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AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF PART OF THE OPERA "FERVAAL", SIGNED AND DEDICATED BY THE COMPOSER ON THE TITLE PAGE: "À MADAME SULZBACH SYMPATHÉTIQUE HOMMAGE AVANT LA LETTRE. VINCENT D'INDY 1893"
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AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF PART OF THE OPERA "FERVAAL", SIGNED AND DEDICATED BY THE COMPOSER ON THE TITLE PAGE: "À MADAME SULZBACH SYMPATHÉTIQUE HOMMAGE AVANT LA LETTRE. VINCENT D'INDY 1893"
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Indy, Vincent d'
AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT OF PART OF THE OPERA "FERVAAL", SIGNED AND DEDICATED BY THE COMPOSER ON THE TITLE PAGE: "À MADAME SULZBACH SYMPATHÉTIQUE HOMMAGE AVANT LA LETTRE. VINCENT D'INDY 1893"
an autograph fair copy of the love duet in Act 1, comprising the part for Guilhen (mezzo soprano), and mainly cues for Fervaal (tenor), titled "Fervaal, Acte I - Scene II, Role de Guilhen", the vocal score notated in black ink on up five systems per page, of up to four staves each, beginning with Guilhen's first appearance in the scene ("Fervaal, pourquoi rester en ce jardin?") and continuing to the end of the love scene (see pages 69-121 of the Durand vocal score), with the passages where Guilhen is silent marked as bars rest

17 pages, folio (c.35 x 27cm), including title and autograph wrapper signed and inscribed in blue crayon, 24-stave paper by Lard Esnault of Paris, 1893, one gathering stitched in red


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This opera is one of d'Indy's most important works. Fervaal was composed between 1889 and 1895, to d'Indy's own somewhat Wagnerian-inspired libretto, set in Cevennes and the Midi during the Middle Ages. The young Fervaal, last of the chiefs of Cravann, is wounded in his travels, but is nursed back to health by Guilhen, the daughter of the Saracen leader who laid waste to his Celtic homeland. He can save his people but only by renouncing love, which in this passage he singularly fails to do. This manuscript dates from several years before the premiere in Brussels on 12 March 1897. Madame Maurice Sulzbach (née Frincsel), was a patron of the Société Nationale de Musique and an amateur singer, to whom Fauré, Chausson and Massenet dedicated songs.  She held her musical soirées at 52 bis de l'avenue d'Iéna, Paris, where she frequently performed: for example, in 1892, with D'Indy at the piano, his cantata Sainte Marie Madeleine. This manuscript, with its autograph inscription to the singer, is mentioned in Manuela Schwartz's biography Vincent d'Indy et son temps (2006), p.74.

音樂藝術、中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸古籍

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