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  • Author:
    Fabrizio Della Seta,Giuseppe Verdi
  • ISBN:
    8875926743
  • ISBN13:
    978-8875926748
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  • Publisher:
    Casa Ricordi; 1 edition (August 6, 2001)
  • Pages:
    524 pages
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    Music
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  • Rating:
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Now one of Verdi's most beloved works, La traviata was initially far from a success-Verdi declared its 1853 .

Now one of Verdi's most beloved works, La traviata was initially far from a success-Verdi declared its 1853 premiere a fiasco. Fabrizio Della Seta is professor of music history and musical philology in the Facoltà di Musicologia at the University of Pavia in Cremona, Italy.

La traviata book Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (October 9 or 10, 1813 – January 27, 1901) was an Italian Romantic composer, mainly of opera

Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (October 9 or 10, 1813 – January 27, 1901) was an Italian Romantic composer, mainly of opera. He was one of the most influential composers of Italian opera in the 19th century.

La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi libretto (English Italian). libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. Three months have passed since Violetta gave up for me a life of ease, luxury, love affairs and the pomp of society, where, surrounded by adoration, she enslaved all with her beauty  .

From the Inside Flap: La traviata was intially far from a success-after declaring its 1853 premier a "fiasco," Verdi reworked portions of the first two acts, reopening the work in 1854 to tremendous acclaim

La traviata (Verdi, Giuseppe).

La traviata (Verdi, Giuseppe). 1853, revised 1854, 1864.

Andrew Porter, Martin Chusid. The vocal parts appear exactly as in the full scores, while the piano reductions have been revised to reflect the orchestral accompaniments. This volume contains new English singing translations as well as appendix items from the full scores, such as Verdi's alternate of substitute versions of pieces, that follow the main score.

La traviata (Vocal score) Giuseppe Verdi. 28 scores found for "La traviata (Vocal score)". ALL INSTRUMENTATIONS Piano, Voice (11) Tenor voice (6) Soprano voice (4) Baritone voice (3) Piano Accompaniment, Voice, Choir (1) Vocal (1) Soprano voice, Piano (1) clarinethorntrombonepianodrumsobo. 1) String Orchestra (1). Details. La Traviata Piano, Voice Ricordi. Giuseppe Verdi : Trilogia Popolare - Rigoletto/Il trovatore/La traviata Piano, Voice Ricordi.

Voice(6), Piano La traviata (Italian:, "The Fallen Woman" is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave.

La Traviata (La dame aux camélias) Opera of Giuseppe Verdi, first performance 6-3-1853, in Venice, Teatro la Fenice. 1st act, scene 2: Brindisi. La Traviata (La dame aux camélias) Opera of Giuseppe Verdi, first performance 6-3-1853, in Venice, Teatro la Fenice. La traviata - Prelude. La traviata (Italian:, "The Fallen Woman" is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It is based on La dame aux Camélias (1852), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas, fils.

Now one of Verdi's most beloved works, La traviata was initially far from a success—Verdi declared its 1853 premiere a "fiasco," and later reworked parts of five pieces in the first two acts, retaining the original setting for the rest. The first performance of the new version in 1854 was a tremendous success, and the opera was quickly taken up by theaters around the world. This edition presents the piano and vocal score for La Traviata, as reduced from the critical edition of the orchestral score by Fabrizio Della Seta, the first edition to include original 1853 settings with Verdi's revision.

Malarad
This is the right edition for Verdi operas. Very clear and useful!
Dagdardana
My purchase experience was very good. No complaints there. The product itself though, is lacking. It is a poetic translation meant to be sung, not as a word-for-word. If I had thought of that first I wouldn't have bought it. If you need a really good translation, I suggest going to the library and checking out the Nico Castel translations.
Wild Python
Very good book. Every song and ever note is there. This is my favorite opera and I had a ball singing along with the songs from the book. The only problem was that the songs did not hold titles, it was just a continuous flow.