I masnadieri (Verdi, Giuseppe)

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 Violoncello solo
#305768 - 0.31MB, 2 pp. -  10.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (1) - V/V/V - 278x

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IgorCello (2013/12/5)

PMLP60867-165716244-I-Masnadieri-Giuseppe-Verdi-Cello-solo-part-pdf.pdf
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Milan: Ricordi, n.d.

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 Complete Score
#27745 - 14.49MB, 215 pp. -  6.5/10 2 4 6 8 10 (10) - V/V/V - 5903x

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operalala (2009/2/2)

PMLP60867-I Masnadieri.pdf
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Italian

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Milan: G. Ricordi, n.d.[1889]. Plate 53702.

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Massenetique (2011/9/4)

PMLP60867-Verdi - I masnadieri FrVS UNC.pdf
Language:

French

Translator:

Jules Ruelle (1834-1892), French text

Publisher Info.:

Paris: Léon Escudier, n.d.(ca.1870). Plate L.E. 3101.

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Paris: Choudens Père et Fils, n.d.(1882-88).

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General Information

Work Title I masnadieri
Alternative Title Melodramma in quattro atti
Composer Verdi, Giuseppe
Movements/Sections 4 acts
  • Atto I
  • Atto II
  • Atto III
  • Atto IV
Year/Date of Composition 1847
First Performance 1847-07-22 in London, Her Majesty's Theatre
First Publication 1847
Librettist Andrea Maffei (1798–1885)
after Die Räuber by Friedrich Schiller.
Language Italian
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Voices, Chorus and Orchestra
External Links Wikipedia article
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Synopsis (English)
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Misc. Comments

Roles

  • Massimiliano, Conte di Moor (basso)
  • Carlo, figlo di lui (tenore)
  • Francesco, figlo di lui (baritono)
  • Amalia, orfana, nipote del Conte (soprano)
  • Arminio, camerlengo della famiglia reggente (tenore)
  • Moser, pastore (basso)
  • Rolla, compagno di Carlo Moor (tenore)
  • Coro: Coro di giovani traviati, poi Masnadieri, Donne, Fanciulli, Servi



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