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Georges De la Hèle
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Sheet music for Georges De la Hele
Piano Quintet — score and parts — Early modern
Composed by Miklos Rozsa. Kammermusik-Bibliothek (Chamber Music Library). World premiere: Leipzig, Landeskonservatorium, June 22, 1928 (Vera Gassert (pno), Hele Jamm, Heinrich Jansen (vl), Miklos Rozsa (va), Georg Hocke (vc)). Early modern. Score and parts. Breitkopf and Haertel #KM 1940. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.KM-1940).
Violin — Book Only —
Composed by Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707). Music Sales America. Book Only. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WH26718B. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (HL.14009920).
SATB Choir — Choral Score —
Composed by Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707). Choral Score. 8 pages. Edition Wilhelm Hansen #WH26718A. Published by Edition Wilhelm Hansen (BT.WH26718A).
Piano Solo — Sheet Music Single — 21st Century,Repertoire,World
Composed by Georges Assy. Arranged by Georges Assy. 21st Century, Repertoire, World. Sheet Music Single. 4 pages. Published by Georges Assy (S0.205269).
Violin and Piano — Book Only —
Violin and Piano. By Georges Bizet. By Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921). Edited by Georges Bizet. Arranged by Georges Bizet. 20th Century. EMB. Book Only. 0p. 28. 28 pages. Editio Musica Budapest #EMBZ7221. Published by Editio Musica Budapest (HL.50485146).
— CD — Classical
By Georges Athanasiades. By Georges Athanasiades, Georges Cramer, and Louis Broquet. Classical. CD. Tudor #TUDOR7206. Published by Tudor (NX.TUDOR7206).
String Orchestra — Score and Parts — Classical
Habanera, Intermezzo, Les Toreadors. Composed by Georges Bizet (1838-1875). Arranged by Roy Phillippe. This edition: complete set. FS-SWS. Carl Fischer Concert String Orchestra Series. Carmen, by French composer Georges Bizet, is one of the world's most popular operas. Set in Spain, the music reflects a tragic story of jealousy combined with the colorful lives of gypsies and bullfighters.
- Habanera. Bizet, who . Classical. Score and Parts. With Standard notation. 146 pages. Carl Fischer Music #CAS2. Published by Carl Fischer Music (CF.CAS2).
Piano — collection (softcover) — 20th Century and Classical Period
Hymns from a Great Temple and Other Selected Works. Composed by Georges Ivanovich Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff, and Thomas De Hartmann. Arranged by Charles Ketcham, Laurence Rosenthal, and Linda Daniel-Spitz. This edition: Paperback/Soft Cover. Sheet music. Edition Schott. 20th Century and Classical Period. Collection (softcover). With standard notation, fingerings and introductory text (does not include words to the songs). 116 pages. Schott Music #ED 7844. Published by Schott Music (HL.49032483).
Piano Solo,Alto Sax — Individual Part,Score — Romantic Period,Opera,Recital
Composed by Georges Bizet (1838-1875). Arranged by Glenn Martin. Romantic Period, Opera, Recital. Individual Part, Score. 4 pages. Published by Cornelius edition (S0.189729).
Habanera (from the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet) arr. for soprano voice and classical guitar — Georges Bizet
Soprano Voice,Guitar — — Romantic Period,Opera,Recital
Composed by Georges Bizet (1838-1875). Arranged by John Pinno. Romantic Period, Opera, Recital. 13 pages. Published by John Pinno (S0.267051).
De la Hèle’s parody-mass on Josquin Desprez’ Motet (and hence titled) “Benedicta es” as a whole is in 7 parts, one voice more then in Josquin’s Motet (for Our Lady), a symbolical reference to the Mother of the Seven Sorrows; its Agnus Dei is in 3 parts, with the explicit indication “Trinitas in unitate”, which explicitly links a 3 to the Divine Trinity another case of numerical symbolism. In 1578 (two years before Georges’ royal appointment in Spain) the leading Antwerp printer Christopher Plantyn published it in “Octo missae” (8 masses; all parodies on Motets by Flemish polyphonists, including Créquillon, De Rore and Lassus) by him most lavishly, even using wood carvings originally ordered for an Antiphonary for king Philip II. His other, probably numerous works were lost, with two exceptions, probably not by coincidence those which won him third and second prize in the 1576 edition of the “puy”, a composition contest for Motets and Chansons in five parts, held in november by the local fraternity of St. Caecilia (patron saint of music) in the Norman (western French) city of Evreux. One chanson in French, “Mais voyez mon cher esmoys”, also ideally suited for an instrumental execution, was printed in “Le rossignol musical” (“the musical nightingale”) published by Pierre Phalèse in Antwerp in 1597. His motet “Nonne Deo suiecta erit”, in Gombert’s tradition in fluently trough-imitating counterpoint, was preserved in a 1593 collection of Motets by another “Flemish” polyphonist, Franciscus Sales from Namur.
He was born in Antwerp, the rising port in the now Flemish (northern Belgian) part of the Habsburg dynasty’s duchy of Brabant. He trained as chorister at Antwerp cathedral and possibly at the collegial church in Zinnik (Soignies, in southernmore Hainaut) before 1560, in which year he joined Philip II’s royal chapel in Madrid; he later studied at the universities of Alcala and from 1570 Leuven (Louvain, back in Brabant). in 1572 he got his first appointment as head of chapel: in Mechelen at St. Rombouts (now Belgium’s primatial cathedral), in 1572 his second at Tournai cathedral, in 1580 the job of his life: at the Capilla flamenca (“Flemish chapel”), the royal chapel in the Castilian capital Madrid, a successor to Gerard van Turnhout), which he held till his death in 1586, when he was succeeded by no lesser composer then Philippe Rogier, in an unbroken series of 7 Flemish masters in 77 years under six Spanish kings.
Contribution endebted to KULeuven’s musicology professor I. Bossuyt’s book “De Vlaamse Polyfonie”.