La Marseillaise (Rouget de Lisle, Claude-Joseph)

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Naxos

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For 4 Recorders (Mondrup)

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Reccmo (2011/11/9)

Performers Christian Mondrup
Publisher Info. Christian Mondrup
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Misc. Notes These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
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Sheet Music

Scores

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Publisher. Info. Paris: Bignon, n.d.
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Misc. Notes Chant de Guerre pour l'Armée du Rhin, dédié au Maréchal Lukner.
On avera satisfaire les Amateurs, en leur donnant telle que l'Original a été Imprimé a Strasbourg.
Score for voice and keyboard.
C major
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Reccmo (2012/2/8)

Editor Olivier Miquel
Publisher. Info. Olivier Miquel
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Misc. Notes Score for voice and piano; transcription from 50 Chansons français.
B-flat major
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection.
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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Publisher. Info. Paris: l'Imprimerie du Département de la Guerre, 1792.
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Misc. Notes Marche des Marseillois, chantée sur différens théatres.
G major
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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Publisher. Info. Paris: Frere, n.d.[1792].
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Misc. Notes Chanson des Marseillois chantée sur l'emplacement de la Bastille
Displays significant rhythmic differences from the usual versions.
C major
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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Publisher. Info. Unidentified Publisher, n.d.(ca.1792).
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Misc. Notes Chanson des Marseillois chantée sur la place de la Bastille.
Same rhythmic differences as the Frere publication above.
C major
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

For Mixed Chorus and Orchestra (Berlioz)
See: Hymne des Marseillais by Berlioz
For Voices and Orchestra (Rauchenecker)
See: La Marseillaise by Rauchenecker
For Voice, Mixed Chorus and Piano

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Phillip21 (2019/2/10)

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Phillip21 (2019/2/10)

Arranger Anonymous
Language French, English
Publisher. Info. London: Musical Bouquet, n.d.[1855].
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Misc. Notes 3 verses. English text incipit: Arise, arise, proud France's children
From uploader's collection. Cover illustration includes an engraving by the British illustrator Alfred Ashley of a riot during the 'February Revolution' of 1848.
G major (introduction in G minor)
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For Voice, Mixed Chorus and Guitar (Meignen)

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Stefan Apke (2017/1/11)

Arranger Leopold Meignen (1793-1873)
Language French, English
Publisher. Info. Philadelphia: A. Fiot, 1848.
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Misc. Notes French text 6 verses, English text 4 verses. English text incipit: Ye sons of France awake to glory.
A major
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For 3 Female Voices and Piano (Barnes)

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Coulonnus (2012/8/14)

Arranger Edward Shippen Barnes (1887-1958)
Language French, English
Translator Florence Attenborough (1867-1958), English text
Publisher. Info. New York: Schirmer, 1917. Plate 27470.
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Misc. Notes 3 verses. English text incipit: Arise, ye children of the nation
G major
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For Voice and Keyboard or Cittern (Anon)

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/9)

Arranger Unidentified
Language French
Publisher. Info. London: Preston, n.d.
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Misc. Notes Marche des Marseillois Chantée sur differans Theatres à Paris.
Arrangement with repeated notes in drum-beat imitation, marked "Le general". Guittar here denotes the English guitar or cittern.
G major; cittern version in C major
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For Voice and Keyboard (Anon)

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Arranger Unidentified
Language English (5 verses), French (6 verses)
Publisher. Info. Unidentified Publisher, n.d.(ca.1795).
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Misc. Notes The Marseilles March sung by the Marseillois going to Battle by General Kellerman's Army instead of Te Deum as ordered by the National Convention and at the different Theatres in Paris
English text incipit: Ye sons of France awake to glory
Arrangement with repeated notes in drum-beat imitation, marked "Le general". Includes French melody-only version.
G major
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For Voice and Piano (Baker)

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Jiloxiga (2014/4/16)

Arranger Thomas Baker
Engraver G. Kirk
Language French, English
Publisher. Info. New York: Horace Waters, 1855.
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Misc. Notes As Sung by Mad.lle Rachel
English text incipit: Ye sons of France awake to glory
G major
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For Voice and Piano (Greenwald)

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Feduol (2021/4/21)

Arranger Martin Greenwald (fl. 1900-1938)
Language English / French
Publisher. Info. New York: Century Music Co., 1917. Plate 1886-2.
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Misc. Notes This file is part of the Submission Project.
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For Voice and Piano (Langevin)

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Schalltrichter (2015/5/4)

Editor Langevin, probably Gérard Langevin (fl.19th cent.)
Language French
Publisher. Info. Paris: Dupont Metzner, 1909. Plate 105.
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Misc. Notes G major
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For Voice and Piano

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Lucas-coelho (2020/12/17)

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Lucas-coelho (2020/12/17)

Arranger Unknown
Publisher. Info. Rio de Janeiro: O Malho, No.624, 1914.
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Misc. Notes B-flat major
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For Voice and Guitar (Damas)

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Stefan Apke (2017/9/6)

Arranger Tomás Damas (1825-1890)
Language French
Publisher. Info. Madrid: Antonio Romero, n.d.[1872]. Plate A.R. 1711.
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Misc. Notes Biblioteca Nacional de España, MP/1294/44
A major. 3 verses.
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For Military Band (Gossec)

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Arranger François Joseph Gossec (1734-1829)
Publisher. Info. Unidentified Publisher, n.d.(ca.1795).
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Misc. Notes Parts for 2 flutes, 2 clarinets, 2 bassoons, 2 horns, 2 trumpets, grosse caisse et cimballes.
C major
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For Military Band (Anon)

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Arranger Unidentified
Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.
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Misc. Notes Parts for 2 Piccolos/Flutes, 2 Clarinets, 2 Bassoons, 2 Horns, Serpent, Contre Basse.
C major
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For Military Band (Jancourt)

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Berwald (2020/2/13)

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Berwald (2020/2/13)

Arranger Eugène Jancourt (1815-1901)
Publisher. Info. Paris: Buffet-Crampon, n.d.[1870]. Plate P.G..
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Misc. Notes F major
BNF notice bibliographique
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For 4 Recorders (Mondrup)

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Reccmo (2011/9/27)

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Reccmo (2012/2/8)

Editor Christian Mondrup
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Misc. Notes For SATB recorders
F major
These file(s) are part of the Werner Icking Music Collection, and are also included in the Mondrup Recorder Collection.
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For Violin, Cello ad lib. and Piano (Dancla)

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Schalltrichter (2015/5/4)

Arranger Charles Dancla (1817-1907)
Publisher. Info. Paris: Colombier, n.d.[1882]. Plate C. 3857.
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Misc. Notes A major
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For Keyboard, or Cittern or Flute (Watlen)

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

Arranger John Watlen
Publisher. Info. Edinburgh: J. Watlen, [1792].
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Misc. Notes Marche des Marseillois 1792 Chanté Dans toute la France au lieu Du Te Deum.
Guitar here most likely refers to the English guitar/cittern.
Also includes Miss Elphinston's Strathspey.
G major; cittern or flute in C major
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For Flute

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Giovanni Tribuzio (2017/8/16)

Publisher. Info. Manuscript, n.d.(ca.1792).
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Misc. Notes National Library of Spain (E-Mn): MP/3183/8
D major
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For Guitar (Blumer)

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Stefan Apke (2016/12/7)

Arranger A. A. Blumer
Publisher. Info. Cincinnati: A. A. Blumer, 1854.
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Misc. Notes D major
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Stefan Apke (2016/5/4)

Arranger A. A. Blumer
Editor Stefan Apke
Publisher. Info. Vlotho: Stefan Apke, 2016
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For Guitar (Ferrer)

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For Keyboard or Cittern

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Fynnjamin (2020/11/8)

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Publisher. Info. London: Preston, n.d.
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Misc. Notes Marche des Marseillois, for the Piano Forte or Harpsichord.
Arrangement with repeated notes in drum-beat imitation, marked "Le general".
Guittar here implies the English guitar (cittern)
G major; cittern in C major
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For Piano (Furundarena)

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Stefan Apke (2020/12/1)

Arranger Fabián de Furundarena (1862-1928)
Publisher. Info. Madrid: Unión Musical Española, 1916. Plate 43134.
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For Piano (Krogulski)

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Notenquetser (2015/2/20)

Arranger Józef Władysław Krogulski (1843-1934)*
Publisher. Info. Warsaw: Gebethner and Wolff, n.d.(1913). Plate G. 5948 W.
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Misc. Notes *Filename here has dates wrong. This arrangement is likely by the son of the half-brother of the better-known J.W. Krogulski (1815-1842)
C major. Although this arrangement is not intended to be sung, the text is appended, with a Polish translation.
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For Piano (Liszt)
See: La Marseillaise, S.237
For Piano (Mack)

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Rah9639 (2021/1/9)

Arranger Edward Mack (1826-1882)
Publisher. Info. New York: Gordon, 1860. Plate 125.
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Misc. Notes The cover sheet spells "Marseilles" correctly; the first page of the music spells it "Marselles".
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Rah9639 (2021/1/9)

Arranger Edward Mack (1826-1882)
Editor Robert A. Hudson (b. 1948)
Publisher. Info. Robert A. Hudson, 2021.
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For Piano

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Stefan Apke (2020/12/20)

Arranger Unknown
Publisher. Info. Madrid: Pablo Martín, n.d.[1875]. Plate C.M. 1237.
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Misc. Notes Extracted from MP/1958(20)
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For Piano

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Fynnjamin (2021/1/26)

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Publisher. Info. Mannheim: Ch. Ferd. Heckel, n.d. Plate 311.
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General Information

Work Title La Marseillaise
Alternative. Title Chant de guerre pour l'Armée du Rhin (original title)
Name Translations 馬賽曲; Marseillesa; hymn Francji; La Marsellesa; Marseillaise; Marseljees; লা মার্সেইয়েজ; Η Μασσαλιώτιδα; لامارسييز; Marseljäsen; Marseljezo; Марсельеза; Марсељеза; Marseljeesi; Марсельєза; Marseillaisen; Marseljeza; Marselyeza; 'A Marsegliese; Ła Marsejese; המנון צרפת; 프랑스의 국가; Marseljēza; La Marsigliese; ラ・マルセイエーズ; Marseillaisa; Մարսելյոզ; ลามาร์แซแยซ; Marsejeza; Марсилеза; سرود ملی فرانسه; მარსელიეზა; Francouzská hymna; 马赛曲; Prancūzijos himnas; ਲਾ ਮਾਰਸੇਯੈਜ਼; "La Marseillaise"; «Марсельеза»; லா மார்சில்லாஸ்; ലാ മാർസെയ്യെസ്; ߡߊ߬ߙߑߛߊ߬ߦߌ߬ߞߊ; Марселеза; Մարսէյէզ; Марсэльеза
Name Aliases 萊茵守軍戰曲; 法國國歌; 法国国歌; 馬賽進行曲; Marsylianka; Marsz marsylijski‏; Himno nacional de Francia; Himno nacional francés; Hymne national de la République française; Himno Nacional; Hymne national de la Republique francaise; Himno Nacional frances; Himno de Francia; Hymne national de la Republique française; Marsellesa; Hymne national de la République francaise; La Marselhesa; Prantsusmaa riigihümn; لا مارسيلايز; أغنية مارسيليا; نشيد فرنسا الوطني; Frankrikes nationalsång; Franska nationalsången; Volkslied van Frankrijk; Hino nacional da França; Marselhesa; Hino da França; A marselhesa; La Marseljezo; Marsejlezo; Nacia himno de Francio; Химна републике Француске; Химна Француске; Fransa Ulusal Marşı; La Marsellaise; Aatteen puolesta; Marseillesen; Allons, enfants de la patrie; Himna Francuske; Fransa himni; Fransa dövlət himni; Frankrigs nationalsang; המארסיז; המרסייז; מרסייז; המארסייז; המארסיליז; מארסייז; לה מרסייז; Allons enfants de la Patrie; Chant de Guerre pour l'Armée du Rhin; hymne national français; hymne national de la France; 마요트의 국가; 마르세유의 노래; 라마르세예즈; 라 마르세예즈; 생마르텡의 국가; 마르세유 행진곡; Inno nazionale francese; Marsigliese; A Marsellesa; Französische Nationalhymne; Nationalhymne von Frankreich; Nationalhymne Frankreichs; ラ・マルセイユーズ; フランス国歌; フランスの国歌; Quốc ca Pháp; Francúzska hymna; Մարսելիեզ; Մարսելյեզ; Մարսելիոզ; เพลงชาติฝรั่งเศส; ลามาร์แซแยส; Imnul Frantei; Marseieza; Марсилезата; Химн на Франция; سرود مارسییز; مارسییز; مارسیز; سرود مارسِی; საფრანგეთის ჰიმნი; Franciaország himnusza; A Marselhesa; Frankrikes nasjonalsang; Марселька; French national anthem; national anthem of France; ߝߊ߬ߙߊ߲߬ߛߌ߫ ߞߎ߲߬ߘߐ߲ߞߟߌ; гімн Францыі
Authorities WorldCat; Wikipedia; VIAF: 130369243; LCCN: n81039802; GND: 300132956; SUDOC: 02731202X; BNF: 119381658; NKC: aun2009543723; BNE: XX3063403
Composer Rouget de Lisle, Claude-Joseph
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ICR 2
Key C major
Text Incipit Allons enfants de la Patrie, Le jour de gloire est arrivé !
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1792 (24 or 25 April) in Strasboug
First Performance. 1792-04-25 in Strasbourg
First Publication. 1792 (May) - Strasbourg: Ph. J. Dannbach
Librettist Composer
Language French
Dedication Nicolas Luckner (1722-1794)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voices
Related Works Hymne des Marseillais by Berlioz
External Links Wikipedia article
Extra Locations 50 Chants français (p.82)
Musique de la révolution française (recording)

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Since, according to the Wikipedia article, it was written for troops, and in fact the first couple of performances were by troops, the original had no accompaniment, so it is tagged for voices only.