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Il primo libro di Capricci SZ8947 Frescobaldi / Darbellay Orgue Zerboni
204,80 € 204,80 € 204.8 EUR
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Impromptu PW10146 Mieczysław Karłowicz Violin and Piano PWM
25,80 € 25,80 € 25.8 EUR

The manuscript to the Impromptu, located in the library of the Warsaw Music Society, is dated ''Berlin, November, December 1895'', i.e. the composer was just turning 19 when he wrote the work. The pieces romantic style reflects a strong influence of Tchaikovsky, who had died only two years earlier.
Intabolatura De Leuto Diversi Autori Casteliono Antonio Luth Edizioni Suvini Zerboni SZ7922
101,40 € 101,40 € 101.4 EUR
Includes works by Francesco da Milano, Marcho da Laquila, Giovanni Jacobo Albutio da Milano, Pietro Paul Borrono da Milan, Alberto da Mantua, and anonymous composers.
Job Luigi Dallapiccola Chant Et Piano
101,40 € 101,40 € 101.4 EUR
John Corigliano: The Ghosts of Versailles HL50482739 John Corigliano Opera
113,30 € 113,30 € 113.3 EUR
The Ghosts of Versailles is an opera in two acts, with music by John Corigliano to an English libretto by William M. Hoffman. The Metropolitan Opera had commissioned the work from Corigliano in 1980 in celebration of its 100th anniversary, with the premiere scheduled for 1983. Corigliano and Hoffman took as the starting point for the opera the play La Mère coupable (The Guilty Mother) by Pierre Beaumarchais.[1] They took seven years to complete the opera, past the initial deadline. The opera received its premiere on December 19, 1991, at the Metropolitan Opera, with the production directed by Colin Graham. The premiere run of seven performances was sold out.[2][3] The original cast included Teresa Stratas, Håkan Hagegård, Renée Fleming, Graham Clark, Gino Quilico, and Marilyn Horne. The Metropolitan Opera revived the opera in the 1994/1995 season.[4]
Knospend-gespaltener UMP12672 Barrett Richard Clarinet in C ump
41,20 € 41,20 € 41.2 EUR
knospend-gespaltener (1992-93) 8’
solo C clarinet
(from Opening of the Mouth)
commissioned by Andrew Sparling
fp 21 September 1993, London; Andrew Sparling
Le Toccate E I Capricci SZ9681 Frescobaldi Clavecin Zerboni
204,80 € 204,80 € 204.8 EUR
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Little Women; Opera in Two Acts HL50483808 Mark Adamo Vocal Schirmer
93,00 € 93,00 € 93.0 EUR
Commissioned by the Houston Grand Opera for its Opera Studio, Mark Adamo's Little Women premiered on March 13, 1998. The opera's libretto (also written by Adamo and available for sale, HL50484155) adapts Louisa May Alcott's classic novel about four sisters who come of age just after the American Civil War. Exploring three central themes of the book, Adamo's opera focuses upon Jo March's resistance to the passage of time. Powerfully theatrical and musically sophisticated, Little Women notably contains a wealth of memorable melodies and tuneful arias. A compact disc recording of Houston Grand Opera's production is available on Ondine ODE 988-2D as well; the production was recently seen nationwide in a high-definition television broadcast produced by PBS.