Poèmes Virgiliens (Dubois, Théodore)

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 1. Tityre
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 2. Galatea
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 3. Daphnis
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 4. Les abeilles
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 5. Le Léthé
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 6. Diana
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 Complete score
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Publisher Info.:

Paris: Heugel & Cie., 1898. Plate H & Cie. 19,508.

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Public Domain [tag/del]

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Work Title Poèmes Virgiliens
Alternative Title
Composer Dubois, Théodore
Movements/Sections 6 pieces
  1. Tityre (A minor)
    Tityre, tu patulae recubans sub tegmine fagi. Silvestrem tenui Musam meditaris avena.
  2. Galatea (F major)
    Et fugit ad salices, et se cupit ante videri.
  3. Daphnis (G minor)
    Exstinctum Nymphae crudeli funere Daphnim. Flebant:
  4. Les abeilles (E major)
    Illae continuo saltus silvasque peragrant. Purpureosque metunt flores et flumina libant. Summa leves.
  5. Le Léthé (D major)
    Animae, quibus altera fato. Corpora debentur, lethaei ad fluminis undam. Securos latices et longa oblivia potant.
  6. Diana (G major)
    Qualis in Eurotae ripis aut per iuga Cynthi. Exercet Diana choros.
First Publication 1898
Dedication see below
  1. à Madame H. Jossic
  2. à Louis Diémer (1843–1919)
  3. à Léon Delafosse (1874–1955)
  4. à Raoul Pugno (1852–1914)
  5. à Mademoiselle Rose Depecker
  6. à Antonin Marmontel (1850–1907)
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation piano 2 hands


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Each piece has a poetic epigraph by Virgil (70 BCE–19 BCE).

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