One froggy night in London... this piece for 11 instruments is written like the Ouverture of an imaginary opera on Guillaume Apollinaire's great song La romance du mal-aimé.
|Title||Un soir de demi-brume à Londres... (One froggy night in London)|
Chamber Orchestra with the following instruments:
|Premiered||June 14, 2012 (Philharmonie de Liège, Belgium)|
|Publication date||June 2017|
The title from this piece comes from a famous poem from Guillaume Apollinaire whose title is La romance du mal-aimé (The song of the ill-loved). It could serve as an Ouverture to a chamber opera written on that awesome text. The first strophe takes place in a froggy London where the poet meets a bad guy bearing a weird ressemblance with his beloved and lost muse...
|Format||PDF files to download|
|Pages||33 (full score) + 31 (parts) + 2 (cover)|