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Composer(s): Joseph Guy (Marie) Ropartz (15 Jun 1864 - 22 Nov 1955)
Work identifier: M5587
Real Name: Le Pays
Display Name: Le Pays
Composed: c. 1910
First Performed: c. 1913
Genre: Opera + Operetta
Genre Type: Opera
Period: Late-romantic
20th century
Instrumentation: Voices
Opera Orchestra
Librettist(s): Charles Le Goffic
Mvt. 1Prelude  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 2Act I, Scene I  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 3Act I, Scene II  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 4Act II, Scene I  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 5Act II, Scene II  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 6Act III, Tableau I, Scene I  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 7Act III, Tableau I, Scene II  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 8Act III, Tableau I, Scene III  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 9Tual's vision  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 10Interlude  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 11Act III, Tableau II, Scene I  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Mvt. 12Act III, Tableau II, Scene II  (Voices, Opera Orchestra)
Composer(s): Joseph Guy (Marie) Ropartz (15 Jun 1864 - 22 Nov 1955)
Recording identifier: M2147487514
Real Name: Le Pays
Display Name: Le Pays
Composed: c. 1910
First Performed: c. 1913
Genre: Opera + Operetta
Genre Type: Opera
Period: Late-romantic
20th century
Instrumentation: Voices
Opera Orchestra
Librettist(s): Charles Le Goffic
Ensemble: Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg
Conductor: Jean-Yves Ossonce
Soloists: Mireille Delunsch (Soprano)
Gilles Ragon (Tenor)
Olivier Lalloutte (Baritone)
Label: Timpani
Catalogue Number: 2C2065
CD Media ID: 4068
Recording Location: Le Conservatoire de Luxembourg
Recording Date: 22 May 2001
Mvt. 1Prelude (8'11'')
Mvt. 2Act I, Scene I (15'11'')
Mvt. 3Act I, Scene II (11'3'')
Mvt. 4Act II, Scene I (12'34'')
Mvt. 5Act II, Scene II (13'53'')
Mvt. 6Act III, Tableau I, Scene I (4'37'')
Mvt. 7Act III, Tableau I, Scene II (6'28'')
Mvt. 8Act III, Tableau I, Scene III (13'50'')
Mvt. 9Tual's vision (7'53'')
Mvt. 10Interlude (3'57'')
Mvt. 11Act III, Tableau II, Scene I (7'38'')
Mvt. 12Act III, Tableau II, Scene II (4'38'')