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Les Larmes de Jacqueline Op.76 No.2 / Harmonies du soir Op.68

By Jacques Offenbach

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Cello, Piano
Composed by Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880). Edited by Werner Thomas-Mifune. Cello and Piano. Published by Edition Kunzelmann (PE.GM1199).

Item Number: PE.GM1199

Violoncello and Piano (For full score and parts for Les Larmes de Jacqueline, see GM1234).

  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Location:
    Montreal, Canada
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 28, 2011 Les Larmes de Jacqueline

    Very nice piece of music with a clean edition. For students: maybe somewhat more difficult in a few places because of the very high notes. Hence additional fingerings would have been useful.

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  • 5

    Location:
    San Diego, CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • December 02, 2009 Wonderful Elegie

    Not the kind of music normally associated with Offenbach--a gentle melancholy throughout. Not a difficult piece technically, but it offers many opportunities for an insensitive or careless player to go tragically wrong. The cello leads throughout, the piano securely in the background. The several transitions between major and minor...

    (Cm, CM, Am) provide needed variety to a melody which could otherwise become dreary. Altogether a truly wonderful piece of music. About 6.5 minutes.

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  • 5

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    Intermediate
  • September 27, 2007 beautiful piece

    if this piece cannot move someone to tears i don't know what else could...

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  • 5

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    Intermediate/advanced
  • September 07, 2007 A Piece That Will Lieave Listeners With Chills

    The two parts of the piece contrast and compliment each other well because the first part is very melancholy and emo, but then the second part provides hope and takes a new happier feeling, with the resolution leaving the listener to wonder if Jacqueline is still crying.

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