6 Chansons populaires du Bourbonnais (Ropartz, Guy)

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5 more: 2. Rossignolet du bois • 3. J’m’en vas chantant, riant • 4. Les bergers, les bergères • 5. Viens avec moi, charmante brune • 6. Nous étions trois filles

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Work Title 6 Chansons populaires du Bourbonnais
Alternative. Title
Composer Ropartz, Guy
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IGR 102
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 6 folk songs:
1. La p’tite Charmette
2. Rossignolet du bois
3. J’m’en vas chantant, riant
4. Les bergers, les bergères
5. Viens avec moi, charmante brune
6. Nous étions trois filles
First Publication. 1935 (Paris: Durand et C.ie)
Librettist Anonymous
Language French
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation mixed chorus (SATB) (arranged)

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"Harmonisation de J. Guy Ropartz. Pour choeur mixte. Chant seul." It is unclear what "chant seul" means in this context, as the typesets don't indicate any solo parts. So this page is tagged for mixed chorus for now, subject to correction should we ever get a copy of the oroginal 1935 Durand print.