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Leon [Léon] Jessel
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Sheet music for Leon Jessel
Concert Band - Grade 3
Composed by Leon Jessel (1871-1942). Arranged by Ralph Ford. Concert Band; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Belwin Concert Band. Form: March. Christmas; Winter. Part(s); Score. 184 pages. Duration 2:00. Belwin Music #00-BDM00051. Published by Belwin Music (AP.BDM00051).
Choral (TB Choir)
Composed by Leon Jessel (1871-1942). Arranged by Greg Gilpin. Shawnee Press. Christmas. Octavo. 12 pages. Published by Shawnee Press (HL.35031986).
Easy Piano - Interactive Download
This edition: Interactive Download. Children; Christmas; Classical; Musical/Show. Easy Piano. 4 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.20114).
Bassoon, Woodwind Trio, Trombone, Cello - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by Leon Jessel (1871-1942). Arranged by Jeremy Corcoran. Romantic Period, Movies, TV, Christmas, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 12 pages. Published by Published by LPC Publishers (S0.327372).
The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers (La Parade Des Soldats De Bois). Characteristic Piece. Fox-Trot Song
Piano and voice; ukulele - Digital Download
Composed by Leon Jessel (1871-1942). Arranged by J. Bodewalt Lampe. Toys, Military uniforms. Lester S. Levy Collection. 5 pages. Published by Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries (LV.6329).
Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Baritone Sax, Soprano Sax, Woodwind Quintet, Woodwind Choir or Ensemble - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by Leon Jessel (1871-1942). Arranged by Jeremy Corcoran. Romantic Period, Movies, TV, Christmas, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 22 pages. Published by Published by LPC Publishers (S0.325871).
- Die beiden Husaren (Operetta; Text: Wilhelm Jacoby and Rudolf Schanzer, FP: 6 February 1913, Theater des Westens, Berlin)
- Wer zuletzt lacht (musikalisches Lustspiel, Text: Arthur Lippschitz and A. Bernstein-Sawersky, FP: 31 December 1913, Theater an der Weidendammer Brücke, Berlin)
- Das Schwarzwaldmädel (Operetta, Text: August Neidhart, FP: 25 August 1917, Komischen Oper Berlin)
- Ein modernes Mädel (Operetta, Text: Fritz Grünbaum and Wilhelm Sterk, FP: 28 June 1918, Volkstheater München)
- Schwalbenhochzeit (Operetta, Text: Pordes-Milo, FP: 28 January 1921, Theater des Westens, Berlin)
- Die Postmeisterin (Operetta, Text: August Neidhart, FP: 3 February 1921, Central-Theater, Berlin)
- Des Königs Nachbarin (Singspiel, Text: Fritz Grünbaum and Wilhelm Sterk, FP: 15 April 1923, Wallner-Theater, Berlin)
- Die goldene Mühle (Singspiel, Text: Wilhelm Sterk, partly after Carl Costa, FP: 1936, Olten in der Schweiz; Jessel was not allowed to be performed in Germany)
- Treffpunkt Tegernsee (Operetta, Text: Aksel Lund and Erik Radolf, FP: 12 April 2009, Stadttheater Neuburg an der Donau by the Neuburger Volkstheater)
The Jewish German composer Leon Jessel mainly composed operetts. His Schwalbenhochzeit was his most popular one. He converted to Christianity to be able to mary his first wife. He found his death after he was arrested and tortured because the Gestapo found a letter in which he wrote about the gruesome threat of the destruction of the Jewish people.