Tosca in Full Score (Dover Vocal Scores)

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9780486269375: Tosca in Full Score (Dover Vocal Scores)

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One of the most performed and recorded operas of all time, this intense drama revolves around lust, revenge, and betrayal. It is noted for its sumptuous musical scoring and two of opera's most famous arias, 'Vissi d'arte' and 'E lucevan le stelle.' Reprinted from the authoritative full-score edition published shortly after the opera's 1900 premiere. Lay-flat binding.

Reprint of the Italian, 1900 edition.

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When Giacomo Puccini saw Sarah Bernhardt in a production "of La Tosca "by French playwright Victorien Sardou, he knew immediately that its highly dramatic plot, turning on lust, revenge, and betrayal, was made for opera. When he heard that Verdi was interested in the play, his own interest in the property deepened. It was Puccini alone who ultimately brought the project to fruition and transformed Sardou's work into an operatic tour de force.
"Tosca, " with a libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, was first presented in Rome at the Teatro Costanzi in January 1900. Since then, audiences drawn by its intense drama (Puccini himself referred to it as a melodrama), sumptuous scoring, and two of opera's most famous arias "Tosca"'s "Vissi d'arte" and Cavaradossi's "E lucevan le stelle" have made "Tosca" one of the most performed and recorded operas of all time. This finely made edition is reprinted from the authoritative full-score edition printed shortly after the opera's premiere."

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In addition to "Tosca, " Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (1858 1924) created "La Boheme, Madama Butterfly, Turandot, " and other beloved operas. He was the most popular opera composer in the world at the time of his death, and his works remain standards of the repertoire."

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