The New Grove Guide to Verdi and His Operas

The New Grove Guide to Verdi and His Operas

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Each entry in the New Grove Guides series of composers and their operas is based on articles in The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, that feature information on the lives of individual composers, their works, their librettists and interpreters, and the places where they performed. These unique books compile the meticulously researched articles into organized narratives, designed to make finding information as easy as possible without sacrificing readability. Each volume is completely up-to-date, and includes a suggested listening guide and an eight-page glossy insert containing relevant illustrations. Each volume is a must-own for lovers of opera and classical music. Giuseppe Verdi is the most famous Italian composer of opera. While he was sometimes criticized for writing music considered too "simple," his works have endured, and are still performed throughout the world today. This concise volume is a handy guide to the Verdi's life and operas, revising the original New Grove articles and adding a new introduction, a new section on modern Verdi productions, and an updated more

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  • Hardback | 270 pages
  • 139.7 x 205.7 x 25.4mm | 362.88g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 8pp b/w insert
  • 0195313135
  • 9780195313130

About Roger Parker

Roger Parker is Professor of Music at Cambridge. He is co-editor of The Donizetti Critical Edition and writes widely on Italian opera. His latest book is Remaking the Song, which appeared recently from University of California more