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Elegie (1912)

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5 thoughts on “ Elegie (1912)

  1. Originally composed as incidental music for part of an orchestral suite and later transcribed for cello and piano, Elegie has become one of the most popular pieces of music by the prominent French composer Jules Massenet.5/5(1).
  2. For flute and harp or piano. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number a Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
  3. Recordings. See: Mélodies célèbres (Various) for a recording by Georges Thill (ténor) and Maurice Faure, Pierre Chagnon Orchestra, Eugène .
  4. The "Elegie" is based on a melodie that Massenet wrote; that melodie was based on an incidental music that Massenet wrote for "Les Érinnyes", a drama focused on Greek tragedy written by Leconte de Lisle.
  5. Meditation From Thais "By Jules Massenet (). Edited by Roger Nichols. For violin and piano accompaniment. Classical Period. Difficulty: medium. Set of performance parts.

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