L'Orfeide (Malipiero, Gian Francesco)

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Icon US-flag.png I. La morte delle maschere PDF file, Scanned by US-CHH   
58 (v, 53) pages, 3.65 MB Uploader: Massenetique (31 August 2011)   
Icon US-flag.png II. Sette canzoni PDF file, Scanned by US-CHH   
137 (vii, 130) pages, 6.61 MB Uploader: Massenetique (31 August 2011)   
Icon US-flag.png III. Orfeo, ovvero L'ottava canzone PDF file, Scanned by US-CHH   
58 (v, 53) pages, 3.63 MB Uploader: Massenetique (31 August 2011)   
Translator:

Édouard Schneider (1880-1960), French text (I, III)
Henry Prunières (1886-1942), French text (II)

Language:

Italian / French

Publisher Info.:

London: J. & W. Chester, Ltd., 1922, 1919, 1922.
Plates J. & W.C. 9720, 9705, 9715.

Copyright:

This file is public domain in the USA only!
It is not PD in Canada, the EU or elsewhere.

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General Information

Work Title L'Orfeide
Alternative Title Triptych
Composer Malipiero, Gian Francesco
Movements/Sections 3 Parts
I. La morte delle maschere
II. Sette canzoni
III. Orfeo, ovvero L’ottava canzone
Year/Date of Composition 1918—22 (original version)
1924—25 (revised version with reduced orchestration)
First Performance 1920-07-10
Paris: Opéra (Sette canzoni only, original orchestration)

1925-11-05

Düsseldorf: Stadtsoper (Complete work, revised version)
First Publication 1919 (Sette canzoni only)
1922 (Complete work)
Librettist Gian Francesco Malipiero (1882-1973)
Language Italian
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Vocal soloists, Chorus, Orchestra
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