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Te Deum - Bizet - Direction

Te Deum - Bizet - Direction

(Code: A121900341)

Composed by Georges Bizet in 1858 during a stay in Italy at the Villa Medici in Rome, the Te Deum, for soprano, tenor, mixed choir and orchestra, is one of the rare religious works by this French composer best known for his opera Carmen.
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Discover the Te Deum by Georges Bizet for soli (soprano, tenor), mixed choir and orchestra:

In 1857, at the age of 19, Georges Bizet won with his cantata Clovis and Clotilde the Prix de Rome for musical composition, a prestigious springboard at the time for a career as a composer, the reward for which was a three-year stay at the Villa Medicis.
It was during this stay in Italy in 1858 that he wrote the Te Deum, for soprano, tenor, mixed choir and orchestra, one of his rare religious works.

*Orchestra and conducting material available for rent from Editions A Coeur Joie.

About Georges Bizet:

Alexandre-César-Léopold Bizet, better known as Georges Bizet, is a French composer born in 1838 in Paris and died in 1875.
He is one of the composers of the Romantic period. He composed Carmen, one of the best known and most performed operas in the world. He is best known for his operas and orchestral suites, created over a short period of time, as he died prematurely at the age of 36.
Georges Bizet left about 120 musical works. For posterity, his name remains associated with the opera Carmen, one of the pillars of the French operatic repertoire; and with the orchestral suite L'Arlésienne, known for the theme of La Marche des rois and Li chevau frus, a Provençal song from the Middle Ages.

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