Chant de guerre des Grecs modernes : manuscript, 1825.

Chélard, Hippolyte-André-Jean-Baptiste, 1789-1861 [Browse]
Musical score, Manuscript
2 scores (8 leaves) ; 22 x 29.5 cm.


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Summary note
Consists of a martial three-part chorus (sopranos, tenors, and basses) titled “Chant de guerre des Grecs Modernes,” an autograph music manuscript by Chelard, presumably inspired by the Greek War of Independence, 12 pp. (numbered 222-234), signed in Greek characters and dated “Paris, October, 1825." Bound in cloth-covered boards with the pastorale “Finis Lubin,” an autograph music manuscript for soprano and piano by Auguste Panseron, 2 pp. (numbered 235-236), a fragment.
Source acquisition
Purchase: Acquired with matching funds provided by the Program in Hellenic Studies with the support of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund. AM 2006-74.
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