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Phyton, le mervilleus Serpent

By Robert Kyr

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Soprano, counter-tenor, and tenor voice unaccompanied - Intermediate
Composed by Robert Kyr (1952-). Vocal Anthology/Vocal Solo. Secular, 20th Century. Vocal score. E.C. Schirmer Publishing #4543. Published by E.C. Schirmer Publishing (EC.4543).

Item Number: EC.4543

ISBN 600313445439. French.

Phyton, le mervilleus Serpent is an a cappella trio for a soprano, mezzo-soprano/alto, and tenor containing two song selections comparing a serpant's wrath to a bewitching woman's charm. The lyrics convey this idea. For example, some opening remarks translate to, "But never was a serpent seen so cruel so wicked or so proud as the serpent which denies me when I ask for my lady's favor." In addition to the song's meaning, the use of the French language adds to the slithering, snake-like character of the music which allows for an enjoyable performance.

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