Angelo (Cui, César)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Orchestra (Glazunov)
Aleksandr Glazunov (1865-1936)
St. Petersburg: W. Bessel & Co., n.d.. Plate 4900.
Re-orchestrated and transposed to F♯ minor. Glazunov not credited on publication.
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For Piano 4 hands
Barcarolle (Act III)
For Voice and Piano
Russian / German / French
St. Petersburg: W. Bessel & Co., n.d. (1876). Plate 643a.
For solo voice (without chorus).
|Year/Date of Composition||1871–75|
|First Performance||1876-02-13 – St. Petersburg, Maryinsky Theatre
|First Publication||1876 - St. Petersburg: W. Bessel & Co., Plates 634-664.*
|Librettist||Viktor Burenin (1841–1926), after Victor Hugo (1802–1885)|
|Instrumentation||Voices, Chorus, Orchestra
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
|Extra Information||This opera uses the same subject (by Hugo) as La Gioconda by Amilcare Ponchielli which premiered in the same year. The orchestral introduction re-orchestrated later by Aleksandr Glazunov, possibly for the 1901 revival in Moscow.|
|Operas by César Cui|