Pierrot: quadrille très facileAdditional title: Soirées parisiennesAdditional title: Les soirées parisiennes
NamesCoindre, Victor, fl. 1838-1860 (Artist)Le Carpentier, Adolphe-Clair, 1809-1869 (Composer)
Prints depicting dance
Theatrical dancers, singly or in pairs
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1840 - 1849 (Approximate)Place: ParisPublisher: Colombier
Library locationsJerome Robbins Dance DivisionShelf locator: *MGZFX Coi V Pie 1
TopicsPierrot (Fictitious character)Child dancersQuadrillesPiano music
GenresPrintsSheet music coversScores
NotesStatement of responsibility: pour le piano par A. Le Carpentier ; [illustration signed on stone] Victor Coindre.Caption title.Numbering: Pl. no. : C. 715.At upper right: Dédié à Mr. Paul Monnot.No. 5 of the series Les soirées parisiennes.Statement of responsibility: Lith. Guillet.
Physical DescriptionLithographsExtent: 1 print : lithograph, b&w ; 25 x 34 cm. + music score (5 p.)Stamped at top of page: No. 1.
DescriptionSheet music cover illustration depicting Pierrot, a character from the commedia dell'arte, seated on a chair, singing and playing a violin. To his left, a group of four little boys, in costumes similar to his, dance in a circle with a little girl. The action takes place in a domestic interior furnished with a curtained bed and a table holding a wine bottle and glass. On the wall are framed pictures, a hat and umbrella, and shelves holding cups, bowls, and other kitchen implements.
Type of ResourceStill image
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 825119636Publisher-assigned music number: C. 715 : ColombierNYPL catalog ID (B-number): b19758925Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): caa575a0-ead2-0133-16ac-00505686a51c
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