Aida in Full Score

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Courier Corporation, 1913 - Music - 437 pages
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"Aida" is one of Verdi's greatest gifts to grand opera. It magnificently combines high drama, stage spectacle and a musical score that is one of the glories of operatic writing. A great success from its first performance over a century ago, it continues to dominate the repertory of opera houses around the world, among them the Metropolitan Opera in New York, which has staged "Aida" more than any other opera in its long history.

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An Italian composer of the Romantic era, Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901) wrote operas that remain standards of the repertoire more than a century after his death. His most popular works include Rigoletto, La Traviata, and Aida.

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