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La Traviata

A cura di F. Della Seta - Riduzione per canto e pianoforte

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Vocal
COMPOSER: Giuseppe Verdi
PUBLISHER: Ricordi
PRODUCT TYPE: Vocal Score
Ricordi, the well-known printer of classical opera, presents the works of the great opera composers in its CRITICAL EDITION · PRACTICAL SERIES. These revised definitive scores are produced by using all the currently available sources ranging from the original autographs to printed editions, in line
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Subtitle A cura di F. Della Seta - Riduzione per canto e pianoforte
Instrument Group Vocal
Composer Giuseppe Verdi
Publisher Ricordi
Instrumentation Vocal and Piano Reduction
Taal E(UK)IT/D
Grade of Difficulty INTERMEDIATE
Product Type Vocal Score
Style Period Romantic
Year of Publication 2016
Genre Opera / Operette
ISMN 9790041413570
Style Period Romantic
Series UMPC Critical Editions - Practical Series
No. Pages 396
No. CP 14135700
Release Date 7/18/2016
Description
Ricordi, the well-known printer of classical opera, presents the works of the great opera composers in its CRITICAL EDITION · PRACTICAL SERIES. These revised definitive scores are produced by using all the currently available sources ranging from the original autographs to printed editions, in line with strict philological and critical criteria. Each edition has a brief introduction providing the historical context for the opera in question. This series combines the rigour of a critical approach and a practical, easy-to-follow editorial lay-out. The hidden sadness and frustration of living as a moral outcast, the attempt to simulate innocence in frivolous living and thedesperate search for relief from pain and anguish, the destruction of all hope in an unrealistic love affair... this is Violetta Valery. Verdi penetrated the tormented sensitivity of her soul as he visualized her in his music, transforming her individual fate into a universal representation of human suffering. His compassion for her, however, met with bigoted censure: the bourgeois public, scandalized by the presence of a kept woman as a character on the stage, gave the opera an icy reception at its premiere in Venice (Teatro La Fenice, 6 March 183). Certainly an inferior cast for the occasion did little to help. Only the following year, when La traviata was revived for another production in Venice (Teatro San Benedetto), did the tale of Violetta manage to overcome this prejudice and win the unconditional esteem it so deserves.
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