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The Operas of Verdi: Volume 3: From Don Carlos to Falstaff (Revised ed)

By: Budden, Julian

Part of the Clarendon Paperbacks series
0198162634 / 9780198162636
Paperback / softback
782.1092
09/07/1992
Stock expected by 20/12/2019
United Kingdom
155 x 233 mm, 761 grams 550 pages, numerous music examples
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This is the third volume of Julian Budden's monumental three-volume survey of the operas of Verdi. Hailed on publication for its extraordinary comprehensibility, the set has become the classic reference work on its subject. For this new edition the author has made a host of corrections throughout, and updated the text in the light of recent scholarship. Volume 3 covers roughly a quarter of a century, a period which saw grand opera on the Parisian model established throughout Italy, the reform of the Conservatories, and the spread of cosmopolitan influences to an extent that convinced many that Italian music was losing its identity.

Verdi produced his four last and greatest operas - Don Carlos, Aida, Otello, and Falstaff - in this period, which ended with the advent of `verisimo', in which a new, recognizablyItalian idiom was inaugurated. This volume also includes a new and substantial bibliography by Roger Parker.

BIC:

AVGC9 Opera

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