"Bicycle-Aria" and "Dream-Duet" from Cinderella for 4 Singers and Streetorgan

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Who doesn't know the story of Cinderella? More or less the same thing happened to Lieveke, a barrel organ girl with two ill-tempered sisters who fancied Peerke, a shy, handsome farmer's son.This barrel organ operetta took place on a location, in he right setting and to the accompaniment of five monumental dance organs of The National Museum'from Music Clock to Street Organ'.(http://www.museumspeelklok.nl/).Ren?e Harp wrote the libretto in Dutch (http://home.planet.nl/~harp0001/).In this exerpt you can listen to the "Bicycle-Aria" for soprano and the "Dream-duet" for two mezzo's and tenor.The MP3 gives you an impression of the sound of this street-organ that has only 35 notes!It was performed on the Youth Opera Festival last October in Utrecht in the Netherlands.The singers are Marike Verbeek, Lieve Geuens, Liesbeth van der Loop and Dani?l Koek on a live performance.

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Year of composition
Ren�e Harp
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Large mixed ensemble
Modern classical music

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