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ChéŽ Faro (Gluck)

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Genre: Band
# of Players: Standard
Level: 2 | Duration: 3:45
Publisher: G & M Brand | Copyright: 1997

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  • Notes & Instrumentation

    Michaelson utilizes the flutes as the featured instrument in this heartbreaking arrangement of Gluck's most famous aria from the opera "Orpheus." Orpheus is in despair at this point in the opera: he sings of losing his love Eruidice, "She is gone and gone forever," (Ché Faro senza Euridice). What is the point of staying on earth without her?

    Genre: Band | # of Players: Standard
    Level: 2 | Duration: 3:45

    Instrumentation
    1st Flute
    2nd Flute
    Oboe*
    1st Bb Clarinet
    2nd Bb Clarinet
    3rd Bb Clarinet
    Bb Bass Clarinet*
    Eb Alto Saxophone*
    Bb Tenor Saxophone*
    Eb Baritone Saxophone*

    1st F Horn
    2nd F Horn
    1st Bb Trumpet
    2nd Bb Trumpet
    Trombone
    Euphonium
    (TC Baritone)
    Tuba

    Timpani
    Percussion (glockenspiel)

    Piano*

    Parts marked with an asterisk (*) are NOT ESSENTIAL, although their presence will obviously enable a fuller realization of the composer's intentions to be achieved.

    Program Notes
    This is probably Gluck's most famous aria, coming from the opera "Orpheus" which was based on the Greek legend and produced in Vienna in 1762.

    Orpheus is in despair at this point in the opera: he sings of losing his love Eruidice, "She is gone and gone forever," (Ché Faro senza Euridice). What is the point of staying on earth without her?

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