This opera was composed on a libretto by Eugene Scribe, and was premiered in Paris, 1828. This edition is based primarily on a copyist's full score, held in the Bibliothèque-musée de l'Opéra. With a preface in French, English and Italian; facsimiles; cast of characters; and libretto. Reduced prices…
Critical notes for the marches and other band works which appear in Volume 4 of the Works of Rossini series. Also includes notes for the band and piano works which appear in the appendices of Volume 4. Reduced prices available to series subscribers. Please contact us for information.
Critical notes in English for Volume 7 of Baerenreiter's Works of Rossini edition. With five appendices, including one on early vocal ornamentation by Will Crutchfield. Reduced prices available to series subscribers. Please contact us for information.
English-language critical commentary for Colas' edition of Rossini's opera. Includes source notes, as well as notes regarding sketches, stage effects, alternate versions, and preliminary drafts of Eugene Scribe's libretto. Reduced prices available to series subscribers. Please contact us for…
Critical notes for Volume 1 of Bärenreiter's new Rossini edition. Includes notes for seven pieces scored either for solo instrument or for small ensemble. Reduced prices available to series subscribers. Please contact us for information.
This book looks at the music and style of Rossini, as well as his relation to music before and after his time. With a foreword, chronology, works list, bibliography, and indices. 29 plates. 31 music examples.
. . . Des Risorgimento. Edited by Martina Grempler.
Edited by Helge Bartholomäus. In one movement. With biographical and editorial notes. Corticelli was an Italian composer from Bologna. This work is based on an aria from the opera by Rossini.
Irmer performs more music from Rossini's Peches de Vieillese.
Irmer performs more music from Rossini's Peches de Vieillesse.
Irmer performs Rossini's late collections of Scales (Gammes) and Specimens.
The final recording in Irmer's cycle of Rossini's Peches de Viellesse.
Irmer performs Peches de Viellesse and Quelques Riens pour Album.
Stefan Irmer, piano.
With a preface and critical notes in Italian. Facsimile plates. These early works by Rossini date from 1804, when the composer was only twelve. Each consists of three movements. These works survive in a manuscript held in the Library of Congress.
Rossini composed this cantata in 1831, while working on his Stabat Mater. It is a very operatic work, on a text by an unknown author. With an introduction, texts with translations, and editorial remarks.
In one movement. With a preface in English and German. This early work of Rossini was probably composed in 1809. The work consists of an introduction, theme, and four variations. Reprinted from an earlier edition.
This volume of Rossini's Sins of Old Age features Quatre hors d'oeuvres et quatre mendiants.
A new edition of Rossini's duet in three movements. A challenging work which gives equal weight to both instruments. Colon edited the cello part, and Harper edited the bass part.
The first volume in a new series which continues the work of the Rossini edition published by Ricordi and the University of Chicago Press. This volume features seven short works for solo instrument or chamber ensemble. With a preface in Italian and English, and facsimile plates. Reduced prices…