A king and a prince at last in death, with incidental music.
Overture and incidental music to "Egmont;" composed 1809-10.
"It is the incidental music of a little play called Villon by Alfred Calmour," she said.
She says just enough, in a way to convince, and there is no incidental music by the orchestra.
incidental music to the tragedy Hamlet, for Guitrys benefit.
To put forward a more positive proof of his acquirements in this art, he composed the incidental music of his own dramas.
At any rate, for the rest of his life, Purcell wrote nothing for the theatre but incidental music.
Grieg's most widely known compositions are four of the pieces of incidental music which he wrote to Ibsen's drama "Peer Gynt."
What has been said of scenery may be applied also to the use of incidental music.
No doubt the Fiend Alcohol who provided the incidental music at the head of his orchestra was smiling.