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Suite Fugain (1991)
Ouverture - La Nostalgie - La Fête - L'espoir - La Vie - Le Destin ;
... A la Choraline et son chef Benoît Giaux ...

Mus.: Fugain, Michel (1942-) [France]
Arr.: Massart, Gilles (1962-) [Belgium]

Text by : Delanoë, Pierre (1918-2006) [France] - Vidalin, Maurice (1924-) [France] - Aufray, Hugues (1929-) [France] - Homs, Brice (19..-) [Canada] - Buggy, Vline - Lemesle, Claude (1945-) [France] - Schmitt, Jean - Fugain, Michel (1942-) [France]

Published by

Fédération Chorale Wallonie-Bruxelles-A Coeur Joie [Belgium] , 1993
51 p. (choral score); 144 p. (full score)
Copyright : A Coeur Joie Belgique (arrangement) ; Polygram Editions ; B.M.G. ; Warner Chappell Music France

Description

Genre-Style-Form : Pop music ; Secular ; Choral suite
Mood of the piece : joyous ; rhythmic ; festive
Type of choir : SMA or SSAA (4 children or women voices )
Soloists : Soprano (1) (1 soloists)
Instrumentation : Instrumental ensemble (8 instrumental parts)
Instruments : Piano (1) ; Bass (1) ; Guitar (1) ; Trap set (1) ; Synthesizer (1) ; Trumpet (1) ; Tranverse flute (1) ; Violin (1)
Type of material : Choral score ; Orchestral parts ; Full score
Difficulty choir (incr.from 1 to 5) : 3
Difficulty conductor (incr.from A to E) : C
Tonality : various
Duration : 40 min.
Text in : French
Origin : France, Belgium
Keywords: life ; festival ; hope ; homesickness ; destiny ; spring ; bird

LOCATION(s) in LIBRARIES that are member of MUSICA
Namur, Belgium CAV&MA (Centre d'Art Vocal & de Musique Ancienne) Tél.: .(+32) 81 71 15 05 . Email: bibliotheque@cavema.be Consultable under : MCC/L/MAS/011.672

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sung by La Choraline, Namur (B) , conducted by Benoit Giaux
Discographic reference : CD NOSTALGIE - CHO 001 (1994)

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