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Consultez la partition de morceau I puritani Preliminaries - Act I, opéra seria, par Bellini, Vincenzo. Cette partition romantique célèbre écrite pour les instruments suivants:
  • CastLord Arturo Talbo (ténor)
  • Elvira (soprano)
  • Sir Riccardo Forth (baryton)
  • Sir Giorgio Valton (basse)
  • Lord Gualtiero Valton (basse)
  • Sir Bruno Robertson (ténor)
  • Enrichetta di Francia (mezzo-soprano) + chœur (SSATTBB)orchestre Piccolo
  • 2 flûtes
  • 2 hautbois
  • 2 clarinettes
  • 2 bassons 4 cornes
  • 3 trompettes
  • 3 trombonestimpani
  • basse tambour
  • cymbales
  • stringsOff-stage — hunting bugles

Cette partition aborde plusieurs mouvements: 3 Acts et l'on retrouve ce genre de musique répertoriée dans les genres pour 4 musiciens, partitions pour voix, pour 1 musicien, pour piano (arr), pour voix et chœur avec orchestre, partitions pour violon, partitions pour violoncelle, pour voix, chœur mixte, orchestre, pour 2 musiciens, pour piano 4 mains (arr), partitions pour piano, pour clarinette, piano (arr), partitions pour piano 4 mains, opéra seria, Stage travaux, partitions pour flûte, italien langue, partitions pour clarinette, pour flûte, violon, violoncelle, piano (arr), partitions chœur mixte, partitions pour orchestre, opéras
Consultez en même temps d'autres musique pour 2 clarinettes, Sir Giorgio Valton (basse), 3 trombonestimpani, 2 bassons 4 cornes, stringsOff-stage — hunting bugles, basse tambour, Sir Riccardo Forth (baryton), Elvira (soprano), 2 flûtes, Lord Gualtiero Valton (basse), 2 hautbois, Enrichetta di Francia (mezzo-soprano) + chœur (SSATTBB)orchestre Piccolo, CastLord Arturo Talbo (ténor), cymbales, Sir Bruno Robertson (ténor), 3 trompettes sur YouScribe, dans la catégorie Partitions de musique romantique.
Date composition: 1835
Edition: London: Novello, Ewer & Co, n. d.
Traducteur: Natalia Macfarren (1827-1916), English text
Libbretiste: Carlo Pepoli (1796–1881)François Ancelot (1794–1854)Xavier Boniface Saintine (1798–1865)

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KOVELLO'S OKIGINAL OCTAVO EDITIOX.
I PURITANI,
(THE PURITxlNS.)
AN OPERA
IN THREE ACTS,
COIMPOSED BY
BELLINIVINCENZO
EDITED AND TRANSLATED I X T ENGLISH BY
NATALIA MACFARREN.
Eat. Sta. Hall. Price 2s. 6d.
Ill Scarlet Cloth, is.
LONDON:
NOVELLO, EWEK AND CO.,
BEENEES STEEET1, ;^V.), AND So, POULTHi (E.C.). NEW YOLK: 751, BROADWAY,
AND
SIMPKIN, MARSHALL AND CO., LONDON. fci:EDITOR'S NOTE.
portions of this work in diflerent editionsThere are various readings of some :
tlie present agrees \\'ith tlie Score used in performance at the Italian Opera in
London.
Many incongruous harmonies and progressions throughout the work can only be
the composer's intention, andaccounted for by their being in accordance with stand
;"'"in his score. Bellini attempted to break new ground in The Puritans he stepped
his melodiesout of the ordinary round of chords that bear through "Norma" and
" Sonnambula," but in venturing upon a new element, he could not foil to manifest
his want of solid musicianship.
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1 PURITANI.
DEA3IATIS PEESOX-E.
LoED AExnrE Talbot, Cavalier (an adlK-rent of the Stuarts) 1st Tenor.
LoED Walton (GoTernor of the I'ortress) \ . .. 2nd Bas-;.-;
SiE GronGE (his brother) . . . . |
. . . . 1st Bass.
'5Sm EiCHAEB FoETH '
. . . . . Baritone.
.
^Bnr_\o (an officer) . . . . . / .
. . 2nd Tenor.
Hexeieita oe Feaxce (widow of Charles I.) . . . . 2nd Soprano.
Eltiea (daughter ofLord Aralton) .. .. .. 1st
Chorus of Puritan Soldiers and foUowers of Lord Arthur, Ladies of the Castle,
Pases and Servants.
Ill tlic first tv:o Acts the scene is laiJ i,) a fortress near Pìumontii ; in the third in a
[ftirJen near the fortress.
The scene of the Opera is laid in the time of the war between the Eoyalists
and Puritan-;. Walter (Lord l^'alton) Governor-General of a Fortress near Ply-
mouth, has a daughter, Elvira, bestow in marriage upon Sirwhom he is anxious to
Piicliard Forth, a Colonel in the Puritan army. Eh'ira, ho\vever, is in love v^ith
Lord Arthur Talbot, an adherent of the Stuarts : and only obtains her father's
sanction to her union \\-ith him through the intercession lier Uncle, Sir Georgeof
T\ alton. himselfa Puritan. Sir Eiehai-d, enraged at losing his bride, is determined
to he revenged on his rival. Amongst the lady, underprisoners in the Fortress is a
the name of j\Lidame Villa Forte, but \vho is in reality Henrietta,widow of Charles I.
Lordr Walton ha? received orders from the Parliament to send this prisoner to
London he
: therefore charges his soldiers watch over her and whento keep strict ;
Lord Arthur arrives, bearing the wedding presents to Elvira, he finds that he is
chosen to arrest his Queen. Elvira enters, dressed and in playfulnessas a bride,
throws lier veil over Henrietta's head. Aa-thur. knowing that the soldier.s have had
orders to allow the bridal Henriettaparty to leave the Forti-ess, enti-eats to retain
the veil and escape with him as the bride, during the temporary absence of Elvira.
Sir Eichard, entering at this moment, recognises Henrietta and Arthur, but permits
them to pass, and then informs Elvira that her lover has eloped with another lady.
After Arthur has conducted the Queen to a place of safety, he returns to find
Elvira out of her mind, and himselfcondemned to death. Her joy at again seeing
her lover restores her reason : and whde she is bewailing his punishment, news
arrives that (Tromwell has granted politicala free pardon to all captives and
oifenders, the Stuarts being completely conquered and the peace of England 're-
established.. "
INDEX.
I.ACT
No.
"'
'In'teoduction Arouse ye1. Phelude, and Chorfs ...
...'All'erta" ... ... 1
B.) high ascending"'Peatee, QrAETET—(S., T., Bar. & 'The sun on
" ... ULa huia, II solale stdlc'' ...
CONTIXUATION OF iNTRODt'CTION Eejoiee we"
... 19... ...'A'fisfa"
''
• ever lost theeEecit. and Akia—(Bar.) ... Oh, have I for
' -'>Ahper sera^ire io ti ptrdei''' ...
'Eecit. and Duet—(Sop. and Bass) AVell tliou knowest"
39Sai come arde" ... ... ...
"
•CnoRcs Xoble Arthur, welcome
<ilAd Arturo onore" ... ...
''
' dangerQuAETZT AND CiioRUS—(S.T.and2Lasses) Once I sought thee in doubt and
"'
' 6bte, cara, araor tcdora . . ...A
'Finale I. Without m}^ presence"
' rito ((wjtfsto" ... . . IIII
"
'9. Polacca—(Sop. and Cliorus) A chaplet of roses
vere/in vezzosa" ... ... S9Soil
"
10. CoNTINrATION OF FiNALE I. Soft may this snowy veil repose
101... ...Sidla verginea testa"
"'
'11. Quartetand Ciioeus and belov'd one—(S.T. 2Basses) Oh come,
... 130Oh vieni al tempio" ...
of Pinale I. of lamenting"12. End 'Oh day
' ... 139AJii dura sciaiju/ra'' ...
ACT II.
13. Ciioeus ... "Fatal day"
... 157"Ahi! dolor" ... ...
"
around her \\aving tresses14. EoiiANZA—(Bass) ... "A ros}- wreath
" Cinta di ... ... ... 170fiori"
ho\erunrepented"15. Eecit. and Concerted Piece ... "On earth the crimes that
''" 175Quar/r/iii, nel mal che eptesta valle serra ...
"
and tender16. Aria -sviTn Chorus—(Sop.) ... "Here his voice so low
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" 196dei" ... ...Il i-ival sedvar tu
III.ACT
••• 212...18. Stoesi ... ... .._.
"
" margin of a fountain19. Eecit.,CnoEUS&EoMANCE (Sop.and T.) By the—
... ... 216"A una fonte e solo"afflitto
" now is every sorrow20. Eecit. AND Duet and Ten.) ... Quite forgot—(Sop.
" istante" ... 228mirarti un solojV^el
2-11... -21. Finale III. ... .,....« — ^M — — —
—Ko. 1. PHELrDE AXD Imroductioic "AEOUSE TE."
Till', stage represents a spacious courtyard in the fortress, ichich the turrets, battlements and drawbridges Distantof are seen.
prospect mountains. The sun rises duringof the Introduction and illuminates tiie scene. On the tcalls sentinels are on guard.
Piccolo it 2 FiiUcs, 2 Oboes, 2 A Clarionets, 2 Btusoons, i Horns in D, Trumpets in B, 3 Trombones, Kettle Drum, Big Drum, Ciimbnts, ti: Sirinjs.
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