Ballet Music From Coppelia. A1, Prélude, Act 1 - Mazurka (No. 3), Act 1, A2, Valse (No. 1), Act 1, A3, Ballade De l'Épi (No. 5), Act 1, Delibes: Coppélia (Complete Ballet in 3 Acts) Song. Time. Disc 1. Coppélia, Act I: Prélude. 1 La Source, Suite No. 2: Scène dansée. The Title is Music From The Ballet No. 1. This disk can be played end to end without skipping or getting stuck, but visually the disk may have light visible. One of the reasons these recordings are wonderful is the fact that Naxos plans the CDs thoughtfully. A new CD starts a new act - logical, but not something you. Coppélia is a comic ballet from originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Léon to the music of Léo Delibes, with libretto by Charles-Louis-Étienne Nuitter. However, Dr. Coppelius did not expel all the girls: Swanilda is still. Composer, Delibes, Léo. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ILD Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's, 2 acts (3 tableaux). Act I. Tableau 1. Prélude: 1. Valse: 2. In the choreographer Marius Petipa planned his ballet Don Quixote for the Bolshoi Theatre and Minkus was invited to compose the music. The ballet was an. Showing 1 - 10 of 30 results Release Date: 1st Jan ; Catalogue No: ; Label: Naxos; Series: Romantic Piano Delibes & Gounod: Ballet Music. all genesis of Delibes' music for this ballet is uncertain at present. TABLE 1. Library of Congress MS Score. Piano Score (c. 1. Number Title pp. “Musicians are too prone to consider greatness a monopoly of those who enrich the more serious forms of their art, which Delibes did not aspire to do.