Jocelyn, Op.100 (Godard, Benjamin)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Orchestra (Godard)
Paris: Choudens, 1894. Plate A.C. 7909.
Arrangement broadly speaking (since an orchestral suite usually involves rewriting material once used in a dramatic context so that it works in a briefer purely orchestral setting- but all good arrangements may involve a fair amount of rewriting, often because of the change of medium. Then again, the 2 suites may deserve their own page, as we often do with orchestral suites from dramatic works (ballets, operas, ...) instead of trying to shoehorn them into "selections/arrangements and transcriptions/..." and etc. where they don't always quite fit :)
Berceuse "Oh! ne t’éveille pas encore" (Act II)
For Theatre Orchestra (Windsperger)
For Violin, Cello and Piano with optional Bass (Delsaux)
For Violin, Cello and Piano (Roth)
For Violin and Piano (Tobani)
For Cello and Piano (Godard)
London: Metzler & Co., n.d.(1908). Plate M. 7891.
Mentions the Choudens copyright of 1896 on the cover (which is, indeed, when some Godard's own arrangements of the Berceuse for violin and piano and for piano were published by Choudens, according to the Bibliographie de la France), but this Metzler edition doesn't seem to be mentioned until a few 1908 publications, making that year seem a likely date. (Though arrangements for cello and piano by the composer were also published by Choudens in 1889.)
For Flute and Piano (Jacquet)
- See: Flute Classics No.11
For Piano Solo
|Alternative Title||Opéra en quatre actes tiré du poème de Lamartine|
|First Performance||1888-02-25 in Brussels: Monnaie|
|Librettist||Armand Silvestre (1837-1901)|
Victor Capoul (1839-1924)
|Dedication||A mon ami Daniel Barton|
|Instrumentation||Vocal soloists, Chorus, Orchestra|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
BNF has the following.
- Entracte from the 3rd act in full score (216 pages) .
- 2nd act, 1st tableau (full score) (268 pages) .
- Entire first act, partition d'orch. (216 pages) .
- 4th act, 1st scene (322 pages) .