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Lord Berners: A Wedding Bouquet (Full Score): Orchestre Symphonique

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COMPOSITEUR: Lord Berners
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Conducteur
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Conducteur
ÉDITEUR: Chester Music
A Wedding Bouquet was the idea of Lord Berners, who wanted Frederick Ashton to make a ballet pantomime out of one of Gertrude Stein's plays and who both wrote the music and designed the 'decor' and costumes. The nameofthe play was 'They must be Wedded to Their Wife', but this was thought too long
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Compositeur Lord Berners
Description Instrument Group Orchestre Symphonique
Instrumentation Orchestre Symphonique
Instrumentation Orchestre Symphonique
Type de produit Conducteur
Description Product Type Conducteur
Éditeur Chester Music
Période Post 1901
Année de publication 2002
EAN 5020679167144
Edition Number CH61621
MUSCH61621
Description
A Wedding Bouquet was the idea of Lord Berners, who wanted Frederick Ashton to make a ballet pantomime out of one of Gertrude Stein's plays and who both wrote the music and designed the 'decor' and costumes.

The nameofthe play was 'They must be Wedded to Their Wife', but this was thought too long for advertising and was changed to A Wedding Bouquet. Lord Berners went to visit Gertrude Stein in Bilignin and she liked the idea and hefoundin her house a carpet which gave him the pattern for the backcloth for the ballet.

The ballet was first spoken of as a choral ballet and the opera chorus did sing or chant the words at the early performances, but it wasentirelyunlike any other choral ballet before or since. The words explained the action, introduced the characters, made utterly irrelevant comments, worked themselves into a frenzied rhythmical accompaniment or injected onoccasional aptphrase that devastated dancers and audience alike. Not all of the words have ever been really intelligible but gradually the audience got to know certain phrases by heart and the ballet has a devoted public, althoughinevitably ithas always been a rather special one and to this day there are people who detest the whole affair, don't 'understand' it, and think it an absurd waste of time and talent.

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  • 1. A Wedding Bouquet
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