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By Francis Coiteux

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Ophelie composed by Francis Coiteux. Arranged by Arthur Rimbaud. For soprano voice or tenor voice and piano. This edition: folded, stapled. Vocal music. Modern. (5/8) moderately hard. Score. Text language: French. 16 pages. Published by Editions Delatour France (D2.DLT1337).

ISBN 979-0-56017-769-4. With Text language: French. Modern. 21 x 29.7 cm inches.

En trois parties, a l'instar de la poesie, la musique de cette melodie enveloppe d'un ecrin de notes, les vers hautement inspires d'Arthur Rimbaud.

In three parts, in the manner of poetry, the music of this melody wrap like in a cushioned jewel box, the highly inspirated verses of Arthur Rimbaud. The first part, impregnated with mystery, describes Ophelie : linear melodic line, backed up by a piano referring to a stormy sky, scattered with stars. The second part, declaimed, more objectifying, with a tendancy for opera music, builds up a descriptive venture. The third part briefly recall the first, and concludes the work on the image of Ophelie, in all her mysterious beauty.