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La Traviata [full score] by Giuseppe Verdi
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La Traviata [full score]

by Giuseppe Verdi

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This work page is for the full score of the opera. Please do not combine with the CD/tape/LP, DVD/video, libretto, vocal score, orchestral score or “catch-all” record. Thank you.
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0486263215, Paperback)

This is the complete orchestral and vocal score of Giuseppe Verdi's sentimental favorite, the story of Violetta, the self-sacrificing courtesan who sells her jewels to keep her younger lover living in bucolic bliss. Full scores are usually too bulky for workaday singers, who don't need the detail of their orchestral lines, but the student or opera fanatic who really wants to see what Verdi wrote for whom will find this the ideal companion for listening.

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One of Verdi's most popular operas, an exciting, deeply moving musical drama set in the intoxicating demi-monde of mid-19th century Paris, and long admired for the lyric beauty of its arias and ensembles and for the dramatic force and finesse of its orchestral scoring. Reprinted from the authoritative edition prepared by G. Ricordi, Milan.… (more)

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