Werther

"Werther is a Lyric drama in four acts composed by Jules Massenet. Its libretto was written by Édouard Blau, Paul Milliet and Georges Hartmann (who used the pseudonym Henri Grémont). It is loosely based on the German epistolary novel The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which was based both on fact and on Goethe's own early life. Earlier examples of operas using the story were made by Kreutzer (1792) and Pucitta (1802)."

This sheet contains the following parts:

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Werther - Act I Full Score
Werther - Act II Full Score
Werther - Act III Full Score
Werther - Act IV Full Score
Werther - Bouquet de Melodies, transcrit a 4 mains
Werther - Complete Score (French text)
Werther - Prelude Full Score
Werther - Prelude (Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.)
Werther - Act I (Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.)
Werther - Act II (Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.)
Werther - Act III (Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.)
Werther - Act IV (Paris: Heugel & Cie., n.d.)
Werther - Part 1 of 2 (Composer's manuscript, 1887)
Werther - Part 2 of 2 (Composer's manuscript, 1887)
Werther - Act II, Sophie's Aria: "Frere! Voyez!" (R. J. Teynor)
Werther - Parts - Aria (Werther): Pourquoi me reveiller (Pabag)
Werther - Parts - Act II, Sophie's Aria: "Frere! Voyez!" (R. J. Teynor)
Werther - Vocal Score (Paris: Hartmann / Heugel)
Werther - Vocal Score: Preliminaries - Act I (Paris: Heugel, 1892)
Werther - Vocal Score: Act II (Paris: Heugel, 1892)
Werther - Vocal Score: Act III - Act IV (Paris: Heugel, 1892)
Werther - Vocal Score: Preliminaries - Act I - Act II (Moscow: A. Gutheil, 1903)
Werther - Vocal Score: Act III - Act IV (Moscow: A. Gutheil, 1903)
Werther - Vocal Score (Paris: Heugel, 1909)

Jules Massenet

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