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Universal Edition - Henri Pousseur – Échos de Votre Faust

Henri Pousseur

Henri Pousseur
Échos de Votre Faust

Year of composition: 1969
Scored for: for mezzo-soprano, flute, violoncello and piano
Composer: Henri Pousseur
Text Author: Michel Butor; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Gérard de Nerval; Luis de Góngora; Christopher Marlowe; Francesco Petrarca
Soloists: Mezzosopran
Instrumentation details:

Table of Contents:
La ligne des toits (Violoncello solo)
Couleur de l'air A (Trio, ohne Flöte)
Insinuations (Quartett)
Grande loterie du labyrinthe des fantômes (Quartett)
Les herbes des yeux (Flöte und Klavier)
Couleur de l'air B (Trio, ohne Klavier)
Le tremble et le rossignol (Trio, ohne Stimme)
Remarks: Die Flötenpartie kann auch von einer Violine oder Klarinette gespielt werden. Die Vokalpartie kann auch von einer Klarinette gespielt werden.
Duration: 26′
Dedication: à monsieur Alfred Kalmus zum 80.
 
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Performing score – Echos de Votre Faust

  • for mezzo soprano, flute, cello and piano
  • Edition type: performing score
  • UE15104
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-4662-8
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-01603-5
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