Angelo (Hahn, Reynaldo)

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Arrangements and Transcriptions


For Piano solo (Composer)

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Morel (2008/9/26)

Arranger Reynaldo Hahn (1874–1947)
Publisher. Info. Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.[1905]. Plate H. & Cie. 22.281.
Misc. Notes Arrangement may have been published later, despite similar plate number. That said, however, BNF seems to confirm 1905. (The - an? - arrangement of the pavane for full orchestra dates from somewhat later.)
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General Information

Work Title Angelo
Alternative. Title Angelo, tyran de Padoue, drame en 3 journées (en 5 actes)
Composer Hahn, Reynaldo
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 5
First Performance. 1905 February 7
First Publication. 1905
Librettist Victor Hugo (1802-1885)
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Orchestra
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Misc. Comments

BNF doesn't list any entries for the complete incidental music, it seems. External link gives several reviews for the premiere; there's information in a book about Sarah Bernhardt as well (who was Tisbé in the premiere.) The work itself may well be lost(?) except for this pavane (in its piano form and a 1909-published orchestral form) (and perhaps for vocal excerpts? A search for Angelo Hahn seems to collect some vocal recitals as well as performances of the piano version of this, for some reason...)