The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Recently found by viaLibri....

La Délivrance de Thésée. Opéra minute en six scènes [Op. 99] à Monsieur Hertzka [libretto by] Henri Hoppenot. Autograph musical manuscript of the complete work in piano-vocal score. Signed and dated by the composer on the final page "l'Enclos August 18, 1927." The Stichvorlage for the editin published by Universal in 1928
Folio (348 x 268 mm.). Unbound. Music notated in ink on 16-stave music paper, text in pencil. [i] (autograph title with additional editorial notations in pencil and ink in German), [ii] (autograph note in Milhaud's hand on the setting and cast, [1]-14 pp. With French text in Milhaud's hand, German translation below in ink in another hand, with a note to title in the same hand stating that the German text is by R.S. Hoffmann. Housed in a custom-made maroon simulated leather box with dark red silk lining. With numerous editorial markings and occasional corrections in red, blue, and lead pencil including notes to the engraver on title. Small publisher's handstamp to title and first page of music. Slightly worn and soiled; outer bifolium frayed and torn at spine with some minor paper loss. Together with Milhaud, Darius. La Déliverance de Thésée Opéra minute en six scénes Der befreite Theseus Opéra minute in sechs Szenen... Paroles de Text von Henri Hoppenot Ins Deutsche übertragen von Karlheinz Gutheim und Wilhelm Reinking 1927 Partitino pour chant et Piano Klavierauszug mit Gesang. Wien: Universal Edition A.G. Copyright 1928... New German version copyright 1953 by Universal Edition A.G., Wien. Octavo. Orignal publisher's gray-blue wrappers with titling within decorative border. 1f. (recto title, verso cast list and instrumentation), 3-23, [i] (blank) pp. First performed in Wiesbaden in April 1927 under Rosenstock, the third part of a trilogy which included L'Enlèvement d'Europe and L'Abandon d'Ariadne. Beck pp. 76-77. Milhaud wrote these three short operas at the behest of Paul Hindemith who organized a number of concerts of contemporary music under the patronage of the Prince of Fürstenberg between 1922 and 1932. The operas were performed in Wiesbaden and Budapest and Milhaud made a recording on a single record of the three for Columbia Records. Milhaud: Notes Without Music, pp. 205-205.
Last Found On: 2017-12-19           Check availability:      Direct From Seller    


Browse more rare books from the year 1927

      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     563 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     

Copyright © 2019 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.