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Jerusalem, Preludio (1847).

Publisher: Boccaccini & Spada
Series: Verdi, Giuseppe - Tutti I Preludi
, Vol. VI

Edited by Pietro Spada. Verdi composed this Prelude, introducing the recitative and the Ave Maria of Helene, for the Milan 1850 production of Jerusalem. This edition is based on the autograph score. With an introduction.

$14.95
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Verdi And The French Aesthetic : Verse, Stanza And Melody In Nineteenth-Century Opera.

Publisher: Cambridge Univ. Press
ISBN13: 9780521878432

This book studies the ways in which Verdi came to terms with French poetic rhythm and the French musical taste in his operas Jerusalem, Les Vespres siciliennes, and Don Carlos. With an introduction, appendix, notes, bibliography, index, and music examples.

$103.00
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Verdi and The French Aesthetic : Verse, Stanza and Melody In Nineteenth-Century Opera.

Publisher: Cambridge Univ. Press
ISBN13: 9780521349543

This book studies the ways in which Verdi came to terms with French poetic rhythm and the French musical taste in his operas Jerusalem, Les Vespres siciliennes, and Don Carlos. With an introduction, appendix, notes, bibliography, index, and music examples.

$45.99
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Complete Ballet Music From The Operas. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos

Two discs of music from Otello, Macbeth, Jerusalem, Don Carlo, Aida, Il trovatore, and I vespri siciliani. Jose Serebrier conducts the Bournemouth Symphony.

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