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Easy Bizet Piano Duets

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Piano or Keyboard
PUBLISHER: Spartan Press
PRODUCT TYPE: Book and CD
Bizet's famous opera Carmen was controversial when it was first performed in Paris in 1875. It is a tale of lawlessness, murder and immorality. The naive soldier Don José is seduced by the fiery gypsy Carmen, and deserts from the army, only to see Carmen desert him for the glamorous toreador
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Specifications
Instrument Group Piano or Keyboard
Publisher Spartan Press
Instrumentation Piano Duet
Product Type Book and CD
Style Period Romantic
Genre Opera / Operette
ISMN 9790579998143
Style Period Romantic
Series Easy Piano Duets
No. SP814
Description
Bizet's famous opera Carmen was controversial when it was first performed in Paris in 1875. It is a tale of lawlessness, murder and immorality. The naive soldier Don José is seduced by the fiery gypsy Carmen, and deserts from the army, only to see Carmen desert him for the glamorous toreador Escamillo.

Bizet died suddenly soon after the first 'luke warm' run of performances. Little did he know it would become acclaimed world wide for the next 130 years!

The three best tunes from Carmen including 'Toreador's Song'. The optional companion CD allows for each movement to be practised separately, (and slowly) before putting the wholething together - ideally in the company of another human!
Songlist
  • 1. Canzonetta
  • 2. Habanera
  • 3. Toreador’s Song
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