Italian words, also printed separately as text with English translation. Edited from a ms. in the Diözesanbibliothek Münster by Cedric Lee, who notes that the present work is not listed in the New Grove dict. (2nd ed.), E. Hanley's Alessandro Scarlatti's cantate da camera, or G. Rostirolla's Catologo generale delle opere Alessandro Scarlatti. One of the two scores provided lacks continuo realization for keyboard ...
For 5 voices, unacc. Italian words; also printed as text with English translation (p. vi-viii). Cover title. The last two works are by Mariano Tantucci. Notes, performance suggestions, and editorial and critical commentary in English: p. i-v.
Italian libretto by Nicola Haym; libretto, in German translation, also printed as text. Includes facsim. of original libretto in English and Italian. Editorial and historical notes in English, with German translation; critical notes (p. 235-300) in English only.
Parts for canto, alto, tenore, and basso. Colophon title. Also contains madrigals by Roy, Ferabosco, and Ippolito Tartaglino. Reprint. Originally published: Napoli : Carlino, 1600. RISM B/I, 1600¹³ RISM A/I, L 0358 Lincoln, H.B. The Italian madrigal and related repertories
Italian words. First edition based on a manuscript from the Diözesanbibliothek Münster (shelfmark Sant. Hs. 864) "Urtext." Duration: ca. 5:45. Keyboard part includes unrealized figured bass. Pref. in English.
Primarily for soprano and basso continuo; includes 5 cantatas for alto and 1 cantata for bass. Italian words. Reproduced from the holographs in the British Library, London. Prefatory material in French with English and German translations.
Opera originally composed with piano accompaniment; edited from the complete autograph piano score (Bibliothèque nationale, Paris, MS 8378) and an autograph fragment of García's orchestration of the overture (Bibliothèque national, Paris, MS 13322). Libretto by Metastasio; also printed as text with English translation, p. xxix-xxxix. Critical report: p. 173-179. Includes bibliographical references.
Originally for voice and piano (cf. Hopkinson, Bibliography of the works of Giacomo Puccini). Italian words by Fausto Salvatori, also printed as text on p. . Pref. in Italian with English, French, and German translations.
Italian words. "Urtext." Edited from a manuscript (shelfmark Sant. Hs. 2358) preserved in the Diözesanbibliothek, Münster. Continuo not realized. Duration: ca. 10:00. Includes part for bass instrument. Pref. in English.