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Fri Mar 21 17:09:59 2014 UTClccn-no20111812850.00Lettre de Jules Pasdeloup à Monsieur. xxx, (sans date)0.451.00La rosée; polka du violon du diable, pour le piano, par J. Pasdeloup2688273Jules_Pasdeloupno20111812859043031Pasdeloup, Jules 1819-1887lccn-n00029538Simon, Yannicklccn-n83121785Orchestre des concerts Pasdelouplccn-n79129204Händel, Georg Friedrich1685-1759cmpviaf-29754859Rodrigues, Edouard1796-1879trlnp-maison cremiereMaison Crémière, ...lccn-n80057007Adam, Adolphe1803-1856cmplccn-nr98039229Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)lccn-n80079937Auber, Daniel-François-Esprit1782-1871cmplccn-n80032196Halévy, Fromental1799-1862cmplccn-n83174781Thomas, Ambroise1811-1896cmpPasdeloup, Jules-Étienne1819-1887Piano musicMusical settingsManuscriptsOperas--Vocal scores with pianoOperas--ScoresOperas--Chorus scores without accompanimentOperasOperas--Piano scoresMusic--Instruction and studyFrance--ParisOpera--JuvenileCarmen (Mérimée, Prosper)Bizet, Georges,Operas--ExcerptsSuitesRedowasPiano musicPiano music (4 hands), ArrangedOperas--Excerpts, ArrangedNourrit, Adolphe,Dingelstedt, Franz,--Freiherr von,Molière,Bülow, Hans von,Flotow, Friedrich von,Ulybyshev, Aleksandr Dmitrievich,Operas--Chorus scores with pianoPiano music, ArrangedDavid, Félicien,Dessauer, Josef,Scheffer, Ary,Delacroix, Eugène,Gounod, Charles,Franck, César,Plouvier, Edouard,Viardot-García, Pauline,Meyerbeer, Giacomo,Vaccai, Nicola,Michelet, Jules,Gevaert, F. A.--(François Auguste),Balzac, Honoré de,Bellini, Vincenzo,Girardin, Emile de,--Mme,Paganini, Nicolò,Beethoven, Ludwig van,Vestfali, Felicja,Rachel,Verdi, Giuseppe,Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da,Litolff, Henry,Orchestral music--Scores and partsHugo, Victor,Ponsard, François,Haydn, Joseph,18191887182918391845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561859186118621867186918721874187518761877188018811884188518861887188920032011203155168782.1M1503.B625ocn844324686ocn844324452ocn842280593ocn842280592ocn842280591ocn842280590ocn470630900ocn842280596ocn842331206ocn842280551ocn762760052ocn762756874ocn762759631ocn762750411ocn762759853ocn762756861ocn762756664ocn762727850ocn762791034ocn762756849ocn470630937ocn494605732ocn658576245ocn84432106181ocn615485022com20030.47Pasdeloup, JulesJules Étienne Pasdeloup, Brustbild81ocn614936817com20030.47Pasdeloup, JulesJules Étienne Pasdeloup, Kniestück32ocn053202355score18500.47Pasdeloup, JulesLa lune de miel : redowa pour le piano33ocn494605739bookPasdeloup, JulesLettre de Jules Pasdeloup à Monsieur. xxx, (sans date)22ocn842280567score1859Pasdeloup, JulesGraziella. Polka-mazurka pour piano par J. Pasdeloup22ocn498219811score1850Pasdeloup, Jules"Paris," Nouvelle Polka pour le Pianoforte22ocn842280585score1885Pasdeloup, JulesPrière de l'enfant à son réveil : pour chant et piano22ocn082175674score18491.00Pasdeloup, JulesLa rosée; polka du violon du diable, pour le piano, par J. Pasdeloup22ocn249042147score18750.50Bizet, GeorgesCarmen : opera in four actsMusical settingsManuscriptsPiano musicEnthält: Preludio Atto I ; Intermezzo Atto II ; Intermezzo Atto III ; Intermezzo Atto IV22ocn842280571score1851Pasdeloup, JulesLa Marquise, polka brillante pour le piano22ocn762727330score1846Handel, George FridericJudas Macchabée22ocn842280578score1850Pasdeloup, JulesPirouette ! Polka (pour piano), composée par J. Pasdeloup22ocn661988191rcrdPasdeloup, JulesAurore22ocn498116319score1855Handel, George FridericJudas Macchabée ... Paroles françaises de Mr Edouard Rodrigues. Accompagnement de piano par J. Pasdeloup. No. 2211ocn498219892score1854Pasdeloup, JulesRedowa sur la Perle du Brésil, opéra de F. David ... pour le piano11ocn762756849score1845Handel, George FridericChoeur de Judas Machabée11ocn842280592score18500.47Pasdeloup, JulesSchottisch de Londres : pour le piano11ocn470630891bookPasdeloup, JulesProgramme de la soirée musicale du 31 mars 1860 à l'Hôtel de Ville, avec orchestre, chant et choeur11ocn842331198scorePugni, CesareLe Miroir ! Polka composée sur les motifs de "Mella ou les Contrebandiers" ballet... musique de Pugni (pour piano) par J. Pasdeloup11ocn470630945bookPasdeloup, JulesProgramme de la soirée musicale du 14 mars 1863 à l'Hôtel de Ville, orchestre, chant et choeur211ocn761928328book20110.95Simon, YannickJules Pasdeloup et les origines du concert populaireCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn270672594mix0.10Berlioz, HectorParis [and n.p.], [1854]-1864 [and n.d.], to [Princess Carolyne Sayn-Wittgenstein]Largely of a personal and social nature, mentioning his Troyens (with a muiscal example), L'enfance du Christ, [Benvenuto] Cellini, Les grotesques de la musique, David's Hurculanum, Gounod's Faust, "l'opéra innomé de Meyerbeer" [i.e. Dinorah], [Massé's] La reine Topaze (in which the prima donna sings Paganini's variations on the Carnival of Venice), Bellini's Les Capuletti [i.e. I Capuleti e i Montecchi] with Vaccai's Act III, expressing his dislike of Haydn's Creation, mentioning Liszt, Mme Patersi, Mme Milde, Mme Stoltz, Scudo, Littolf [i.e. Litolff], Paul Delaroche, Delacroix, Scheffer, Ponsard, Shakespeare (whom Berlioz quotes in several letters), Richault, Oulibischef, Weber's Oberon, Bertin, Molière, Mlle Artôt, Viardot, Borghi-Mammo [i.e. Adelaide Borghi], Pasdeloup, Beethoven, Dessauer, Michelet, Balzac, the duchesse d'Abrantès [i.e. Laure Junot], [Delphine] de Girardin, Adolphe Nourrit, Rachel, [Joseph] Strau, ̀ Bénazet, Vestvali [i.e. Felicja Vestfali], Hugo, Edouard Plouvier, Bulow, Mme Charton-Demeur, Jules Lefort, Dingelstedt, Flottow [sic], Verdi, and Conti (who have been nominated for the Institut de France)--"C'est flatteur pour Verdi n'est-ce pas? ... Verdi est un galant homme, très fier, très inflexible, et qui sait on ne peut mieux remettre à leur place les petits chiens et les gros ânes qui s'émancipent trop"--, Rossini, Palestrina, Gewaert [sic], Monjauze, [Léon] Carvalho, [Gustave-Hippolyte] Roger, Mmes Erard, Spontini, and Scheffer, etc11ocn270977098book18740.10Bizet, Georges[n.p., n.d., 1874?], to [Choudens]Asking him to change the wording on the title page [of "Patrie"] from "ouverture" to "ouverture dramatique," mentioning "la jolie fille [de Perth]," Pasdeloup, etc11ocn270581989book18850.10Massenet, JulesParis, 9 January 1885, to an unidentified recipientSaying how touched he was by her recollection, that he, too, has not forgotten the evening of the 50th performance of Manon--15 May 1884--, recalling the Pasdeloup festival on 31 May, expressing happiness at her success, etc11ocn270566028book18810.10Duparc, Henri[n.p.], 20 February [n.y., 1881?] to an unidentified friendSaying that the package and this letter will only arrive Tuesday, too late for the recipient's "chahut," that he no longer has the two pianos and harmonium needed to play "les bêtises," mentioning Franck and Pasdeloup, saying the recipient may return the music when Duparc takes him the first act of Roussalka, reporting that he is working, but, like someone climbing in the snow, goes two steps back for each one forward, etcFri Mar 21 16:07:26 EDT 2014batch16300