…Offertorio -- 4. Sanctus -- 5. Agnus Dei -- 6. Lux Aeterna -- 7. Libera me, Domine. With a preface and introduction in Italian and English. Facsimile plates. Instrumentation list. Index of numbers. Appendix. Reprinted from the 1990 critical edition published as part of The Works of Giuseppe Verdi.
Edited by Fabrizio Della Seta. Introduction in English & Italian. 5 facsimile plates. Critical Commentary in separate volume, clothbound, vii, 158 p. -- 25 cm (included in the price).
Reprint edition of the classic biography of Verdi, originally published in 1962. With an introduction by Philip Gossett, and an index.
The appreciation of Verdi as composer and dramatist has grown immensely, in recent years; so has the number of scholarly studies. This publication is unique by focusing mainly on Verdi the dramatist. Music examples, glossary, bibliography, index.
Edited by Martin Chusid. Included are some of Verdi's most popular operas: Trovatore, La traviata, Un Ballo in Maschera as well as less-known works like Luisa Miller, Les Vepres Siciliennes. Also in paper - ISBN 0226106594 - $45.00
Translated by Edward Schneider with Stefano Castelvecchi. First published in 1859, Basevi's book was the first full-length study of the work of Verdi. This is the first complete English translation of the book. With an editor's introduction, glossary, editorial note, and index.
The author discusses the radical staging of several operas, while arguing that the genre of opera is unsettled by its very nature. With a preface, appendix, index, 26 plates and 11 music examples.
English-language edition prepared by William Weaver. First paperback edition of this volume, which contains 301 letters between the composers Giuseppe Verdi and Arrigo Boito. With a preface by Weaver, introduction by Conati, appendix, and index. Plates.
Edited by Martin Chusid.Studies with new insights in Il Trovatore, La traviata Un Ballo in Maschera, Stiffelio, Luisa Miller, Les Vepres Siciliennes. Also in paper - ISBN 0226106594 $45.00.
The authors examine the late works of four great composers, to study how they dealt with the relationship of age and creativity. With notes and an index.
This co-publication of Ricordi and the University of Chicago Press is based primarily on Verdi's autograph score. This opera was the first by Verdi to be commissioned by an opera house outside of Italy, and was premiered in London in 1847. With a preface and critical notes in English and Italian.
Performers: Barbara Frittoli, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Ildar Abdrazakov, Mario Zeffiri, Olga Borodina. Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Riccardo Muti, conductor.
This study score of Verdi's opera prints the complete text of Series I, Volume 18 of the Works of Giuseppe Verdi critical edition. Includes an introduction in English and Italian, as well as facsimile plates.
Extracted from the full score published in The Works of Giuseppe Verdi, Chamber Music/Musica strumentale da camera, edited by Gundula Kreuzer.
Verdi composed his ninth opera on a libretto by Temistocle Solera and Francesco Maria Piave. It was premiered in Venice, March 1846. The principal source for this edition is Verdi's autograph of the full score. With a preface and introduction in English and Italian. Facsimile plates. The separate…
Edited by Stefano Castelvecchi and Jonathan Cheskin. No score was previously published. The critical edition, based on Verdi's autograph score & important secondary sources thus offers the first opportunity for a thorough study of this neglected work.
Critical edition of the full score of Verdi's opera, composed to a libretto by Francesco Maria Piave and Andrei Maffei. Two volumes contain the score, while the third contains critical commentary. With an introduction in English and Italian, and facsimile plates.
Verdi composed this opera on a libretto by Temistocle Solera, for La Scala. This edition is based on various autograph, manuscript and printed sources. Volume 1 contains the music, an introduction in Italian and English, and facsimiles. Volume 2 contains critical commentary in English.
Main volume has preface, acknowledgments, and introduction in English and Italian. 5 facsim. plates, lists of instruments & cast of characters, index of numbers. Critical commentary volume : viii, 129 p., two appendixes. In two parts: part one, Sources; part two, Critical notes.
Edited by Elizabeth Hudson. Five facsimile pages from the autograph in the Archivio di Casa Ricordi. With preface, story, sources, list of characters. Separate critical commentary volume.