PPP1404DL Jacques-François Gallay: Troisième mélodie pour le cor avec accompagnement de piano sur une cavatine de La sonnambula de Bellini, Op. 28

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PPP1404DL Jacques-François Gallay: Troisième mélodie pour le cor avec accompagnement de piano sur une cavatine de La sonnambula de Bellini, Op. 28

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In general Gallay’s Mélodies (Sur l’air de Montano et Stéphanie Op. 21, Sur une cavatine d’Anna Bolena Op. 25 and Sur une cavatine La sonnambula Op. 28) are shorter compositions than his Fantasias and are more direct transcripts of the original operatic works. Published in 1836, the “cavatine” used by Gallay is Rodolpho’s Act I aria ‘Vi ravviso, o luoghi ameni’ in which the Count reminisces about his lost days of youth when life was calmer. La sonnambula was premiered in Milan in 1831 with Pasta in the title role of Amina and Mariani in the role of Rodolpho and was performed at the Théâtre-Italien later the same year.

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