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Carillon -from L'Arlesienne Suite #1

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Product ID: FJ2 DS ST6063
By Georges Bizet
published: 1872

Publisher:
FJH music
Arranger:
McCashin
Series:
FJH Developing Strings
Genre:
Romantique
Line Up:
String Orchestra
Duration:
3:15
Level: 2.5

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Originally written by Georges Bizet as incidental music for Daudet's 1872 play L'Arlésienne, Carillon, as the descriptive title indicates, calls for a set of fixed bells struck by hammers. Above the ringing bells (performed by the lower strings) is a beautiful contrasting melody scored in the violins. The middle section provides a nice harmonic contrast as well as a style and mood change. Exactly what you've come to expect when looking at the superb arrangements of Robert D. McCashin.


Instrumentation

Strings
Piano


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Carillon -from L'Arlesienne Suite #1

Composer
Georges Bizet (1838-1875)

Georges Bizet (25 October 1838 – 3 June 1875) was a French composer whose best-known work is the opera Carmen, which became one of the most popular and frequently-performed works in the entire opera repertory. Bizet, who had struggled for recognition through most of his professional life, died three months after Carmen's first performance, unaware that his final stage work was to prove a spectatcular success.
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