Drot og Marsk (Heise, Peter)
No files submitted.
The autograph manuscript is available on DKB at ; the 723 .jpg files need to be converted to a single .pdf file.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano solo (Grandjean)
Axel Grandjean (1847-1932), piano reduction
Copenhagen: C.C. Lose (F. Borchorst), 1878.
Plates: 2729 (Inledning), no (rest of the opera), 29877 (last page).
The engraving of the Inledning is the same as in the above edition.
See also: Ouverture til Marsk Stig (Heise, Peter). This ouverture, written for Hauch's play, seems to have been re-used by the composer, in the Inledning of the opera.
|Work Title||Drot og Marsk|
|Alternative Title||King and Marshall. Tragisches Gesangsdrama.|
|Year/Date of Composition||1875-77|
|First Performance||1878 September 25, Copenhagen, Royal Theater|
|Librettist||Christian Richardt (1831-1892)|
after Carsten Hauch (1790-1872)
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
|Instrumentation||Voices, chorus, orchestra|
|Related Works||Ouverture til Marsk Stig|
Peter Heise’s opera of 1878 King and Marshal is regarded as one of the most important Danish operas from the 19th century. Until now the work has been almost unknown outside Denmark, probably mainly because of the state of the performance material and the language barrier. The opera can, however, hold its own among other 19th-century operas both musically and dramatically.