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Fiançailles pour rire

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Fiançailles pour rire
Song cycle by Francis Poulenc
CatalogueFP 101
Composed1939 (1939)
  • voice
  • piano

Fiançailles pour rire ("Betrothal for Laughs") , FP 101, is a song cycle of six mélodies for voice and piano by Francis Poulenc on poems from the collection of the same name by Louise de Vilmorin. Composed in 1939, it was premiered on 21 March 1942 at Salle Gaveau by the soprano Geneviève Touraine and the composer as the pianist.

  • La Dame d'André
  • Dans l'herbe
  • Il vole
  • Mon cadavre est doux comme un gant
  • Violon
  • Fleurs


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