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Das Rheingold, in Full Score
Das Rheingold, in Full Score.

Das Rheingold, in Full Score

  • ISBN: 978-0-486-24925-4
  • Código del editor: DP13152
  • Editorial: Dover Publications
  • Colección: Dover Orchestral Scores
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 23x31
  • Páginas: 330
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • código del editor: DP13152


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Richard Wagner (1813-1883): Das Rheingold = El oro del Rhin. Partitura general.

Das Rheingold, the first opera in Wagner's celebrated, four-part Ring Cycle, blends the powerful imagery of Norse and Teutonic mythology with glorious, robustly inventive music to produce a dramatic allegory of greed and lust for power.

Despite its popularity, however, Das Rheingold has long been difficult to find in complete score-until now. This handsome volume reproduces the full orchestral and vocal score in a clear engraving with large, legible notation for easy reading and study. This is the complete, authoritative B. Schott's Söhne edition with newly translated frontmatter, including Wagner's poetic tribute to his patron and benefactor, King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Virtually nowhere else will you locate this masterpiece in such an eminently usable format, at such a remarkably affordable price. Music lovers, opera buffs, musicologists-any admirer of Wagner-will welcome Dover's full, reliable edition of this magnificent music-drama in its entirety.
Unabridged Dover (1985) republication of the music from the edition published by B. Schott's Sóhne, Mainz, n.d. New Translation of German frontmatter. vüi + 328pp. 9 x 12. Paperbound.

"The Nibelung's Ring. A Festival Stage Play for Three Days and a Preliminary Evening.
Conceived as a token of trust in the German minf and spirit, anm completed for the glory of his lofty benefactor King Ludwig II of Bavaria"