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Saint-Saens has created a work of great invention and imagination, whether we like it or not, and he has imbued the work with great skill and humour which is typical of the suite as a whole. The Johann Strauss dynasty of Vienna were at the very height of their waltz-fame towards the end of the 19th-century and Saint-Saens cleverly uses the dance-form to musically describe his animal. The piece begins in a grand and heroic style with a strong four-bar chordal introduction, although bars two and four lack a downbeat which is one thing a waltz needs above all things, and Saint-Saens 'wrong-foots' the beast immediately with it's upbeat pick-up theme but beginning on the first beat of the bar.

He cleverly demonstrates that the elephant has problems with the dance, as if it is unable to keep in step. The accompaniment, apart from cadences, retains its free first-beat in each bar from the piano which adds a rather ungainly and lopsided effect to the proceedings. At bar 24 an extract from Berlioz's 'Danse des Sylphes' The Damnation of Faust is introduced, transposed a semitone higher four bars later, and is quickly followed by a passage from the Scherzo of Mendelssohn's A Midsummer's Night Dream.

Both themes are originally for higher-pitched instruments and are here adapted to a more elephantine style, but still allowing the elephant its one opportunity to dance elegantly. Not for long, however, and as the accompaniment gets higher the bass gets lower and landing on a four-bar pedal point B natural changing enharmonically to C flat and then sliding down to B flat , with its wonderfully inventive and chromatic accompaniment, takes the bass back into its original theme but now with a harp-like accompaniment.

Little by little the two instruments come together until they eventually play in octave unison, modulating into A flat major, before allowing the bass a two-bar scalic run from its lowest register to a higher one. The original manuscript, held in the Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris, shows that bars were originally intended to be played one octave lower than the accepted version today, making the inclusion of Berlioz's 'Danse des Sylphes' even more humourous when played in the lowest register.

The confusion was begun by the first publication in , transcribed by Lucien Garban and published by Durand et Cie, at the composers wishes.

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Garban wrote bars as the composer intended but then added that the double bass should play these eight bars once octave higher than written, as this edition was 'pour Violoncelle ou Countrebasse et Piano'. For voice and piano.

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