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E. Eugene Helm

revised by Darrell Berg

of Amor e Psiche , he wrote to his attendant Pöllnitz: ‘You will tell Agricola that he must change all of Coli’s arias – they are worthless – as well as those of Romani, along with the recitatives, which are deplorable from one end to the other’. An effort of 1772 entitled Oreste e Pilade , ordered by Frederick as entertainment for a visit by the Queen of Sweden and the Duchess of Brunswick, proved to be so far from what Frederick wanted that the entire opera had to be rewritten and retitled I greci in Tauride . As a performer-teacher, and in aspects of composition

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Robert Orledge and Andrew Thomson

Davies : ‘The French Wagnerians’, Opera , 19 (1968), 351–7 L. Davies : César Franck and his Circle (London, 1970/ R ) A. Balsan : ‘L’hérédité Drômoise de Vincent d’Indy: notes généalogiques’, Revue Drômoise , no.421 (Oct 1981), 373–7 S. Giocanti : ‘Vincent d’Indy et le régionalisme musical’, France Latine , no.113 (1991), 81–104 See also Franck, César, §1: Life Chabrier, Emmanuel, §2: Works Symphonic poem, §6: France See also from The New Grove Dictionary of Opera : Indy, (Paul Marie Théodore) Vincent d’ (opera) ; Etranger, L’ ; Fervaal

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Michael Fend

to the fore in the thematic development of the final movement. In a similarly experimental fashion, in Quartet no.6 the openings of all the previous movements are quoted in the finale. In Quartet no.1, his most popular quartet, movements are linked thematically and by emphasizing contrapuntal technique; its Scherzo is a ‘Spanish’ genre piece with refined texture and colourful instrumentation. Cherubini's overtures to his French operas became popular concert overtures in their own right during the 19th century. He quickly replaced the Italian overture of Ifigenia in