Entrances of the Porteuses

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William Grant Still

William Grant Still (adapt. Dana Paul Perna; ed. Thomas Lloyd)

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General Info

Year: 1927 /
Duration: c. 2:00
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Original Medium: Ballet
Publisher: William Grant Still Music
Cost: Score and Parts - $92.00


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Program Notes

La Guiablesse is a 1927 ballet composition in nine movements by American composer William Grant Still. The ballet was first performed in 1933 by Howard Hanson and Thelma Biracree at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, and Ruth Page in Chicago, Illinois. La Guiablesse (a patois word meaning female devil) is based on a scenario by Ruth Page. which in turn was based on a legend of Martinique.

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