What are all of Georges Bizet’s Operas? I am doin a music project and i need to know all of his completed operas
Digital music scores source: Georges Bizet: Complete Opera
How is Georges Bizet’s music special? How are his compositions special? What different styles did he use in his music?
Try this article:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Bizet Alberich
This sounds like it has a textbook answer, or at least a class notes answer. Every composer is unique.
The fact that he could come up with masterpieces when he was so young, (his symphony was done by age 17), he did not live long, so all his work was completed at a relatively young age. His musical style is not so unique, though he was probably the best tune-smith in French opera, perhaps more akin to Italian opera. that’s the best I can do, sorry.
What are some good recent opera songs and/or old ones?
Might I recommend Funiculi Funicula. It’s an amazing song.Here’s a video of the three tenors singing it. youtube.com/watch?v=CsLgex9NIqc Have a look through their other videos I’m sure there’s lots more you’ll enjoy.Also, one of the three tenors, Placido Domingo, he’s amazing! Here’s a video of him singing Quiereme Mucho youtube.com/watch?v=eyoCvaUZE68It’s every so beautiful.I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
Funiculi, Funicula is a Neapolitan folk song that is frequently sung by opera singers, but it isn’t really an opera “song” or aria. It needs to come FROM an opera to be an “opera” song. Why don’t you find a recording of an entire opera or two? Or at least an album of highlights. Operas are actually musical dramas. They have stories behind the songs–more or less.Here are a couple of operas that might have “songs” (arias) that you might find surprisingly familiar. I will give you a link or two, but you can look for complete recordings at your local library.”Carmen” by Georges Bizetyoutube.com/watch?v=SaypJ4kmYCE”Die Zauberflote” (The Magic Flute) by Wolfgang Amadeus MozartSee complete opera here:youtube.com/user/montejesus#p/uAlso has “Pagliacci”Other famous songs/ariasyoutube.com/watch?v=NcKdnkGBSgAyoutube.com/watch?v=KLYcfDilTqw&feature=fvstyoutube.com/watch?v=1_NRazjCiG4&feature=relatedyoutube.com/watch?v=xGfP38nd-U0youtube.com/watch?v=2RdJmqLrsboyoutube.com/watch?v=lzELZsSrxiA&feature=related (ignore the dress. It looks like a Goth Christmas tree and has nothing to do with this aria from Romeo and Juliet)youtube.com/watch?v=DZjwRN6v9bE&feature=relatedyoutube.com/watch?v=Dq_0wPYFp9AEdit: Sorry, “Caruso” isn’t from any opera either–and it’s not even really classical–another pop drivel from Andrea Boccelli (I googled it)”Nella Fantasia” isn’t opera either. Some stuck Italian lyrics on a theme that was originally called “Gabriel’s Oboe” that was part of the soundtrack from the movie “The Mission”.It has to come from an OPERA if you are going to call it that, and some of these things aren’t even classical music. Something like Schubert’s “Ave Maria” isn’t opera, but at least it’s classical–it’s just considered one of his many songs (lieder).
Where I can buy or download? Where I can buy or unload the instrumental complete track of the march of the toreador (march and choir) of the fourth act of the opera carmen of bizet.It is this song (But I look only for the instrumental track):youtube.com/watch?v=wx58ogoFn9oThank you very much.
I’ve got the full song with lyrics, though the version i have is called “Act 4: Les Voici, Voici Le Quadrille” but it’s the same song. Maybe try looking for that instead or if you want i can e-mail it to you, i don’t know where you’d find an instumental track, though.
music every classical musician should listen to? I am an aspiring cellist, and I was wondering whether anybody had a piece of classical music that they think that everyone has to listen to. Mine is Dvorak Cello Concerto :)Thanks in advance! I’ll be downloading all of these on my iPod🙂
If you want music limited to the cello then I would have to go with Bach’s Cello Suites. They are probably the best compositions for the instrument. However, I would recommend Chopin’s Cello Sonata op. 65, his Introduction and Polonaise Brilliante op. 3, and his Grand Duo Concertant. Although they require piano accompaniment, they display the tremendous beauty and power of the cello.If you mean in general, I would say Chopin’s Ballade op. 23 in g minor. This I would prescribe to anyone and everyone, regardless of who they are or what they like to listen to. It is the supremest expression of passion in the entirety of music. The pain and suffering of this piece is incredible, but the transcendence into beauty and resolve is what makes this piece profound beyond comprehension. Zimerman plays it the best: youtube.com/watch?v=RR7eUSFsn28
I would suggest two operas. Georges Bizet’s “Carmen”; here’s a You Tube video of a Met. production, the ‘final scene’: youtube.com/watch?v=r5Hh-3QjhGM&playnext=1&list=PLi__KTn4SnDeB364_C7h6JARtczamvCtf&feature=results_video And Richard Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde” – a ‘revolutionary’ work that all music lovers should become familiar with; and here’s a You Tube video of the Complete Act II: youtube.com/watch?v=TYvXjGvAM2c Alberich
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