Vocal Scores, Libretti & Text Books
Kalmus Vocal Score. Special Order Item. Lead time 3-4 weeks.
Piano solo arrangements of 38 inspired selections from 9 Puccini operas, including La Bohème, Gianni Schicchi, Madama Butterfly, Tosca and Turandot Includes plot notes for each opera, information on its premiere, listings of librettists, pronunciation guides, and more. Published by Ricordi (Hal Leonard)
A Master Class with Evelyn Lear (Soprano, Metropolitan Opera, New York) Book with 2 CDs, including: the recorded masterclass, the sheet music to nine arias from popular operas, recordings of the piano accompaniments for practice, essays on interpretation, translations of sung texts and extensive coaching comments
Janácek’s intimate chamber-music drama about the passionate love of a simple farm boy for a beautiful gypsy girl is one of his great vocal masterpieces. Reduction for Voice(s) & Piano in Czech, English & German Barenreiter Urtext.
Giacomo Puccini, Manon Lescaut Full score, 27cm x 20cm Published by Ricordi (2002)
Vocal Score of the Gilbert & Sullivan Operetta (formerly published by Chappell).
W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, The Yeomen of the Guard The new, authoritative edition of this much-loved operetta. Presents the music, dialogue and stage directions as approved by Gilbert & Sullivan for its original run, replacing the unauthorised later versions available until now. Also includes previously-unpublished songs and alternative endings.
Opera Vocal Score based on the Barenreiter Urtext Full Score.
Barenreiter Vocal Score of the Three Act Viennese Version of 1762. Italian & German Text
Tragic Opera in Three Acts (Paris Version of 1776). Piano/Vocal Score. French Text above italicised German Text.
Operetta in Two Acts to a Libretto by Julius Brammer & Alfred Grunwald. Vocal Score in German Only. Octava Music, Australia
Lyric Drama (Opera) in Three Acts & Four Scenes. Piano Reduction / Vocal Score by Breitkopf & Härtel. French Text above German.
Chamber Opera in One Act. Vocal Score.
Opera, Vocal Score - Opera - Handel, George Frideric
Opera in 4 Acts. Italian text by the composer. Vocal Score. Premiered May 1st, 1924 (6 years after Boito's death)