A Cupidon

A Cupidon
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  1. 1.
    Accompaniment
    0:28
  2. 2.
    Accompaniment + Melody
    0:28
Instrument: Voice
Composed by: Jacques Leguerney
Key: E Minor
Lyrics by: Pierre de Ronsard
Metronome: C = 60bpm
Lyrics start: "Le jour pousse la nuit....."

“A Cupidon” is a vocal piece composed by Jacques Leguerney with lyrics by Pierre de Ronsard (1524-1585).

Jacques Leguerney (1906-1997) was born in Le Havre. He has been referred to as “the latest – perhaps the last – great exponent of the mélodie”.
He was largely self-taught, but studied with Nadia Boulanger for a short period. He was also influenced by Albert Roussel and Francis Poulenc, who was a close friend through his life.
In addition to his art songs, he also wrote chamber music and orchestral music, including the ballet Endymion, followed by the ballet La Vénus noire, which was a commission from the Paris Opéra. After the Paris Opéra did not produce this ballet, which he considered his masterpiece, Leguerney stopped composing.

Purchase includes: Mp3 audio tracks.

  • Piano Accompaniment
  • Piano Accompaniment + Melody

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Product Description

“A Cupidon” is a vocal piece composed by Jacques Leguerney with lyrics by Pierre de Ronsard (1524-1585).

Jacques Leguerney (1906-1997) was born in Le Havre. He has been referred to as “the latest – perhaps the last – great exponent of the mélodie”.
He was largely self-taught, but studied with Nadia Boulanger for a short period. He was also influenced by Albert Roussel and Francis Poulenc, who was a close friend through his life.
In addition to his art songs, he also wrote chamber music and orchestral music, including the ballet Endymion, followed by the ballet La Vénus noire, which was a commission from the Paris Opéra. After the Paris Opéra did not produce this ballet, which he considered his masterpiece, Leguerney stopped composing.

Purchase includes: Mp3 audio tracks.

  • Piano Accompaniment
  • Piano Accompaniment + Melody

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