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Leo Delibes

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Choeur des frileuses (arr. Pierre Jeannot) (1)
Coppelia (highlights) (arr. for piano duet) (1)
Coppelia: Suite (5)
Coppelia (34)
» Scene
Depart (1)
Irish Lullaby (1)
Jean de Nivelle (1)
Kassya: Suite (1)
La Source (composed with Minkus) (excerpts) (1)
La Source (composed with Minkus) (7)
» Act II
La Source: Suite (2)
Lakme (highlights) (1)
Lakme (53)
Le Corsaire (1)
Le Roi l'a dit (2)
Le Roi s'amuse: Incidental music (1)
Le Roi s'amuse: Suite (1)
Le Rossignol for voice, flute and piano (1)
Les Trois Oiseaux (1)
Les filles de Cadix (arr. for Cornet and Brass Band) (2)
Les filles de Cadix (11)
Naila: Suite (1)
Naila (5)
O Salutaris Hostia (1)
Regrets! (1)
Sylvia (excerpts) (2)
Sylvia: Suite (6)
Sylvia (20)
Valse 'Pas de fleurs' (1)

Clément Philibert Léo Delibes (21 February 1836 – 16 January 1891) was a French composer of ballets, operas, and other works for the stage. His most notable works include ballets Coppélia (1870) and Sylvia (1876) as well as the operas Le roi l'a dit (1873) and Lakmé (1883). Some musicologists believe that the ballet in Gounod's Faust was actually composed by Delibes. He died in Paris from natural causes on 16 January 1891, at the age of 54. He was buried in the Cimetière de Montmartre in Paris.

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