page one of the Vocal Parts part from QUASIMODO - Opera - Act 2 Scene I - Spring Dance
This music has been transposed from the original key.

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Full details

This score is part of a complete opera based on the novel by Victor Hugo "Notre Dame de Paris", the story of the bell-ringer Quasimodo and his love for the gypsy dancer Esmeralda whose pity for the hunchback is returned when he saves her from the gallows with a daring rescue. The story is set in Paris in 1492 and has parts for characters of all voices and choruses of citizens, children, students. and truands (gypsies, beggars and theives etc.) A complete libretto and further information is available by emailing the composer through Score Exchange. All proceeds from any sales of this music will go to the Angels Charity for Autism support in Hertfordshire UK. Many thanks.

10 minutes

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Cover art for Vocal Parts part from QUASIMODO - Opera - Act 2 Scene I - Spring Dance