Suite no. 4 for orchestra "Scènes pittoresques"

Suite no. 4 for orchestra "Scènes pittoresques" is a suite composed by Jules Massenet. It was first performed in 1874 in Paris at Châtelet (cond. Colonne). The suite has four movements and was dedicated to the composer's friend E. Paladilhe. This suite proved to be one of Massenet's most popular concert works due to its light atmosphere and its marching first movement.

This piece contains the following parts:

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1 - March
2 - Air de Ballet
3 - Angelus
4 - Fete Boheme
Suite no. 4 for orchestra "Scènes pittoresques"
Composer Form Instrument Period
Jules Massenet Suite Orchestra Romantic

Jules Massenet

Jules Massenet was a French composer best known for his operas. His compositions were very popular in the late 19th and early ...
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