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Charles-François Gounod. Faust - Variations de Cleopatre (Moderato maestoso). 5. Charles-François Gounod. Faust - Adagio, Animato. 6. Symphony no. 1: III. Scherzo. 2: II. Larghetto. 12.

Charles François Gounod ‎– Faust (I). Label: Decca ‎– 421 2412. Format: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Acte II. 4. "Vin Ou Bière". Vocals – Franco Corelli. Vocals – Joan Sutherland. Vocals – Monica Sinclair.

Charles-François Gounod (/ɡuːˈnoʊ/; French: ; 17 June 1818 – 17 or 18 October 1893) was a French composer, best known for his Ave Maria, based on a work by Bach, as well as his opera Faust. Another opera by Gounod still performed is Roméo et Juliette. Gounod died at Saint-Cloud in 1893, after a final revision of his twelve operas. His funeral took place ten days later at the Church of the Madeleine, with Camille Saint-Saëns playing the organ and Gabriel Fauré conducting

Public Domain Seigneur, daignez permettre (Scène à l'Église) (Act II). For Cello, Piano and Organ (Gounod). Complete Score and Parts (as "Méditation") - . 2MB, 12 pp. - . /10 2 4 6 8 10 (-) - V/V/V - 851 ⇩ - Generoso. PDF scanned by D-Mbs Generoso (2008/8/22). com) Opera Guide Faust - Scores at Sheet Music Plus. Operas by Charles Gounod. Sapho (1851, re. 884). La nonne sanglante (1854). Le médecin malgré lui (1858). Faust (1859, re. 869).

Artists Charles-François Gounod Faust. Faust Charles-François Gounod. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). 1. Faust: Act I. 24'36. 2. Faust: Act II. 27'51. Recent albums by Charles-François Gounod.

Charles-François Gounod (June 18, 1818 – October 18, 1893) was a French composer, best known for his Ave Maria as well as his operas Faust and Roméo et Juliette. Gounod was born in Paris, the son of a pianist mother and a draftsman father. His mother was his first piano teacher. Under her tutelage, Gounod first showed his musical talents. He entered the Paris Conservatoire where he studied under Fromental Halévy. He won the Prix de Rome in 1839 for his cantata Ferdinand. He subsequently went to Italy where he studied the music of Palestrina.

Gounod's Faust (1859) was one of the world's most popular operas from the 1860s to World War II, and remains a core repertory work. The story, adapted by Gounod's librettists Jules Barbier and Michel Carré from Carré's play Faust et Marguerite, is based on Part I of Goethe's epic poem Faust, which was a major inspiration for many composers during the 19th century and beyond. Gounod added a ballet to Act V when Faust received its first Paris Opéra staging in 1869.

Charles François Gounod - "Faust" Le veau d'or est toujours debout. Charles François Gounod Messe N. o. - 2. Gloria (Choeur de Chambre Romand, André Charlet). Charles-François Gounod Faust, Act 1 Scene II: O merveille (Recorded 1910).

Charles-François Gounod, Faust. The Salzburg Festival presents one of Charles Gounod's most well-loved opera: Faust, in a new production staged by Reinhard von der Thannen, conducted by Alejo Pérez and starring Piotr Beczala. Faust is an opera in five acts by French composer Charles Gounod to a libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré. It is based on Goethe's play, which is itself inspired by the German legend of a man who sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for knowledge and power. Gounod focuses on Faust's romantic encounter with Marguerite and the tragic result of their liaison.


Acte III [Conclusion]
1 "Seigneur Dieu"
2 "Il Se Fait Tard"
3 "Ô Nuit D'Amour"
Acte IV
4 "Entr'acte ...Elles Ne Sont Plus Là"
5 "Elles Se Cachaient!"
6 "Marguerite!"
7 "Marthe!"
8 "Qu'attendez-Vous Encore?"
9 "Que Voulez-vous, Messieurs?"
10 "Par Ici!... Par Ici, Mes Amis!"
11 "Seigneur, Daignez Permettre..."

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Decca Music Group Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Universal Music France
  • Recorded At – Kingsway Hall
  • Manufactured By – SNA


  • Choir – The Choir Of Highgate School
  • Chorus – Ambrosian Opera Chorus*
  • Chorus Master – John McCarthy
  • Conductor – Richard Bonynge
  • Orchestra – Orchestre Symphonique De Londres*
  • Vocals [Faust] – Franco Corelli
  • Vocals [Marguerite] – Joan Sutherland
  • Vocals [Martha] – Monica Sinclair
  • Vocals [Méphistophélès] – Nicolai Ghiaurov
  • Vocals [Siebel] – Margreta Elkins
  • Vocals [Valentin] – Robert Massard
  • Vocals [Wagner] – Raymond Myers


Recording: London, Kingsway Hall, 6 & 7/1966.
℗ 1966 Decca Music Group Limited, London.

This is part II of the complete opera.
Comes in cardboard cd wallet.
This is not an individual release.
It is CD53 of the box set Les 50 Plus Grands Opéras Du Monde (Versions Integrales)

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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SET 327-30 Gounod*, Corelli*, Sutherland*, Ghiaurov*, London Symphony*, Bonynge* Gounod*, Corelli*, Sutherland*, Ghiaurov*, London Symphony*, Bonynge* - Faust ‎(4xLP, Album, Box) Decca SET 327-30 UK 1966
LOW 90125 Charles Gounod Faust ‎(2xReel, 4tr Stereo) London Records LOW 90125 US 1966
SET 327-30 Gounod*, Bonynge* Conducting The London Symphony Orchestra, The Ambrosian Opera Chorus, The Choir Of Highgate School Gounod*, Bonynge* Conducting The London Symphony Orchestra, The Ambrosian Opera Chorus, The Choir Of Highgate School - Faust ‎(4xLP, Box) Decca SET 327-30 Spain 1966
OSA 1433 Charles Gounod Faust ‎(4xLP, Box) London Records OSA 1433 US 1966
421 240-2 Gounod*, Sutherland*, Corelli*, Ghiaurov*, Bonynge* Gounod*, Sutherland*, Corelli*, Ghiaurov*, Bonynge* - Faust ‎(3xCD, Album, RE) Decca 421 240-2 Europe 1991