Cinq poèmes de Baudelaire for baritone and piano

32 pages, 21 x 29,7 cm

Baritone and piano

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These five poems by Baudelaire are taken from Spleen et Idéal, the first section of his poetry collection The Flowers of Evil first published in 1857. This song cycle, specially written for the baritone Jérôme Boutillier, echoes my Deux mélodies saturniennes on poems by Verlaine, albeit with a more tangible gloominess and despair. The contours of the music follow natural speech patterns, and the primary concern is the intelligibility of the poetic text.


- Ciel brouillé 4’15

- Remords posthume 2’30

- Les ténèbres 3’

- De profundis clamavi 3’15

- Élévation 4’

Duration : 00:17:00
Material : Score
Language : French
Date of publication : 2017
Style : Modern
Code EAN : 9790232114583
Co-authors : CHEVEREAU Nicolas, BEAUDELAIRE Charles
Level : (4/8) Medium
Output format : Printed format

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