingham,4. "O (Jessamine, and Weasel) 21
—Song "Once upon a Time" (Buckingham)5. 32— "
6. " O'er their Young Hearts (Nell, Clare, Rochester, and Buckingham) 35—Chorus "Clubs and Cudgels"7. 43—
8. Beadle's Sonc- '"Tis I!" (Beadle and Coro) ...
47
...8J.Exit of Peasants Si
9." -"Sweetheart, if Thou Nigh!" (Falcon)Serenade be Si
10. Finale, Act I—" Surprise!" (Tutti e Coro)O S5
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ENTR'ACTE
70—
'n. Pawn Chorus "About the Middle of the Week" ...
72
Exitni. of Peasants ...
79—
12. Rustic Rondo (Nell Gwynne)
S2—13. Song of the Clock "Tic, Tac" (Jessamine) ...
35—Gipsy14. Duettino "Maid of the Witching Eye"JM/ll and Clare) S8—Sextuor the (Nell,15. "Now Spell" Jessamine, jCJsa're, Rochester, Buckingham, and Weasel) 92—16. Song " First Love" (Nell Gwynne) <. ; 104— "17. Duet " The Dappled Fawn (Jessamine and Falcon) 10S—18. Song "Illusions!" (Buckingham) in—
19. Duetto "Turn AbojiV (Buckingham and Rochester)
114
.-'' "20. Finale, Act II,— What's Passing Here (Tutti e Coro) 120
ENTR'ACTE
137— "HuNTiNfc Chorus "The Eager Hounds
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Scena—*'The Broken Cavalier" (The Legend of Chelsea Hospital) (Nell Gwynne) 146
-.Exit of Hunting Party ...
152
"Romance— "The Trysting Tree (Falcon) ... i54
"24- (a) Scene Air—"& The Ball at Whitehall I . . .„T „
" (Nell Gwynne)"(b) i57Old Air— Green Sleeves \
"2 Idyll—5> Happy the Lot Weaseland"( Beadle) ,. 160
26. Quartette—" "The Rendez-vous (Nell, Clare, Rochester, and Buckingham)
. . 164—
27. Duettino "Timid Bird" (Jessamine and Falcon) 171
28. Finale, Act III—{Tutti e Coro)
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