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For pricing and orders of subscriptions and individual volumes,please contact any music retailer orMGB Hal Leonard SrlVia Liguria 420098 San Giuliano Milanese, MilanoItalytelephone: 39 02 98813-1sales@mgbhalleonard.comIn North and South America, for pricing and orders of subscriptionsand individual volumes, please contact any music retailer orHal Leonard Corporation7777 W. Bluemound RoadMilwaukee, WI 53213telephone: 414-774-3630sales@halleonard.comFor rental of performing material, please inquire atwww.zinfonia.comCertain publications are not available in all territories.Please contact MGB Hal Leonard or Hal Leonard for more information.universal musicpublishing classical

UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBLISHING CLASSICALCRITICAL EDITIONSCASA RICORDI, MILAN G. RICORDI & CO., MUNICHEDITIO MUSICA BUDAPEST EDITIONS DURAND, PARISToday Universal Music Publishing Classical offers the most distinguished and prestigiousseries of critical editions in the entire international publishing world. These seriescarry forth the great traditions of the individual publishing houses that make up theUMPC group, with all their rich legacies and distinctive approaches to publishing.Thanks to a close collaboration with esteemed organizations like Fondazione Rossini, theUniversity of Chicago, Musica Gallica and the Simon Mayr Gesellschaft, together with thededicated involvement of some of the world’s most distinguished music scholars, UMPC’scritical editions set new standards in musicological research and publishing excellence.The goal of UMPC’s critical editions is to achieve the highest possible standards ofaccuracy and completeness in order to create publications that meet the needs ofperformers and musicologists alike: scores that are scrupulously faithful to the sources,prepared with rigorous critical scrutiny and yet at the same time fully compatible withcurrent music performance practice. All the editorial decisions taken are thoroughlydocumented and reflect both the genesis and the subsequent history of the compositions.In 2012, UMPC’s series of critical editions will be enriched by three exciting new projectsthat will mark an important step forward in the understanding of our musical traditionand in the refinement of the tools and standards of musical philology: the NationalEdition of the works of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, the Critical Edition of the operasof Giacomo Puccini and the Critical Edition of the works of Giovanni Simone Mayr.MASTERS OF 19th CENTURY OPERANEW LISZT EDITION (NLE)Published by Casa Ricordi, MilanVincenzo BelliniGaetano DonizettiGiacomo PucciniGioachino RossiniGiuseppe VerdiPublished by Editio Musica BudapestMASTERS OF 19th CENTURY OPERAPublished by G. Ricordi & Co., MünchenGiovanni Simone MayrGiacomo MeyerbeerEARLY & BAROQUE MUSICPublished by Casa Ricordi, MilanAndrea GabrieliGiovanni Battista PergolesiDomenico ScarlattiAntonio VivaldiArchivio della Sinfonia MilaneseDrammaturgia Musicale VenetaCLAUDE DEBUSSY COMPLETE WORkSPublished by Éditions Durand, ParisFRANCESCO PAOLO TOSTIComplete Edition of the RomanzasPublished by Casa Ricordi, Milan20th CENTURY MUSICPublished by Casa Ricordi, MilanLuigi NonoPublished by G. Ricordi & Co., MünchenKarl ReinerAlexander Zemlinskyd 1 c

For pricing and orders of subscriptions and individual volumes,please contact any music retailer orMGB Hal Leonard SrlVia Liguria 420098 San Giuliano Milanese, MilanoItalytelephone: 39 02 98813-1sales@mgbhalleonard.comIn North and South America, for pricing and orders of subscriptionsand individual volumes, please contact any music retailer orHal Leonard Corporation7777 W. Bluemound RoadMilwaukee, WI 53213telephone: 414-774-3630sales@halleonard.comFor rental of performing material, please inquire atwww.zinfonia.comCertain publications are not available in all territories.Please contact MGB Hal Leonard or Hal Leonard for more information.universal musicpublishing classical

MASTERS OF 19th CENTURY OPERAPublished by Casa Ricordi, MilanVincenzo BelliniThe Works of Vincenzo Bellini in critical edition published by Casa Ricordi with the contributionof Teatro Massimo “Vincenzo Bellini”, CataniaGeneral editors: Fabrizio Della Seta,Alessandro Roccatagliati, Luca ZoppelliLong awaited by performers, scholars, and music lovers in general, theCritical Edition of the Works of Vincenzo Bellini was launched in 1999by Casa Ricordi with the contribution and collaboration of the TeatroMassimo “V. Bellini” of Catania. The synergy between a specialized musicpublisher and a major opera theater is an important factor that allowsthe volume editors the opportunity to test many of their decisions inprofessional performance, as they shape the definitive edition. Bellini’sten operas, chamber music for voice, sacred music, and instrumentalmusic comprise a corpus characterized by a particular historicalcontext. On the one hand his activity as a composer was fully immersedin the practice of his times, in which modifications, alternate pieces, andadaptations were often required. On the other hand, the 19th century’sgrowing awareness of the professional status of the composer, Bellini’squest for a distinct originality of style, the careful pacing of his output,and his high degree of attention to refined detail, makes it fundamentallyimportant to correctly represent his autograph indications.The Critical Edition aims to restore the original dramatic and musicalcharacter of the Bellini’s scores. Following the editorial philosophyestablished with the critical editions, the Bellini edition will producescores that meet the exacting requirements of both performers andscholars. By offering these scores in reliable editions, cleared from theclutter of banalities layered on by years of “routine”, the series aimsto restore these great works to a new generation in versions writtenor sanctioned by the composer, in their full, fresh vitality. These newscores should also stimulate the circulation of his lesser know works,unjustifiably considered “minor.” Full score: hardbound volumes, 24 x 34 cm Critical Commentary: hardbound volumes, 17 x 24 cm[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian] Piano/Vocal score based on the Critical Edition:paperbound, 20 x 27 cm[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian and English]d 3 c

Plan of the critical editionsI. Adelson e Salvinia. First versionb. Second versionII. Bianca e Gernandoa. First versionb. Second version (Bianca e Fernando)III. Il pirataIV. La stranieraV. ZairaVI. I Capuleti e i MontecchiVII. La sonnambulaVIII. NormaIX. Beatrice di TendaX. I puritaniXI. Ernani (fragments)XII. Sacred Music (2 volumes)XIII.Vocal Music with OrchestraXIV. Vocal Chamber MusicXV. Instrumental MusicXVI. Schizzi variavailableforthcoming within 2014Unless otherwise indicated, the titlesof the edition plan are in progressd 4 c

Titles already available:VI. I Capuleti e i MontecchiEdited by Claudio ToscaniThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-XLV, 1-358 /I-VII, 359-648 critical commentaryNR 138469Piano vocal score available – CP 138472VII. La sonnambulaEdited by Alessandro Roccatagliati, Luca ZoppelliTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-LXXIX, 1– 475 critical commentaryNR 138618Piano vocal score available – CP 138621XIV. Vocal chamber music(Arias, Cavatinas, Romances; Dramatic scenes; Works for several voices)Edited by Carlida SteffanOne-volume set: score critical commentary: pp. I-LIV, 1- 196NR 140185XV. Instrumental works(symphonies, works for solo instrument and orchestra, works for keyboard instrument)Edited by Andrea ChegaiTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-XLVIII, 1 – 415 critical commentaryNR 139495d 5 c

Gaetano donizettiThe Critical Edition of the Operas of Gaetano Donizetti published by Casa Ricordi with the collaborationand contribution of Fondazione Donizetti, BergamoGeneral editors: Gabriele Dotto, Roger ParkerThe musical and literary texts of many of Donizetti’ s operas, as theyhave come down to us, pose numerous problems. These are due in partto the inevitable accumulation of layers of changes made by generationafter generation of interpreters, whose tastes were ever further fromthe musical and dramatic aesthetics of Donizetti’s times. Changes, oftenmade with the best of intentions, were motivated in some cases by theurge to modernize the orchestration, the phrasing or even the structureof some pieces; in other cases by the demands of local censorship orby the need to shorten the works or otherwise alter the structure forpragmatic reasons. Sometimes interpolations of extraneous materialwhere made to accommodate the wishes of performers.In this climate, and in the background of an ever-burgeoning “DonizettiRenaissance” in which almost all of the composer’s nearly seventyoperas have been revived in the last forty years, a critical edition wasbadly needed. For these reasons Casa Ricordi, with the collaborationand contribution of the Comune di Bergamo, began the Donizetti CriticalEdition in 1988.The current project does not aim toward the publication of the completeoperas, but rather seeks to offer a wide variety and complexity ofDonizetti’ s works for the theatre. Operas still in the repertory are ofcourse included, but the series also publishes a selection of lesser-knowntitles that, for historical or musical reasons, are particularly significant fora better understanding of Donizetti’ s career and the historical context inwhich he worked. As the Donizetti critical edition nears its first quartercentury of activity, many of its scores have become the de facto standardfor performance. Full score with Critical Commentary included:hardbound volumes, 26 x 36,5 cm[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian and English] Piano/Vocal score based on the Critical Edition:paperbound, 20 x 27 cm.[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian and English]d 6 c

Plan of the critical editionsAdeliaAnna BolenaBetlyIl campanelloLe convenienze ed inconvenienze teatraliDeux hommes et une femme (Rita)Dom SébastienDon PasqualeLa FavoriteLa figlia del reggimentoLa fille du regimentLes martyrsLinda di ChamounixLucia di LammermoorLucrezia BorgiaMaria di RohanMaria StuardaParisinaPia de’ TolomeiPoliutoavailableforthcoming within 2014Unless otherwise indicated, the titlesof the edition plan are in progressd 7 c

Titles already availableBetlyEdited by Ellen and Julia LockartTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXII, 1– 294/295-614NR 139909Il campanelloEdited by Ilaria NariciOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXII, 1- 318NR 136116Piano vocal score available – CP 136119Le convenienze ed inconvenienze teatraliEdited by Roger Parker, Anders WiklundTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXII, 1-419/421-669NR 136792Piano vocal score available – CP 136795Die Sitten und Unsitten am TheaterPiano vocal score available – SY 5081-03Deux homes et une femme – RitaEdited by Francesco BellottoOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXVII, 1-340NR 138368Piano vocal score available – CP 138370Dom SébastienEdited by Mary Ann SmartTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXVIII, 1-490/491- 965NR 136543Piano vocal score available – CP 136546d 8 c

La FavoriteEdited by Rebecca Harris WarrickTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-L, 1-462/463-903NR 135544Piano vocal score available – CP 135547Linda di ChamounixEdited by Gabriele DottoTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-LVIII, 1-318/319-845NR 139210Piano vocal score available – CP 139213Maria di RohanEdited by Luca ZoppelliTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-LI, 1-362/363-741NR 137533Piano vocal score available – CP 137536Maria StuardaEdited by Anders WiklundTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXV, 1-370/371-780NR 134913Piano vocal score available – CP 134916Pia de’ TolomeiEdited by Giorgio PagannoneTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XLI, 1-313/314-898NR 138861Piano vocal score available – CP 138864PoliutoEdited by William Ashbrook, Roger ParkerTwo-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXVII, 1-397/399-633NR 135658Piano vocal score available – CP 135661d 9 c

Giacomo PucciniThe Critical Edition of the operas of Giacomo Puccini published by Casa RicordiGeneral editor: Gabriele DottoThe long-awaited Critical Edition of Puccini’s operas, many years in theplanning and with several works already in preparation, will finally startwith the publication of Manon Lescaut as the first volume of the series.Puccini’s ceaseless penchant for revision led to a quantity of simultaneously available, sometime overlapping “versions” of texts. As a furthercomplication, “performing materials” hired out to opera houses werekept updated with corrections that did not always find their way consistently into full and vocal scores offered to the general public.The complex nature of the rnultiple available sources requires aninnovative approach to textual criticism as part of its editorial philosophy.For instance, in many cases it is not possible to establish a single sourceas a “primary” text for an entire opera: for certain passages in someoperas, two or perhaps several musical sources could occupy positionsof a “shifting status”, now primary, now secondary. Further, in keepingwith the growing sophistication with which orchestral color was used inPuccini’s time as an integral part of the musical discourse – an aspect inwhich Puccini was an absolute master – the edition will carefully restorethe shades and nuances reflected in the composer’s autograph scoreswhich were later obfuscated in the printed scores.With unparalleled access to the primary autograph sources and annotated secondary sources, to the publishing records, and to the contemporary documentation, the Critical Edition of the Operas of Puccini willoffer the performer, the scholar, and the aficionado a range of information never before available. Full score: hardbound volumes, 24 x 34 cm Critical Commentary: hardbound volumes, 17 x 24 cm[Historical Introduction in Italian] Piano/Vocal score based on the Critical Edition:paperbound, 20 x 27 cm[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian and English]d 10 c

Plan of the critical editionsI. Le Villia. Le Willis (one Act)b. Le Villi (two Acts)II. Edgara. (four Acts)b. (three Acts)III. Manon LescautIV. La bohèmeV. ToscaVI. Madama Butterflya. (two Acts)b. (three Acts)VII. La fanciulla del WestVIII. La rondineIX. 1 – Il tabarroIX. 2 – Suor AngelicaIX. 3 – Gianni SchicchiX. Turandotforthcoming within 2014Unless otherwise indicated, the titlesof the edition plan are in progressd 11 c

Gioachino rossiniThe Works of Gioachino Rossini in critical edition published by Fondazione Rossini Pesarowith the collaboration of Casa RicordiGenerale editor: Philip Gossett (until 2005),Ilaria Narici (since 2006)By the end of the 19th century most of Rossini’s operas - and especiallythe opere serie which had dominated the opera scene at the time of theircomposition - had simply dropped out of the repertoire. By then thecomposer’s reputation depended on the knowledge of a handful of works,accompanied by a thin sprinkling of biographical and critical clichés thatnot even eminent musicologists like Radiciotti could eradicate. So whenin the 1920s we encounter the very first signs of what was to becomethe “Rossini Renaissance” few of the operas were available in score andknowledge of the manuscript sources (even the autograph manuscripts)was negligible. Indeed for certain works that had been triumphantlygreeted at their first appearance it was thought that the music was lost orhad even been destroyed by the dissatisfied composer. Not surprisingly,therefore, considerable difficulties arose when the other operas wereresurrected one by one: not only textual problems, but also problems offinding the right musical interpreters.If today the situation can be said to be reversed, if many of Rossini’smasterpieces have once again been restored to their pristine brilliance,and if we now know everything (or almost) about the gestation of eachwork, we owe it largely to the monumental project launched by theFondazione Rossini of Pesaro at the beginning of the 1970s: the CriticalEdition. In addition, the publication of the scores was preceded andaccompanied by meticulous work in other related areas: the researchinto Rossini’s compositional methods and his earliest interpreters’performance practice; and the cataloguing of the sources.As a result, scholars are now in a position to reconstruct the history of all theoperatic versions that can be considered as authentic (i.e. intended or approved by the composer). And in the process, there have been many rediscoveries and additions to the Rossini catalogue. Equally significant are theprofound changes to Rossini’s image and critical standing since the earlydecades of the last century: in particular, scholars have recognised the central position of the opere serie, particularly those of his Neapolitan period. Full score: hardbound volumes, 23,5 x 31,5 cm Critical Commentary: paperbound volumes, 17 x 24,5 cm[Historical Introduction in Italian] Piano/Vocal score based on the Critical Edition:paperbound, 20 x 27 cm[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian and English]d 12 c

Plan of the critical editionsfirst Part: operasAdelaide di BorgognaAdina ossia Il Califfo di BagdadArmidaAureliano in PalmiraBianca e Falliero, o sia Il consiglio dei treIl barbiere di SivigliaLa cambiale di matrimonioLa CenerentolaCiro in BabiloniaLe Comte OryLa donna del lagoDemetrio e PolibioEduardo e CristinaElisabetta Regina d’InghilterraL’equivoco stravaganteErmioneLa gazza ladraLa gazzettaGuillaume TellL’inganno feliceL’Italiana in AlgeriIvanhoé (pastiche)Maometto IIMatilde di ShabranMoïse et PharaonMosè in EgittoMusica scritta da Rossini per opere di altri compositoriL’occasione fa il ladroLa pietra del paragoneavailableforthcoming within 2014Unless otherwise indicated, the titlesof the edition plan are in progressd 13 c

Plan of the Critical Editions (continued)Ricciardo e ZoraideRobert Bruce (pastiche)La scala di setaSemiramideLe Siège de CorintheSigismondoIl Signor BruschinoTancrediTorvaldo e DorliskaIl Turco in ItaliaIl viaggio a Reims ossia L’albergo del Giglio d’oroZelmirasecond Part: incidental music and cantatasCantata in onore del Sommo Pontefice Pio NonoCantate con accompagnamento di pianoforteCantate giovanili con orchestraAltre cantate con orchestraTre cantate napoletaneEdipo ColoneoLe nozze di Teti, e di PeleoLa riconoscenza e Il vero omaggiothird Part: sacred musicMesse giovaniliMessa di GloriaStabat materPetite Messe solennellePetite Messe solennelle (orchestral version)Altra musica sacrafourth Part: hymnsOne volumed 14 c

fifth Part: chamber Vocal musicCanti per una voce e pianoforteCanti per più voci e pianoforteSoirée musicalessixth Part: instrumental musicSinfonie giovaniliSei sonate a quattroMusica per pianoforteMusica da camera senza pianoforteMusica per bandaAltra musica per orchestraseVenth Part: Péchés de vieillesseAlbum français. Morceaux réservésAlbum italiano. Musique anodineAlbum de Château – Miscellanée pour pianoAltri pezzi vocaliQuatre mendiants – Quatre hors d’oeuvres – Album de ChaumièreQuelques riens pour albumAlbum pour les enfants adolescents – Album pour les enfants dégourdisMusica da cameraAltri pezzi per pianoforteeiGhth PartOpere didatticheMiscellaneaavailableforthcoming within 2014Unless otherwise indicated, the titlesof the edition plan are in progressd 15 c

Titles already availablefirst Part: operasAdina ossia Il Califfo di BagdadEdited by Fabrizio Della SetaTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-LIV, 1 -418 critical commentary pp. 106GR 24ArmidaEdited by Charles S. Brauner, Patricia B. BraunerThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-L, 1-578/579-1235 critical commentary pp. 181GR 19Piano vocal score available – CP 138588Bianca e Falliero, o sia Il consiglio dei treEdited by Gabriele DottoThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LV, 1-507/508-1149 critical commentary pp. 162GR 18Piano vocal score available – CP 134029Il barbiere di SivigliaEdited by Alberto Zedda (edition 2009)Four-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LIX, 1-525/527-953 2 volumes critical commentary (fonts) pp. 146/(notes) pp. 229GR 35Piano vocal score – CP 139906La CenerentolaEdited by Alberto ZeddaThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LIX, 1-686/687-1115 critical commentary pp. 216GR 21Piano vocal score available – CP 131821La donna del lagoEdited by H. Colin SlimFour-volume set: three volumes score pp. I-XLVI, 1-544/545-952/(banda) pp. I-XIII, 1-151 critical commentary pp. 194GR 09Piano vocal score available – CP 133191ErmioneEdited by Philip Gossett and Patricia B. BraunerThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-XLVIII, 1-539/541-846 critical commentary pp. 119GR 16Piano vocal score available – CP 134548availableforthcoming within 2014Unless otherwise indicated, the titlesof the edition plan are in progressd 16 c

La gazza ladraEdited by Alberto ZeddaThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-XLIX, 1-600/ 601-1197 critical commentary pp. 220GR 01Study score available – PR 1399 (two paperbound volumes pp. 1-600 601-1258 with critical commentary)Piano vocal score available – CP 132722La gazzettaEdited by Philip Gossett, Fabrizio ScipioniThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LVI, 1-394/ 395-756 critical commentary pp. 193GR 26Guillaume TellEdited by Elizabeth BartletSix-volume set: four volumes score pp. I-LXXIV, 1-530/531-854/ 855-1483/1485-2050 two volumes critical commentary(texts) pp. 253/(notes) pp.324GR 11Piano vocal score - CP 136255L’Italiana in AlgeriEdited by Azio CorghiThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-XLV, 1-304/305-781 critical commentary pp. 191GR 02Study score available – PR 1396 (two paperbound volumes pp. 1-304 305-837 with critical commentary)Piano vocal score available – CP 132118L’Italiana in Algeri – Der Italienerin in Algier (Italian/German)Piano vocal score available – CP 13522605Mosè in EgittoEdited by Charles S. BraunerThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LVIII, 1-380/381-842 critical commentary pp. 248GR 28L’occasione fa il ladroEdited by Philip Gossett, Giovanni Carli Ballola, Patricia B. BraunerTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-XXXIX, 1-544 critical commentary pp. 107GR 13Piano vocal score available – CP 134552OtelloEdited by Michael CollinsThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LIII, 1-469/471-961 critical commentary pp. 169GR 14Piano vocal score available – CP 134599La scala di setaEdited by Anders WiklundTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-XXXIII, 1-487 critical commentary pp. 85GR 10Piano vocal score available – CP 134555d 17 c

Titles already available (continued)SemiramideEdited by Philip Gossett, Alberto ZeddaFive-volume set: four volumes score pp. I-LXXXII, 1-433/434-840/841-1467/(banda) I-XV, 1-150 critical commentary pp. 232GR 25SigismondoEdited by Paolo PinamontiThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LVII, 1-371/373-657 critical commentary pp. 162GR 36Il Signor BruschinoEdited by Arrigo GazzanigaTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-XXXV, 1-426 critical commentary pp. 79GR 06Study score available – PR 1398 (one paperbound volume pp. 445 with critical commentary)Piano vocal score available – CP 133893TancrediEdited by Philip GossettThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-XLIX, 1-282/283-818 critical commentary pp. 299GR 04Study score available – PR 1397 (two paperbound volumes pp. 282 283-901 with critical commentary)Piano vocal score available – CP 132572Torvaldo e DorliskaEdited by Francesco Paolo RussoThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-L, 1-449/451-752 critical commentary pp. 207GR 34Il Turco in ItaliaEdited by Margaret BentThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LIII, 1-534/535-1040 critical commentary pp. 259GR 07Piano vocal score available – CP 132838Il viaggio a Reims ossia L’albergo del Giglio d’oroEdited by Janet JohnsonThree-volume set: two volumes score pp. I-LXXIV, 1-444/445-942 critical commentary pp. 220GR 23Piano vocal score available – CP 133821ZelmiraEdited by Kathleen K. HansellFour-volume set: three volumes score pp. I-LXII, 1-678/679-1141/(banda) I-XV, 1-107 critical commentary pp. 185GR 29d 18 c

second Part: incidental music and cantatasEdipo ColoneoEdited by Lorenzo Tozzi, Piero WeissOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXIII, 1-175GR 05Le nozze di Teti, e di PeleoEdited by Guido Johannes JoergOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XLI, 1-390GR 12Tre cantate napoletaneEdited by Ilaria Narici, Marco Beghelli, Stefano CastelvecchiOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. LI, 1-305GR 22La riconoscenza e Il vero omaggioEdited by Patricia B. BraunerTwo-volume set: one volume score pp. I-LXVIII, 1-576 critical commentary pp. 180GR 27Cantata in onore del Sommo Pontefice Pio NonoEdited by Mauro BucarelliOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XLI, 1-415GR 17sixth Part: instrumental musicSinfonie giovaniliEdited by Paolo FabbriOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXXVIII, 1-180GR 20seVenth Part: Péchés de vieillesseAlbum français. Morceaux réservésEdited by Rossana DalmonteOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XL, 1-404GR 08Album italiano. Musique anodineEdited by Marvin TartakOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XL, 1-314GR 15Quelques riens pour albumEdited by Marvin TartakOne-volume set: score critical commentary pp. I-XXI, 1-223GR 03d 19 c

GiusePPe VerdiThe Works of Giuseppe Verdi in critical edition A joint publication of The University of Chicago Pressand Casa RicordiGeneral editor: Philip GossettContemporary performing materials of Verdi’s works were often realizedunder pressing deadlines in order to have a functional text rapidlyready for performance. Thus they were conditioned by an empiricalpublishing technique which corresponded to then-current expectationsof theaters and groups which produced and circulated Verdi’s works. Yeteven the scores printed in the early 20th century often reproduced anaccumulation of arbitrary additions and revisions.Considering these editions to be absolutely insufficient to meet presentday demand for accuracy in matters of musical philology and performingpractice, Casa Ricordi, in joint publication with The University ofChicago Press, has undertaken to publish the works in critical edition,making use of all the available sources, from autographs to sketches,from early manuscript copies to the various editions produced duringVerdi’s lifetime, and contemporary orchestral parts. Full score: hardbound volumes, 26,5 x 36,7 cm[Historical Introduction in Italian and English] Critical commentary: hardbound volumes, 17 x 24 cm[Critical Commentary in English or Italian] Piano/Vocal score based on the Critical Edition: paperbound,20 x 27 cm[Historical Introduction and Critical Commentary in Italian and English]MGB Hal Leonard distribution and sales of hardbound Verdi Critical Editions Volumesis limited to the territory of Europe, excluding the UK and Ireland. In all other countries(including the UK and Ireland), hardbound Verdi Critical Editions Volumes are distributedby University of Chicago Press.d 20 c

Plan of the critical editionsseries i – operas1. Oberto Conte di San Bonifacio2. Un giorno di regno3. Nabucodonosor4. I Lombardi alla prima crociata5. Ernani6. I due Foscari7. Giovanna d’Arco8. Alzira9. Attila10. Macbeth11. I masnadieri12. Jérusalem13. Il corsaro14. La battaglia di Legnano15. Luisa Miller16. Stiffelio17. Rigoletto18A. Il tr

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