G. Zanibon



Zanibon was founded in Padua in 1908 by Guglielmo Zanibon (1878-1966). It moved to Milan in 1992 and is currently incorporated as part of the Ricordi Group. According to the firm's website, its name is trademarked by the company Armelin Musica of Padua.

Zanibon is still active and by now has published over 7000 items.


  • Luigi Boccherini: Edizione critica delle opere (1977-)

Plate Numbers

Plate Composer Work Year
G. 85 Z. Bottazzo 8 Pezzi facili, Op.203 1912
G. 91-2 Z. Ravanello 2 Pezzi per Orchestra d'Archi, Op.11
G. 186 Z. Cuccoli Metodo elementare per violoncello (Book 1) 1914
G. 428 Z. Ravanello Missa facilissima XXII 1913
G. 1330 Z. Ravanello Scene al Presepio, Op.129 1935
G. 1600 Z. Drigo Serenatina veneziana all'antica
G. 1768 Z. Ravanello Antiche canzoni di Natale
G. 1770 Z. Ravanello Mystica, Op.133
G. 3230 Z. Servais 6 Caprices, Op.11 1938?
G. 3231 Z. Ravanello Messa Solenne in B minor (score) 1937
G. 3728-9 Z. Locatelli Concerto grosso in D major, Op.1 No.9 (sc&pts, arr. Bonelli) 1948
G. 3790 Z. Various Collection of organ works (ed. Bonelli)
G. 4031 Z. Cambini String Quartet, Op.40 No.3 (T.159) 1953
G. 4153-54 Z. Pedrollo Concertino for Oboe and Strings (score & pts) 1957
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Sources Consulted

  • 1. Music Encyclopedia
Operas.com.ar, accessed 10 August 2011.

External Links

Authority control

  • VIAF (Edizioni G. Zanibon)