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Piano Recital by Jacqueline Nourrit - 22 January 1931

Front Cover and Invitation from the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (French Line) to a Piano Recital 1931

Front Cover and Invitation from the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (French Line) to a Piano Recital on board the SS France, 22 January 1931. GGA Image ID # 12c5b09c30

Beautiful, elegant cover for a piano recital by Jacqueline NOURRIT on board the SS France of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique French Line on 22 January 1931. Featured compositions from Schubert, Chopin, Schumann, Liszt, Ravel, Debussy, and others.

PAQUEBOT “FRANCE”

Commandant G. BUROSSE

RÉCITAL DE PIANO PAR Jacqueline NOURRIT

22 Janvier 1931 à 21 Heures dans le Salon Mixte      

Programme
I
Schubert

  • Impromptu

Chopin

  • Prélude
  • Valse si mineur
  • Valse de l’Adieu
  • Nocturne

 

II
Schumann

  • Scènes d’Enfants - (Aux pays lointains, Curieuse histoire, Colin Maillard, L’enfant prie, Bonheur complet, Evènement important, Rêverie, Au coin du feu, A cheval sur un bâton, Presque trop sérieux, A faire peur, L’Enfant s’endort, Le poète parle.)

Liszt

  • Chant Polonais  

 

III
J. Ibert

  • Le petit âne blanc

Grovlez

  • Marionnettes     

Ravel

  • Impératrice des Pagodes

Poulenc

  • Valse      

Déodad de Séverac

  • Boîte à Musique

Debussy

  • Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum

 

Jacqueline Nourrit donne l’exclusiveté de ses enregistrements de disques a la Compagnie ÆOLIAN,  Avenue de l’Opéra à Paris

 

Jacqueline Nourrit est habillée par “A L'ENSEIGNE DE MIGNAPOUF" — 12, Rue Boissy d’Anglas, à Paris

 

Après le Récital: DANCING

Program for the Piano Recital by Jacqueline Nourrit on board the SS France, 22 January 1931.

Program for the Piano Recital by Jacqueline Nourrit on board the SS France, 22 January 1931. GGA Image ID # 12c5b4f642

Back Cover, Piano Recital on board the SS France, 22 January 1931.

Back Cover, Piano Recital on board the SS France, 22 January 1931. GGA Image ID # 12c5ca5192

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