Scènes nouvelles for Le médecin malgré lui by Charles Gounod. [1923]

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Satie, Erik, 1866-1925. Scènes nouvelles for Le médecin malgré lui by Charles Gounod.

Scènes nouvelles for Le médecin malgré lui by Charles Gounod. [1923]

Score of Satie's nine scènes nouvelles, holograph, with corrections by Satie and brief annotations written by dancer Serge Lifar and in unidentified hands. Appended are a transposition of Gounod's quintet from act three, written in holograph by Georges Auric, and a vocal score of the final octet, written in an unidentified hand, possibly that of Edouard Flament. Laid in are a text of the quintet, typescript, and an excerpt in vocal score showing the transition to the final scene, written in holograph by Satie.

1 ms. score (94, [13], [22] p.) ; 36 cm.

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