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Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Voice and Piano
Théodore Reinach (1860–1928)
Greek / French
Eugène d'Eichthal (1844–1936), French translation
Paris: S. Bornemann, 1914. Plate S. B. 5203.
Public Domain [tag/del]
||Hymne à Apollon, op.63bis
|Year/Date of Composition
||1894 (revised for voice and piano in 1914)
||12 April 1894
||Unattributed 2nd Century, Henri Weil (1818-1909)
||Greek / French
||Voice, flute, 2 clarinets, harp
- 1) Although it looks like this is a harp part, the title page says "piano et chant", and after the first section, there are cues for the flute and clarinet parts, so this is clearly a reduction of the original instrumentation.
- 2) There is also a notation for "choeur" on page 4, though Grove Music doesn't mention a choir in any of the versions.
- 3) Grove Music also mentions "hmn", which is their abbreviation for harmonium, but there is no evidence of a harmonium part.
Graham Johnson also gives the instrumentation as harp, flute and 2 clarinets in his Gabriel Fauré: The Songs and Their Poets, page 252. Google Books link (which also gives premiere date.) Eric 01:28, 16 September 2010 (UTC)