Sapho : nouvelle version / Ch. Gounod : manuscript, 1883 Sept.

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Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893. Sapho : nouvelle version / Ch. Gounod : manuscript, 1883 Sept.

Sapho : nouvelle version / Ch. Gounod : manuscript, 1883 Sept.

Folder contents supplied by reader in 2007 October: (1) Act II, sc. 1; (2) Act III, sc.3; (3) Act III, sc.3 [some pages not in libreto of 1851 or 1884]; (4) Act II, sc. 4; (5) Act II, sc. 4 con't or 5?; (6-7) Act IV [sections joined together, not a copy for copyist]; (8-11) Act III finale; and (12-14) Act IV.

1 ms. score (149 leaves) ; 35 cm.

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Gounod, Charles, 1818-1893

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Augier, Émile, 1820-1889

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