Vocal Music

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Vocal Music


Greenwald, Helen M., Notes


An Anthology of French Operatic Arias for Soprano: 19th Century Repertoire. Selected and edited by Roger Nichols; complete with translations and guidance on pronunciation. London: Edition Peters, c2000. [Pref. in Eng., Ger., p. iv-v; aria texts in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. vi-xv; vocal scores, p. 1-125; list of sources and crit. remarks, p. 127. ISMN M-57708-289-9; EP 7552. $24.95.] Note: cover title used in heading; title page has French Operatic Arias for Soprano. Contains arias by Daniel Auber, Hector Berlioz, Georges Bizet, Leo Delibes, Charles Gounod, Edouard Lalo, Jules Massenet, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Jacques Offenbach, Gioachino Rossini, Ambroise Thomas, and Giuseppe Verdi.

An Anthology of French Operatic Arias for Mezzo-Soprano: 19th Century Repertoire. Selected and edited by Roger Nichols; complete with translations and guidance on pronunciation. London: Edition Peters, c2000. [Pref. in Eng., Ger., p. iv-v; aria texts in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. vi-xvii; vocal scores, p. 1-126; list of sources and crit. remarks, p. 127. ISMN M-57708-290-5; EP 7553. $24.95.] Note: cover title used in heading; title page has French Operatic Arias for Mezzo-Soprano. Contains arias by Hector Berlioz, Georges Bizet, Emmanuel Chabrier, Gaetano Donizetti, Charles Gounod, Jules Massenet, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Camille Saint-Saens, Ambroise Thomas, and Giuseppe Verdi.

An Anthology of French Operatic Arias for Tenor: 19th Century Repertoire. Selected and edited by Roger Nichols; complete with translations and guidance on pronunciation. London: Edition Peters, c2000. [Pref. in Eng., Ger., p. iv-v; aria texts in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. vi-xvii; vocal scores, p. 1-129; list of sources and crit. remarks, p. 130. ISMN M-57708-291-2; EP 7554. $24.95.] Note: cover title used in heading; title page has French Operatic Arias for Tenor. Contains arias by Daniel Auber, Hector Berlioz, Georges Bizet, Adrien Boieldieu, Leo Delibes, Gaetano Donizetti, Charles Gounod, Fromental Halevy, Edouard Lalo, Jules Massenet, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Ernest Reyer, Gioachino Rossini, Ambroise Thomas, and Giuseppe Verdi.

An Anthology of French Operatic Arias for Baritone: 19th Century Repertoire. Selected and edited by Roger Nichols; complete with translations and guidance on pronunciation. London: Edition Peters, c2001. [Pref. in Eng., Ger., p. iv-v; aria texts in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. vi-xvii; vocal scores, p. 1-114; list of sources and crit. remarks, p. 117. ISMN M-57708-354-4; ISBN 1-901507-19-X; EP 7555. $24.95.] Note: cover title used in heading; title page has French Operatic Arias for Baritone. Contains arias by Hector Berlioz, Georges Bizet, Emmanuel Chabrier, Leo Delibes, Charles Gounod, Jules Massenet, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Jacques Offenbach, Gioachino Rossini, Camille Saint-Saens, Ambroise Thomas, and Giuseppe Verdi.

An Anthology of French Operatic Arias for Bass: 19th Century Repertoire. Selected and edited by Roger Nichols; complete with translations and guidance on pronunciation. London: Edition Peters, c2001. [Pref. in Eng., Ger., p. iv-v; aria texts in Eng., Fr., Ger., p. vi-xvii; vocal scores, p. 1-114; list of sources and crit. remarks, p. 115. ISMN M-57708-371-1; ISBN 1-901507-41-6; EP 7556. $24.95.] Note: cover title used in heading; title page has French Operatic Arias for Bass. Contains arias by Hector Berlioz, Georges Bizet, Claude Debussy, Charles Gounod, Victor Masse, Jules Massenet, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Camille Saint-Saens, Ambroise Thomas, and Giuseppe Verdi.

In their article on France in the New Grove Dictionary of Opera (London: Macmillan, 1992), David Charlton and Richard Langham Smith make the important point that even in the face of foreign infiltration from waves of works by composers such as Cavalli, Gluck, and most forcefully Wagner, "French opera had enough strengths of its own to resist an all-out invasion" (2:274). Roger Nichols's new editions of French operatic arias for soprano, mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, and bass voice elucidate with grace, good humor, clarity, and practicality those features that were to resist such formidable would-be takeovers. …

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