Léo Delibes

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Delibes was the first notable composer to emerge after the death of Rameau, the art of ballet composition having been neglected in the interim.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Lakmé, opera 1883 Opera
Coppélia, ou La fille aux yeux d'émail, ballet 1870 Ballet
Sylvia, ou La nymphe de Diane, ballet 1876 Ballet
Sylvia, suite from the ballet 1880 Orchestral Ballet
Les Filles de Cadix, bolero for voice & piano (or orchestra) 1874 Vocal Music
Coppélia, suite for orchestra 1883 Orchestral Ballet
Le roi s'amuse, incidental music ("Six airs de danse dans le style ancien") 1882 Orchestral
La source, ou Naïla, ballet (collaboration with Léon Minkus) 1866 Ballet
Bonjour, Suzon!, song for voice & piano (or orchestra) 1863 Vocal Music
Le roi l'a dit, opera 1873 Opera
Le Rossignol, song for voice & piano Vocal Music
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Regrets!, song for voice & piano Vocal Music
Kassya, opera (completed and orchestrated by Massenet) 1891 Opera
Eglogue ("Viens! une flûte invisible"), song for voice & piano (or orchestra) 1863 Vocal Music
Les nymphes des bois, for female chorus & piano 1860 Choral
Les trois oiseaux, for 2 female voices & piano 1880 Vocal Music
Avril, song for voice & piano 1866 Vocal Music
Valse, ou Pas de fleurs, divertissement for orchestra 1867 Ballet Orchestral
Messa brève, for 2 voices, organ & string quartet 1880 Choral
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