A Night at the Ballet - Delibes, Celment Phillibert Leo - Waltz, from 'Sylvia' - arr. for String Quartet by Gerald Manning

By: Clement Phillibert Leo Delibes
For: String quartet
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Composer
Clement Phillibert Leo Delibes
Year of composition
1876
Arranger
Gerald Manning
Publisher
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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Clement Phillibert Leo Delibes (b. St. Germain du Val, n. Le Mans, Feb. 21 1836 � d. Paris, Jan. 16 1891)

Waltz, from �Sylvia�

The French composer Leo Delibes attained his greatest fame as a composer of ballets after he made a favourable impression with his music for the ballet La Source (in collaboration with the Polish composer Minkous). His best-known classic ballet �Coppelia� was composed in 1870, and reveals the characteristic charm and elegance of his style. This successful and celebrated creation enabled him from 1871 to concentrate fully on composition, and in 1876 a further full-scale ballet success Sylvia was composed and received with enthusiasm at its first performance. This led directly to his decoration as a Chevalier of the Legion d�Honneur.

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