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Charles Lecocq - La Fille De Madame Angot

Charles Lecocq - La Fille De Madame Angot
  • Performer Charles Lecocq
  • Title La Fille De Madame Angot
  • Country France
  • Style Opera
  • Label Carrere
  • Catalog number 67.696
  • Other formats 2 × Vinyl, LP, Stereo, Mono
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 2040 mb
  • Size FLAC 2930 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 354


1Acte 1
2Acte 2 Fin
3Acte 3
4Acte 1 Fin
5Acte 2



Made in France.

Distribution Carrere.

Collection Double Album.


  • Rights Society: SACEM


La fille de Madame Angot Madame Angot's Daughter is an opéra comique in three acts by Charles Lecocq with words by Clairville, Paul Siraudin and Victor Koning. It was premiered in Brussels in December 1872 and soon became a success in Paris, London, New York and across continental Europe. Along with Robert Planquette's Les cloches de Corneville, La fille de Madame Angot was the most successful work of the French-language musical theatre in the last three decades of the 19th century, and outperformed. Album 2005 12 Songs. By Charles Lecocq. Les Cloches de Corneville - Overture. By Jean Robert Planquette. La Fille Du Tambour-major - Overture. By Jacques Offenbach. La Mascotte - Overture. By Edmond Audran. Main Album. Lecocq: La Fille de Madame Angot. Release Date. Charles Lecocq. Jean Doussard, Mady Mesplé, Bernard Sinclair. La Fille de Madame Angot, operetta in 3 acts. Couplets de Clairette : Je vous dois tout. Légendes de Madame Angot Amaranthe. Rondeau de Pitou : Certainement J'Aimais Clairette. Duo Clairette,Pitou. Charles Lecocq, La Fille De Madame Angot. Various Artists. La fille du tambour-major - Overture. La mascotte - Overture. 2018 г. Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group. Producer: David Harvey Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Kenneth Wilkinson Composer: Charles Lecocq June 3, 1832, Paris October 24, 1918, Paris was a French musical composer. He was admitted into the Conservatoire in 1849, being already an accomplished pianist. He studied under François Bazin, François Benoist, and Fromental Halévy, winning the first prize for harmony in 1850, and the second prize for fugue in 1852. His opéra comique, Le Docteur Miracle, was performed at the Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens in 1857. After that he wrote co read more. Alexandre Charles Lecocq June 3, 1832, Paris October 24, 1918, Paris was a French musical composer. Poster for Fille de Madame Angot performed at Royal Princess's Theatre in 1885. The scene of the opera is laid in France just after the revolution of 1793. The directorate has been established and Barras is at its head. The characters are semi-historical. The music is of so graceful and melodious character as to make La fille de Madame Angot one of the most successful light operas France has ever known. It was also popular throughout Europe and the United States. Among the prominent numbers are: Clairette's romance, Je vous dois tout I owe you all Amaranthe's song, Marchande de marée A beautiful fisherwoman . Charles Lecocq, born and raised in Paris, helped building the image of the French operetta together with Jacques Offenbach amongst others. Hij studied together with Georges Bizet and Camille Saïnt-Saëns and would like to compose serious music at that time, he however was mainly succesful with his operettas. The best known work of Lecocq is without doubt the comic opera La fille de madame Angot. The score has a richness of cheerful songs and imposing ensembles. The overture is a collection of the most appealing parts of the operetta which makes it a real treat for the audience. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author Learn about Author Central. Charles Lecocq Author