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Les Chemins de l'amour

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"Les Chemins de l'amour"
Song by Francis Poulenc
CatalogueFP 106-Ia
Textby Jean Anouilh
LanguageFrench
Based onLéocadia
by Jean Anouilh
Composed1940
DedicationYvonne Printemps
Premiere
Date28 November 1940 (1940-11-28)
LocationThéâtre de la Michodière, Paris

Les Chemins de l’amour (The pathways of love), FP 106-Ia, is a song (mélodie) for voice and piano composed in 1940 by Francis Poulenc on lyrics by Jean Anouilh, based on a waltz sung from the incidental music of the play Léocadia.

Genesis

Composed in October 1940,[1] the song is dedicated to the comedian and singer Yvonne Printemps, who sang it at the premiere of the play Léocadia on 1 December 1940. The song was somewhat successful, and Printemps recorded it.

Max Eschig published the score in 1945.

The American singer Jessye Norman made it one of her favorite tunes.

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This page was last edited on 11 June 2020, at 20:57
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