20 mélodies (Hüe, Georges)

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Paris: Alphonse Leduc, n.d. Plate A.L. 8260

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Work Title 20 mélodies
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Composer Hüe, Georges
Movements/Sections 20 songs
  1. Espérance (Ch. Joliet)
  2. Floréa (Ed. Guinand)
  3. Chanson Mauresque (N. Brument)
  4. Chanson d'Exil (Fr. Coppée)
  5. Le Poète au Calife (Victor Hugo)
  6. Villanelle (A. Ocampo)
  7. Octobre (Fr. Coppée)
  8. Sous l'épais Sycomore (Leconte de Lisle)
  9. L'invitation au Voyage (Ch. Baudelaire)
  10. A des Oiseaux (Eugène Adenis)
  11. Extase (Victor Hugo)
  12. Chant Grec (A. Ocampo)
  13. Violettes (Armand Silvestre)
  14. Chant de Noces (Henry Gréville)
  15. Fidélité (Armand Silvestre)
  16. L'Inconnue (C. de l'Eglise)
  17. Le Bateau Rose (Jean Richepin)
  18. Le Bateau Noir (Jean Richepin)
  19. Epiphanie (Leconte de Lisle)
  20. Sourire Trompeur (G. Cerfberr)
First Publication 1890 ?
Language French
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voice, piano
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