Attila

Ed. Critica di Helen M. Greenwald - riduzione per canto e pianoforte

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Chant
COMPOSITEUR: Giuseppe Verdi
ÉDITION MUSICALE: Ricordi
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Vocal Score
Attila , Verdi’s ninth opera and the second of five that he composed for Venice’s Teatro La Fenice, had its premiere on 17 March 1846. Verdi was inspired to compose an opera on the subject of Attila by two rather unusual sources, Attila,König der Hunnen , a curious play by a now-forgotten German
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Subtitle Ed. Critica di Helen M. Greenwald - riduzione per canto e pianoforte
Instrument Group Chant
Compositeur Giuseppe Verdi
Édition musicale Ricordi
Instrumentation Vocal and Piano Reduction
Type de produit Vocal Score
Style Period Romantic
Année d'édition 2014
Éditeur Helen M. Greenwald
Genre Opéra-opérette
ISBN 9788875929671
ISMN 9790041400952
Style Period Romantic
Collection Opera Vocal Score Series (Ricordi)
Nombre de pages 276
No. CP 14009500
Release Date 14/10/2014
Description
Attila, Verdi’s ninth opera and the second of five that he composed for Venice’s Teatro La Fenice, had its premiere on 17 March 1846. Verdi was inspired to compose an opera on the subject of Attila by two rather unusual sources, Attila,König der Hunnen, a curious play by a now-forgotten German playwright, Friedrich Ludwig Zacharias Werner, and Madame de Staël’s discussion of it in her magisterial work on Germany, De l’Allemagne.
This present reduction is based on the critical edition of the full score that - published in 2012 - is the first complete published version of the full orchestral score and the product of the study of numerous manuscript sources: the autographsources (now kept at the British Library in London, at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. and at the “Museo del Teatro alla Scala” in Milan), manuscript sources (those kept at Teatro La Fenice in Venice and at Teatro San Carlo in Naple) andthe first piano vocal scores.
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