Jeanne La Pucelle (trio for soprano, tenor, baritone)

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Full details

"Jeanne La Pucelle" is an overview of the life of Joan of Arc, from the point of view of three individuals. The soprano sings the part of Joan of Arc, the tenor sings the part of the king of France, and the baritone (the villain!) sings the part of a prosecutor. Each part sings a melody that is matched to the personality. This song is for highly skilled singers, though the piano part is not particularly difficult. The MP3 file contains a wonderful performance by Nikita Wells (baritone), Marilyn O'Leary (soprano), Anthony Torchia (tenor), and Jeff Jefferson (piano). Take the time to listen to it!


Score ID
4425
Year of composition
2001
Lyricist
Brent Swarthout
Publisher
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
4 minutes
Instrumentation
Voice + keyboard
Genre
Other
Licensing

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