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Franco Cesarini: Puss in Boots: Concert Band

A Tale for Narrator and Concert Band from Charles Perrault

COMPOSER: Franco Cesarini
PUBLISHER: Mitropa Music
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
The tale Puss in Boots (Le chat botté), written by Charles Perrault (1628-1703), was published in France by Claude Barbin in 1696. Since that time Puss in Boots has become a popular character and has appeared in movies, animation and comics. The story was part of a collection titled Contes de ma
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Composer Franco Cesarini
Publisher Mitropa Music
Instrumentation Concert Band/Harmonie
Product Format Score
Year of Publication 2013
Grade of Difficulty 4
ISMN 9790035225028
No. 1928-13-140 M
Number of pages 103
Series Mitropa Concertwork Series
European Parts Included Yes
Description
The tale Puss in Boots (Le chat botté), written by Charles Perrault (1628-1703), was published in France by Claude Barbin in 1696. Since that time Puss in Boots has become a popular character and has appeared in movies, animation and comics. The story was part of a collection titled Contes de ma mère l’oye (Tales of Mother Goose), which included a total of 11 tales, 8 in prose and 3 in verse. The most famous of these are: Sleeping Beauty (La belle au bois dormant), Little Red Riding Hood (Le petit chaperon rouge), Bluebeard (Barbe bleue), Cinderella (Cendrillon), Peau d’Ane and Le petit poucet (Tom Thumb).
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