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Candide : a comic operetta based on Voltaire's satire

Author: Leonard Bernstein; Richard Wilbur; John Latouche; Dorothy Parker; Lillian Hellman
Publisher: New York : Random House, ©1957.
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Genre/Form: Sheet music
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990.
Candide.
New York, Random House [©1957]
(OCoLC)654286321
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Bernstein; Richard Wilbur; John Latouche; Dorothy Parker; Lillian Hellman
OCLC Number: 597776
Description: 143 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Act 1 : Scene 1 : Ensemble: "The best of all possible worlds" (Pangloss and chorus) ; Duet: "Oh, happy we" (Candide and Cunegonde) ; Song: "It must be so" (Candide). Scene 2 : Libson sequence (Infant casmira, conjuror, and chorus). Scene 2A : Song: "It must be me" (Candide). Scene 3 : Mazurka ; Aria: "Glitter and be gay" (Cunegonde) ; Duet: "You were dead, you know" (Candide and Cunegonde). Scene 3A : Pilgrims' procession (Pilgrims). Scene 4 : Serande: "My love" (The governor, Cunegonde, Old lady) ; Tango: "I am easily assimilated" (Old lady, Cunegonde, and chorus) ; Quartet finale (Cunegonde, Candide, Old lady, and Governor). Act 2 : Scene 1 : Trio: "Quiet" (Cunegonde, Old lady and Governor) ; Ballad: "Eldorado" (Candide) ; Schottische: "Bon voyage" (Governor and Chorus). Scene 2 : Waltz: "What's the use?" (Old lady, Bazzini, Ferone, Ivan and chorus) ; Gavotte (Pangloss, Old lady, Cunegonde and Candide). Scene 3 : Finale: "Make our garden grow" (Entire company).
Other Titles: Candide.
Responsibility: book by Lillian Hellman ; score by Leonard Bernstein ; lyrics by Richard Wilbur ; other lyrics by John Latouche and Dorothy Parker.

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