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Milan: G. Ricordi, 1919. Plate 117711.
Minola: Dover Publications, 1996.
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According to Worldcat, the full orchestra/vocal/chorus score of Suor Angelica was not printed until 1927 (that of Il Tabarro came out in 1918, I think.) (yes, I know this citation of a reprint of the same score says 1980, c 1918).) - Schissel
- Schickling's catalog trumps Worldcat, which is very much GIGO (Garbage in - Garbage out). The Full score was first issued in 1919, Plate 117711. It's also reprinted an presently on sale from Kalmus (along with the parts).