Notated Music Jeune fille à quinze ans

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Title
Jeune fille à quinze ans
Contributor Names
Puget, Loïsa -- 1810-1889
Lemoine, Gustave.
Created / Published
monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Lemoine, Gustave -- Musical settings
-  Songs with piano
-  Songs, French
-  Music -- Manuscripts
Notes
-  [paroles de Gustave Lemoine ; musique de Loïsa Puget]. (statement of responsibility)
-  Manuscript score for voice and piano. Written for Isabella II of Spain, daughter of Maria Christina of Bourbon, Queen of Spain from 1829-1833. Notated in a careful calligraphic hand, possibly that of the composer.
-  Fine original pencil portrait of a young girl holding a bunch of flowers on cover; hand drawn decorative initials "M. C." in dark red and black ink under portrait. On p. [4] are the texts of 2nd and 3rd verses of the son, beneath which is a hand painted drawing of an anchor with a rope entwined, a royal crest with the decorative hand-drawn initials "C. R." highlighted in blue beneath a hand drawn crown highlighted in red and gold to lower corner.
-  French words. (language)
-  Isabella II (1830-1904), was the only female monarch of Spain in modern times. Her succession was disputed by the Carlists, who refused to recognize a female sovereign, which led to the Carlist Wars. She was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1868, which ushered the First Spanish Republic into power. mus (version identification)
Form
print
Extent
[4] ms. p. of music ; 28 cm.
Related Resources
http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:fhcl.loeb:12956484 External (electronic resource)
Language
French
Description
print | [4] ms. p. of music ; 28 cm. | [paroles de Gustave Lemoine ; musique de Loïsa Puget]. (Statement Of Responsibility). Manuscript score for voice and piano. Written for Isabella II of Spain, daughter of Maria Christina of Bourbon, Queen of Spain from 1829-1833. Notated in a careful calligraphic hand, possibly that of the composer. Fine original pencil portrait of a young girl holding a bunch of flowers on cover; hand drawn decorative initials "M. C." in dark red and black ink under portrait. On p. [4] are the texts of 2nd and 3rd verses of the son, beneath which is a hand painted drawing of an anchor with a rope entwined, a royal crest with the decorative hand-drawn initials "C. R." highlighted in blue beneath a hand drawn crown highlighted in red and gold to lower corner. French words. (Language). Isabella II (1830-1904), was the only female monarch of Spain in modern times. Her succession was disputed by the Carlists, who refused to recognize a female sovereign, which led to the Carlist Wars. She was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1868, which ushered the First Spanish Republic into power. mus (Version Identification). Print (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Puget, Loïsa, and Gustave Lemoine. Jeune Fille À Quinze Ans. Monographic.

APA citation style:

Puget, L. & Lemoine, G. Jeune Fille À Quinze Ans. Monographic.

MLA citation style:

Puget, Loïsa, and Gustave Lemoine. Jeune Fille À Quinze Ans. Monographic.

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