Gli Orazi e i curiazi Domenico Cimarosa voix SZ8716 Zerboni
439 pages
Livret en italien et paroles françaises de Moline
facsimilé de l'affiche de la représentation à Paris (1802?)
chez Imbault Maison de Musique, au Mont d'Or, rue Honoré N° 200
entre les rues des Poulies et la maison d'Aligre.
309,00 € 309,00 € 309.0 EUR
Le Toccate E I Capricci SZ9681 Frescobaldi Clavecin Zerboni
Couverture Toile
204,80 € 204,80 € 204.8 EUR
Il primo libro di Capricci SZ8947 Frescobaldi / Darbellay Orgue Zerboni
Couverture Toile
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Werther melologo in due parti da Goethe SZ08512 Pugnani Recitant Et Orchestre Zerboni
http://operacritiques.free.fr/css/index.php?2013/11/06/2348-gaetano-pugnani-die-leiden-des-jungen-werthers-goethe-melodrame-melologo-monodrame-monodramma
204,80 € 204,80 € 204.8 EUR
Composizioni Sacre Te Deum Miserere Sacrificium Saverio Giay Conducteur pour Orchestre Symphonique & Choeur Edizioni Suvini Zerboni SZ8391
Marie Thérèse Bouquet & Gustave Boyer

contient l'arbre généalogique de la famille Giay

(Monumenti Musicali Italiani‚ Vol. 6)
Milano: Suvini Zerboni ©1980
1 score (xxxiv, 213 p.); 33 cm. reliure toile. Etat parfait

Miserere per soprano, contralto, tenore, basso, doppio coro, 2 oboi, 4 corni, organo, archi- Te Deum per coro, 2 oboi, 2 corni, 2 trombe, organo, archi- Sacrificium per soprano o tenore, violino o violoncello, organo

Durée: 25'21"
154,50 € 154,50 € 154.5 EUR
The Battle Song Brass Band UMMP 10491 Havergal Brian/Pickard Ensemble Cuivres Partition Et Parties


The battle song [from The battle song] [brass and perc] realised John Pickard 1997
16 September 2001 [premiere] Symphony Hall, Birmingham, UK
Buy as you view Cory Band, conductor Robert Childs
The battle song [from The battle song] [brass and perc] realised John Pickard 1997
17 November 2001 Victoria Rooms, University of Bristol, Queen’s Road, Bristol, UK
Buy as you view Cory Band, conductor Robert Childs
The battle song [from The battle song] [brass and perc] realised John Pickard 1997
2–3 February 2002 Cwmbran Council Chambers, Gwent
Buy as you view Cory Band, conductor Robert Childs

The battle song [from The battle song] [brass and perc] realised John Pickard 1997
Doyen Recordings DOY CD 142 released 2002
2–3 February 2002 Cwmbran Council Chambers, Gwent
Buy as you view Cory Band, conductor Robert Childs
154,50 € 154,50 € 154.5 EUR
Divertimento 4 violons 3 violes 2 violoncelles 1contrebasse 18 min. Jeffrey Levine Archi Edizioni Suvini Zerboni sz7940
joué NY Philharmonic, Pierre Boulez, conductor, (15th may 1977)
150,00 € 150,00 € 150.0 EUR
De Li Duo Soli SZ11930 Fedele Deux Pianos Et Trois Groupes Orchestraux Zerboni
soliste : 2 piano
4 flûte, 4 hautbois, 4 clarinette, 4 basson, 4 cor, 4 trompette, 4 trombone, 4 percussionniste, harpe, cordes
Information sur la création
28 mars 2002, France, Paris, Cité de la Musique, par Alain Planès et Cédric Tiberghien : pianos, Orchestre de Paris, Ensemble intercontemporain, direction : Christophe Eschenbach.
139,60 € 139,60 € 139.6 EUR
Suite Francaise; HL00120039 Darius Milhaud
It is rare that a composition is conceived first for winds then later transcribed for orchestra, but such is the case with Suite Francaise. Premiered by the famed Goldman Band in 1945, this magnificent work in five movements is one of the enduring classics of the symphonic band repertoire, and continues to be a popular choice for contests and festivals. (17:00)

This recording used with permission from the Klavier Music Productions CD K 11058. “Postcards” by the Cincinnati Wind Symphony – Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor
113,30 € 113,30 € 113.3 EUR
John Corigliano: The Ghosts of Versailles HL50482739 John Corigliano Opera
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]
113,30 € 113,30 € 113.3 EUR