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Petites cantates sur grands poèmes- Choir

Petites cantates sur grands poèmes- Choir

(Code: A111309051)
These singings for choir in unison can be accompanied by string instruments or a piano. They were composed by Jacques FILLEUL. These compositions are for choirs of conservatoires, music schools or children /teenagers groups who can perform accompanied by a piano and a string quartet. The instrumental writing are also for this kind of choirs and the complete sheet can be a learning material (stroke of the blow indicated, for example). On the other hand, the piano part is not for soloists but a complement to the orchestra. Jacques Filleul assumed that “great poems” which are part of our heritage have to be known by children and singing them is the best way to learn and memorize them… These singings can be performed one at a time.
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56g
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Ode à Cassandre (Jacques Filleul/ Pierre De Ronsard)
Avril (Jacques Filleul/ Rémy Belleau)
Le soir (Jacques Filleul/ Alphonse Lamartine)
Le cor (Jacques Filleul/ Alfred Vigny)
Printemps (Jacques Filleul/ Victor Hugo)
Un printemps encore (Jacques Filleul/ Théophile Gautier)
Les elfes (Jacques Filleul/ Leconte De Lisle)
Les lauriers sont coupés (Jacques Filleul/ Théodore Banville)
La lune blanche (Jacques Filleul/ Paul Verlaine)
Le chant de l'eau (Jacques Filleul/ Emile Verhaeren)
Nos rivières (Jacques Filleul/ Georges Rodenbach)
La danse fleurie (Jacques Filleul/ Robert Campion)
Novembre (Jacques Filleul/ Marcelle Verite)
Dansons la capucine (Jacques Filleul/ Marie Noel)

These singings for choir in unison can be accompanied by string instruments or a piano. They were composed by Jacques FILLEUL. These compositions are for choirs of conservatoires, music schools or children /teenagers groups who can perform accompanied by a piano and a string quartet. The instrumental writing are also for this kind of choirs and the complete sheet can be a learning material (stroke of the blow indicated, for example). On the other hand, the piano part is not for soloists but a complement to the orchestra. Jacques Filleul assumed that “great poems” which are part of our heritage have to be known by children and singing them is the best way to learn and memorize them… These singings can be performed one at a time.