Carmen - An Opera in Four Acts: Choral (Opera) Score with English and French Text
"Carmen" is an opera in four acts by the French composer Georges Bizet. The opera, which became Bizet's most famous work, was first performed at the Op̩ra-Comique in Paris, on March 3, 1875, and was not at first particularly successful; its initial run extended to 36 performances. Before this run was concluded, Bizet died suddenly, and thus knew nothing of the opera's later celebrity. This is the choral score of the work, with French and English texts, and without notated accompaniment.
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TENORS El Remendado and El Dancaïro AND Two SOPRANOS
men Two TENORS El Remendado and El Dancaïro and CHORUS 46 281
MEZZOSOPRANO Carmen BARITONE Escamillo THREE TENORS
CHORUS BARITONE Escamillo MEZZOSOPRANO Carmen
MEZZOSOPRANO Carmen TENOR Don José AND CHORUS 74 373
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