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The last leaf

Language: English after the French (Français)

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Based on
  • a text in French (Français) by Pierre-Jules-Théophile Gautier (1811 - 1872), "La dernière feuille", written 1837, appears in La Comédie de la Mort, first published 1838
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Péricles Aramis, Delphin Marie Balleyguier, Comolata Banerji, Maxime Belliard, Guido Bianchini, Victor Boisard, Gustave Bret, Marcel Briclot, Amédée Dominique Marie, Baron de Carayon-Latour, Gérard de Chambéret, Ernest Amédée Chausson, Antony Choudens, Gustave Collignon, Joseph Depret, Germain Desbonnet, Henry Ducarne, Jacques Dupont, dit Jacque-Dupont, Raúl Hugo Espoile, Simone Féjard, Marcel Fichefet, Paul Fiévet, Anna François, Serge Gut, Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, Léon Jouret, Gustave Kéfer, Nestor Leblanc, Eugenio Lugo, Mélan-Guéroult, Émile Naoumoff, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Paul Paray, Armand Parent, Felipe Pedrell, Patrice Pertuit, Jules Philipot, Blas Sánchez Hernández, Jeff Smallman, George Templeton-Strong, Francesco Paolo Tosti, R. Vauthier, Axel Raoul Wachtmeister. Go to the text.

Musical settings (art songs, Lieder, mélodies, (etc.), choral pieces, and other vocal works set to this text), listed by composer (not necessarily exhaustive)

  • by Manlio di Veroli (1888 - 1960), "The last leaf", published 1921 [voice and piano], London, Schott & Co.

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  • Also set in French (Français), original text by Pierre-Jules-Théophile Gautier (1811 - 1872) , title 1: "La dernière feuille", 1837, from La Comédie de la Mort, published 1838 ENG ENG by Ernest Amédée Chausson, Léon Jouret, Antony Choudens, Émile Naoumoff, Felipe Pedrell, Amédée Dominique Marie, Baron de Carayon-Latour, Delphin Marie Balleyguier, Jules Philipot, Francesco Paolo Tosti, Joseph Depret, Henry Ducarne, Gustave Collignon, Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, Ignacy Jan Paderewski, Anna François, Gustave Bret, Péricles Aramis, Victor Boisard, Eugenio Lugo, Paul Paray, Guido Bianchini, Gérard de Chambéret, Nestor Leblanc, Paul Fiévet, Marcel Fichefet, George Templeton-Strong, Maxime Belliard, Comolata Banerji, Axel Raoul Wachtmeister, Marcel Briclot, Jacques Dupont, dit Jacque-Dupont, Simone Féjard, Serge Gut, Blas Sánchez Hernández, Germain Desbonnet, Jeff Smallman, Patrice Pertuit, Émile Naoumoff, Raúl Hugo Espoile, Gustave Kéfer, Mélan-Guéroult, Armand Parent, R. Vauthier.

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