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Opera and lyrical music
Sheet music for Jean-Francois Le Sueur
Piano - SMP Level 4 (Intermediate)
Music for Millions Series. Edited by Denes Agay. Music for Millions Series - Volume 17. Classical. Collection (softcover). With standard notation, introductory text and fingerings (does not include words to the songs). 160 pages. Wise Publications #MUSAM41484. Published by Wise Publications (HL.14009841).
Piano - Easy Piano
The World's Most-Beloved Masterpieces (Easy Piano). Edited by E. L. Lancaster and Kenon D. Renfrow. Masterworks; Piano Collection. Masterwork; Recital. Book. 172 pages. Alfred Music #00-34438. Published by Alfred Music (AP.34438).
Piano - Difficulty: medium
Edited by Denes Agay. Yorktown. Baroque. Collection (softcover). With fingerings, glossary of musical terms, performance notes, introductory text and biographical sketches of composers (does not include words to the songs). 232 pages. Music Sales #YK20212. Published by Music Sales (HL.14001214).
Guitar - Difficulty: medium
Arranged by Joseph Harris. Creative Concepts Publishing. Renaissance, Baroque and Classical Period. Guitar solo tablature songbook. With guitar tablature and standard notation. 104 pages. Creative Concepts #074052. Published by Creative Concepts (HL.315163).
Flute, Clarinet, String Quartet, Voice - Digital Download
Composed by David Warin Solomons (1953-). 21st Century, Impressionistic, Neo-Classical. Performance. Published by David Warin Solomons (S0.442797).
Flute, Clarinet, String Quartet, Voice, Choir, spoken voice, clarinet, flute, string quartet and optional singing voice or choir - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by David Warin Solomons (1953-). 21st Century, 20th Century, Neo-Classical. Score, Set of Parts. 67 pages. Published by David Warin Solomons (S0.45571).
- La Caverne (1793)
- Paul et Virginie ou Le Triomphe de la Vertu (1794)
- Télémaque dans l’île de Calypso ou Le Triomphe de la Sagesse (1796)
- La Mort d’Adam et son apothéose (1809)
- Ossian ou Les Bardes (1804)
- Alexandre à Babylone
- Masses and oratorios
- Oratorios, "Rachel", "Ruth et Boaz"
- Mass and Te Deum for Coronation of Napoléon I
- Cantata for the marriage of Napoléon I
- Coronation oratoro for Charles X (1825)
Le Sueur led a turbulent life, starting as a church musicien and
composer of sacred music before the French revolution. He withdraw
from the church in 1788, and after the revolution, he shifted his
focus and praised the new ideals. He became popular and received
recognition for he work. Among other things, he wrote music for the
coronation of Napoléon I, and received the Cross of the Legion of
Honor. After Napoléons defeat, Le Sueur became Superintenant and
composer to the chapel for King Louis XVIII (1814), and later wrote
music for the coronation of Charles X in 1825. In 1818, he became
professor of composition. Among his students were Berlioz and
Gounod. It is said that for the coronation music of Charles X, he
reused large portions of the coronation music he had written for