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Choeurs d'opérettes Françaises vol 1

Choeurs d'opérettes Françaises vol 1

(Code: A135300045)

This first “Choeurs d’opérettes françaises” collection is composed of famous and little-known works. The 15 songs are short, playful, comic and light. Love and food were recurrent themes at that time. Choirs were selected for their musical quality but also for being performed by choirs of all levels. This anthology is a way of discovering those famous vocal musics of the second half of the 19th century and of the beginning of the 20th century, which was the operettas’ golden age.

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Couplet du vin doux : la vendange est terminée - la mascotte (Edmond Audran)
La gerbe a livré son grain - le puits qui parle (Edmond Audran)
C’est l'amour - les saltimbanques (Louis Ganne)
Chœur du limon - François les bas bleus (Andre Messager)
Chœur final - Isoline (Andre Messager)
Chœur des buveurs - Véronique (Andre Messager)
Prologue - Monsieur Beaucaire (Andre Messager)
C’est le marché de Corneville - Les cloches de Corneville (Robert Planquette)
Chanson des cloches - Les cloches de Corneville (Robert Planquette)
Chanson du cidre - Les cloches de Corneville (Robert Planquette)
Chœur des merveilleuses - La fille de Madame Angot (Charles Lecocq)
Chœur des conspirateurs - La fille de Madame Angot (Charles Lecocq)
Chanson villageoise - Les mousquetaires au couvent (Louis Varney)
Chœur et dictée - Les mousquetaires au couvent (Louis Varney)
Et maintenant que la fête est finie - Les travaux d’Hercule (Claude Terrasse)


This first “Choeurs d’opérettes françaises” collection is composed of famous and little-known works. The 15 songs are short, playful, comic and light. Love and food were recurrent themes at that time. Choirs were selected for their musical quality but also for being performed by choirs of all levels. This anthology is a way of discovering those famous vocal musics of the second half of the 19th century and of the beginning of the 20th century, which was the operettas’ golden age.