|Title:||Les Brigands D' Offenbach|
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This is a list of musical compositions by Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880). Offenbach is principally known for his operettas, of which he composed 98 between 1847 and 1880. He also wrote two opéras, Die Rheinnixen and his unfinished masterpiece Les contes d'Hoffmann. In his early career he was an internationally celebrated cello virtuoso, and he also wrote a series of vocal and instrumental pieces.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 202 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 202/202 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Les Brigands. BPM Profile Les Brigands. Album starts at 202BPM, ends at BPM (-202), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jacques Offenbach. Neeme Järvi conducts Offenbach. Ballade symphonique (Orchestre National de Montpellier feat conductor . C.
Les brigands (The Bandits) is an opéra bouffe, or operetta, by Jacques Offenbach to a French libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy. Meilhac and Halévy's libretto lampoons both serious (Schiller's play set to music by Verdi) and light theatre (Fra Diavolo and Les diamants de la couronne by Auber). The plot is cheerfully amoral in its presentation of theft as a basic principle of society rather than as an aberration
The Tales of Hoffmann (French: Les contes d'Hoffmann) is an opéra fantastique by Jacques Offenbach. The French libretto was written by Jules Barbier, based on three short stories by E. T. A. Hoffmann, who is the protagonist of the story. It was Offenbach's final work; he died in October 1880, four months before the premiere
There are 7 recordings of Les Brigands by Jacques Offenbach on file. This "Discography" was generated by CLOR for THE COMPILER ). 1 1961(RA) - Walker Fred - Orchester des Norddeutschen Rundfunks. 2 1969?(FE) - Doussard Jean - Orchestre de l'. 3 1980(SE) - Mourruau Daniel - Orchestre. 4 1981(RA) - Steinberg Pinchas - chester Köln. 5 1988(STU) - Gardiner John Eliot - Opéra de Lyon.
Jacques Offenbach composed at least 97 operettas and operas comiques, but no more than half a dozen at best have any kind of contemporary currency at all. Offenbach was entertaining Paris 120 years ago, and high spirits and spoofs of society, politics and mores were his stock in trade. Of all this, the late 20th-century knows next to nothing. The titles of the works were intriguing - ''Les Brigands'' (BG 2001), ''Les Violoneux'' and ''Les Deux Aveugles'' (Bg 2003) ''Croquefer'' (BG 2004) ''Barbe-Bleue'' (BG 2005-6), ''Lischen et Fritzchen'' and ''La Chanson de Fortunio'' (BG 2007). Continue reading the main story. There was a brief threeparagraph summary of the three-act opera-bouffe but no libretto.
|Choeurs De Jeunes Filles Et Couplets De Falsacappa (Fiametta, Cicinella, Flasacappa)||9:32|
|Couplets De Fiorella||4:47|
|Saltarelle De Fragoletto||2:33|
|Finale Du 1er Acte (Choeurs Des Carabiniers)||5:23|
|Soyez Pitoyables (Canon Des Brigands)||2:51|
|Trio Des Marmitons (Falsacappa, Fragoletto, Domino)||4:04|
|Couplets De L'Ambassade (Campotasso,, Le Capitaine)||2:13|
|Couplets Des Espagnols la Princesse, Gloria-Cassis, Adolphe)||2:49|
|Chanson De Fiorella||2:07|
|Finale Du 2e Acte||2:44|
|Choeur De Fête (Le Prince, La Duchesse, La Marquise)||1:19|
|Finale Du 3e Acte||3:32|
|SLP 84||Jacques Offenbach, Daniel Mourruau, Robert Manuel, Daniele Perriers||Jacques Offenbach, Daniel Mourruau, Robert Manuel, Daniele Perriers - Les Brigands D' Offenbach (LP)||MIlan||SLP 84||France||1980|
|BG 2001||Jacques Offenbach, Daniel Mourruau, Robert Manuel, Daniele Perriers||Jacques Offenbach, Daniel Mourruau, Robert Manuel, Daniele Perriers - Les Brigands - Opera-Bouffe En 3 Actes (LP, Album)||Bourg Records||BG 2001||France||1980|