A quoi bon la richesse (from Cendrillon) for voice, violin, and piano

By: Nicol� Isouard
For: Voice + keyboard
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Composer
Nicol� Isouard
Year of composition
1810
Arranger
Lyricist
Charles-Guillaume Etienne
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
5 minutes
Genre
Classical music
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New York soprano Anna Tonna has asked me to arrange several pieces for voice, piano, and violin for an upcoming concert at the United Nations. She has chosen two pieces from the opera "Cendrillon" (Cinderella) by Nicol� Isouard (1775-1818). A French composer of Maltese birth, Isouard was the most popular and influential composer of the Opera-Comique (with the possible exception of Boieldieu). "Cendrillon" (1810) was exceptionally popular and brought about a series of fairy-tale -based operas by other composers.

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