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Gioachino Rossini: Opera Melodies (Arranged for 2 flageolets/recorders in C)

Opera Melodies (Arranged for 2 flageolets/recorders in C). Rossini, Gioachino

Opera Melodies (Arranged for 2 flageolets/recorders in C)


Gioachino Rossini  (1792 - 1868)

Arranged by

Müller - Busch, Franz


2 recorders

Publisher Girolamo Musikverlag
Available to order This item is not in stock for the moment. Usually leaves our warehouse within five to nine business days. SKU: 96605

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The different pieces originate from the following works:

  • No. 1 - La gazza ladra (The Thieving Magpie), 1817 Introduction to the 1st Act (orchestra) with subsequent chorus Oh che giorno fortunato and Pippo's entrance
  • No. 2 - Otello (Othello), 1816 1st Act, duet Desdemona - Emilia Vorrei che il tuo pensiero
  • No. 3 - Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), 1816 1st Act, Count Almaviva's cavatina Ecco ridente in cielo
  • No. 4 - La gazza ladra 1st Act, Ninetta's aria Di piacer mi balza il cor
  • No. 5 - Marche Triomphale d'Otello (Triumphal March from Othello) Instrumental piece from the end of the introduction to the 1st Act
  • No. 6 - L'italiana in Algeri (The Italian Girl in Algiers), 1813 1st Act, duet Lindoro - Mustafà Se inclinassi a prender moglie
  • No. 7 - Tancredi, 1813 Finale to the 2nd Act, tutti Fra quei soavi palpiti
  • No. 8 - Il barbiere di Siviglia 1st Act, Rosina's aria Io sono docile
(ISMN 9790500840695)