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Suite provençale

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Suite provençale, Op. 152, is a symphonic work written by Darius Milhaud in 1936. A version for orchestra alone, Op. 152c, was premiered by Milhaud himself in Venice on 12 September 1937; the ballet version, Op. 152d, premiered at the Opéra-Comique in Paris on 1 February 1938 under the direction of Roger Désormière.

Milhaud employed themes from 18th century Provençal, including themes by the composer André Campra.[1]

Structure

The work consists of eight parts played as a single movement:[1]

  1. Animé
  2. Très modéré
  3. Modéré
  4. Vif
  5. Modéré
  6. Vif
  7. Lent
  8. Vif

A typical performance last about 15 minutes.

References

  1. ^ a b Grimshaw, Jeremy. "Suite provençale, for orchestra, Op. 152a". AllMusic. Retrieved 25 March 2014.
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