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Composer(s): Jean (Julius Christian) Sibelius (08 Dec 1865 - 20 Sep 1957)
Work identifier: M40
Real Name: Pelléas et Mélisande
Display Name: Pelléas et Mélisande
Work/Opus: Op. 46
Composed: c. 1905
First Performed: 17 Mar 1905
Genre: Stage + Screen
Genre Type: Incidental Music
Period: Late-romantic
20th century
Instrumentation: Symphony Orchestra
Librettist(s): Maeterlinck
Performance Timing (guide): 16'30'' (approx.)
Mvt. 1Prélude  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 2At the Castle Gate  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 3Mélisande  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 4By the Sea  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 5A Spring in the Park  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 6The Three Blind Sisters  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 7Pastorale  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 8Mélisande at the Spinning Wheel  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 9Entr'acte  (Symphony Orchestra)
Mvt. 10The Death of Mélisande  (Symphony Orchestra)
Composer(s): Jean (Julius Christian) Sibelius (08 Dec 1865 - 20 Sep 1957)
Recording identifier: M2147483698
Real Name: Pelléas et Mélisande
Display Name: Pelléas et Mélisande
Work/Opus: Op. 46
Composed: c. 1905
First Performed: 17 Mar 1905
Genre: Stage + Screen
Genre Type: Incidental Music
Period: Late-romantic
20th century
Instrumentation: Symphony Orchestra
Librettist(s): Maeterlinck
Performance Timing: 1980
Ensemble: Orchestre Philharmonique de Nice
Leader: 0
Conductor: Michael Schønwandt
Label: Forlane CI
Catalogue Number: FC16594
Recording Location: Salle Diacosmie, Nice
Recording Date: 01 Jan 1989
Mvt. 1At the Castle Gate (3'23'')
Mvt. 2Mélisande (4'2'')
Mvt. 3By the Sea (1'47'')
Mvt. 4A Spring in the Park (2'25'')
Mvt. 5The Three Blind Sisters (2'45'')
Mvt. 6Pastorale (1'57'')
Mvt. 7Mélisande at the Spinning Wheel (1'55'')
Mvt. 8Entr'acte (3'8'')
Mvt. 9Prélude (2'57'')
Mvt. 10The Death of Mélisande (6'7'')