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Partition complète, pour Japanese Girl (O Hanu San), An Operetta in Two Acts for Women's Voices

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Découvrez la partition de la musique pour Japanese Girl (O Hanu San) partition complète, opérettes, par Vincent, Charles. Cette partition romantique célèbre écrite pour les instruments tels que:
  • solistes vocaux
  • chœur féminin
  • orchestre

La partition se constitue d'une variété de mouvements: 2 Acts et est classifiée dans les genres
  • opérettes
  • Stage travaux
  • opéras
  • pour voix, chœur féminin, orchestre
  • partitions pour voix
  • partitions chœur féminin
  • partitions pour orchestre
  • pour voix et chœur avec orchestre
  • langue anglaise

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Date composition: ca. 1899
Rédacteur: 15th Edition
Edition: Boston: The Boston Music Co, 1912. Plate B. M. Co. 1328.
Libbretiste: Jeanie Quinton Rosse (1860-?)

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GIRLTHE JAPANESE
OPERETTA
IN TWO ACTS
FOR WOMEN'S VOICES
CHARLES VINCENTBY
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(O Harm San)
An Operetta in Two Acts Women's Voicesfor
Libretto by
JEANIE QUINTON ROSSE
Music by
CHARLES VINCENT
Vocal Score n. 1.00
Libretto .... 3.00 per 100
Stage Manager's Copy, containing
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26-28 West Street, Boston, Mass.Argument
thisThe idea of operetta was suggested by reading an account of a picturesque
custom prevalent in some parts of When a near relative has to be absentJapan.
from home for a considerable period he often leaves behind a growing plant, young
tree, or singing bird, which is called by his name and regarded as his substitute.
The greatest care is bestowed on this object, as it is considered most unlucky to
die person whom it represents, harm befallshould any it during his absence.
The first act opens number of girls visiting Hanu San, aby a Japanese O young
Japanese beauty who is about to celebrate her eighteenth birthday, regarded in Japan
as "the coming of age."
Some amusement is caused by Chaya, her faithful servant, who appears to be over-
burdened by work.
The story is told in the dialogue and songs and contains many amusing and inter-
esting situations.
In the second act, two American girls, who are touring in with their governessJapan
for education and pleasure, are impelled by curiosity to enter the garden, and while
their governess is sketching they slip away from her.
The girls returning the intrusion of foreigner and awake the gov-Japanese resent a
erness, who has fallen asleep at her easel, and pretend not to understand her explana-
tions. O Hanu San comes to her rescue and in the end invites the American ladies to
remain as her guests and witness the interesting and quaint ceremonies which are about
the all.co commence. They accept gratefully and win hearts of
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withoutPublic performances the songs or music The Japanese Girl,"of of"
specialpermission thepublishers, are Particulars regarding the rightfrom forbidden.
to the opera may be had by addressing The Boston Music Company.perform
The copying either the separate parts or the entire composition by any pro-ofof
cess -whatsoever isforbidden andsubject to the penalties provided under Section g&
the Copyright Law.of
Rights given only with the understanding that each and everyperformanceof
singer taking part purchase a copy this Score. Performance hired or loanedfromof
copies isforbidden.) )
Characters*
O Hanu San Soprano A Japanese Girl -positionof
(Beautiful dower)
O Kitu San
Mezzo Soprano
(Sweet Chrysanthemum)
Her Cousins
O Kayo San Mezzo or Contralto }
(Tears ofBliss)
Chaya Mezzo Soprano Her Servant
(Tea Server)
Nora Twinn Youn? American ladies travel-c f *Mezzo Sopranos
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their GovernessDora ling withj I
Miss Minerva Knowall Contralto
*lf desirable, The Mikado of may introduced as an additional characterJapan be
(See page 62)
Chorus of GirlsJapanese
A quaint garden ; on one side a house with veranda of bamboo canes,Jap
at the back a fence with gate. (See illustration on cover.)front
Contents
PageACT I
No. Overture1. 4
Sing O-hay-o 82. Chorus ,
Thanks to you Hanu San 16Recit. and Air .... O3.
( O Hanu San
)
Trio The Soldier, the Poet and the Artist ... Jo Kitu San V 194.
O Kayo San( )
Flower Chorus 285. Chorus
" "What shall I do Chaya6. Patter song 30
Sayonara Sung behind the scenes 3Z7. Chorus (
8. Song O Tori-Kayo O Hanu San 54
Chorus Lullaby9. 41
IIACT
10. Instrumental introduction 44
We are not finished yet Nora DoraII. Duet & 46
When I was a girl Miss Knowall12. Song 48
Tip-toe Chorus, Hush !13. Chorus 52
Cheres mademoiselles Miss Knoviall Chorus ....14. Song and Chorus . ! ts" 54
praise Hanu San Tutti15. Song and Chorus. In of America O k$ 58
Kitu San Chorus 6016. and Carmine lips O y
6217. Chorus Japanese National Anthem Tutti
18. Japanese Dance 63
19. Finale, Procession of All Hail! Tutti 67Lanternsand Chorus.*
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