The Toreador’s Song, from Carmen (string trio – two violins and cello)


Title: The Toreador’s Song, from the opera Carmen

Composer: Georges Bizet, arr. David Gable

Instrumentation: Two Violins and Cello

Printout: 6 pages

Note: The Toreador’s Song is perhaps the best-known aria from Bizet’s masterpiece, Carmen, but more than being a catchy tune, the music imbues Escamillo (the toreador) with a flair for the dramatic and a self-aggrandizing ego. This is a must-have piece for gig musicians and opera lovers.

This arrangement of the Toreador’s Song for two violins and cello is also available in the Bargain Bundle Carmen, Selected Highlights for Two Violins and Cello, Set 3.

You can also purchase the Toreador’s Song arranged for string trio consisting of violin, viola and cello.


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