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Performer: Mlle Yvonne Brothier
Genre: Classical
Title: L'Arlésienne
Country: UK
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Yvonne Brothier (born on 6 June 1889 in Saint-Julien-l'Ars, Vienne, died Paris, 22 January 1967) was a soprano operatic singer who worked principally at the Opéra-Comique, Paris. After singing in Brussels in 1914, she made her début at the Opéra-comique on 13 February 1916 in Lakmé by Delibes  . Yvonne Brothier (born on 6 June 1889 in Saint-Julien-l'Ars, Vienne, died Paris, 22 January 1967) was a soprano operatic singer who worked principally at the Opéra-Comique, Paris.

Georges Bizet composed L'Arlésienne as incidental music to Alphonse Daudet's play of the same name, usually translated as The Girl from Arles. It was first performed on 1 October 1872 at the Vaudeville Theatre (now a cinema known as the Gaumont Opéra). Bizet's music consists of 27 numbers (some only a few bars) for voice, chorus, and small orchestra, ranging from short solos to longer entr'actes. Bizet himself played the harmonium backstage at the premiere performance.

L'Arlésienne, L'Arlésienne: Madame Ginoux, or Portrait of Madame Ginoux is the title given to a group of six similar paintings by Vincent van Gogh, painted in Arles, November 1888 (or later), and in Saint-Rémy, February 1890. L'Arlésienne (pronounced 'lar lay zyen') means literally "the woman from Arles". The subject, Marie Jullian (or Julien), was born in Arles June 8, 1848 and died there August 2, 1911.

L'Arlésienne Suite N. (Bizet, Georges). Authorship Note This suite was arranged by Ernest Guiraud (1837-1892) after Bizet's death For the complete incidental music, see L'Arlésienne.

Yvonne’s The One is a song co-written by Paul McCartney & Eric Stewart, from 10cc, during the Press To Play sessions  . Eric changed the title to Yvonne’s The One and recorded it with 10cc nearly a decade later for their 1995 Mirror, Mirror album. The 10cc version features Eric on vocals and Paul guesting on rhythm guitar. It was released in 1995 and did not chart in the UK or US. Again featuring just two of 10cc’s core band members, Graham Gouldman and Eric Stewart, the album included performances by Paul McCartney

L'Arlésienne Suite No. 2, also written for full orchestra, was arranged and published in 1879, four years after Bizet's death, by Ernest Guiraud, using Bizet's original themes (although not all of them were from the L'Arlésienne incidental music).

Tracklist

L'Arlésienne
A Farandole
B Adagietto

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Cie Française Du Gramophone

Credits

  • Composed By – Georges Bizet
  • Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

Notes

Disque “Gramophone”

Disque Fabrique par la Cie Française du Gramophone, Nogent s/M, Seine, France.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 1320 Royal Opera Orch., Convent Garden* Guest Conductor Eugene Goossens* Royal Opera Orch., Convent Garden* Guest Conductor Eugene Goossens* - L'Arlésienne ‎(Shellac, 12") His Master's Voice C 1320 UK Unknown