Don Carlo: Giuseppe Verdi: Opera in Four Acts: Ed. 2712 (G. Schirmer Opera Score Editions, 2712)

Published by G. Schirmer Inc., 1963
Condition: Fair Soft cover
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B000TD82NA Spine leaning. Text free of highlighting and writing. Song List: Dio, che nell' alma (Verdi) Dormiro Sol Nel Manto (Verdi) Io La Vidi (Verdi) Io morro ma lieto (Verdi) Nei giardin del bello (Verdi) Non pianger, mia compagna (Verdi) O Don Fatale (Verdi) O mia Regina (Verdi) Per Me Giunto (Don Carlo) Verdi Per Me Giunto (Verdi) S'ancor si piange (Verdi) Tu Che Le Vanita (Verdi) Cast List: PHILIP II, King of Spain: Bass DON CARLO, Crown Prince of Spain: Tenor RODRIGO, Marquis of Posa: Baritone THE GRAND INQUISITOR: Bass THE COUNT OF LERMA: Tenor A FRIAR: Bass ELIZABETH OF VALOIS, Daughter of Henry II, King of France: Soprano THE PRINCESS OF EBOLI: Mezzo-Soprano TEBALDO, Elizabeth's Page: Soprano THE COUNTESS OF AREMBERG: Mute A ROYAL HERALD: Tenor A CELESTIAL VOICE: Soprano A FORESTER: Bass French Woodsmen and Huntsmen, Flemish Deputies, Inquisitors, Gentlemen and Ladies of the Court of Spain, Pages, Guards of Philip II, Friars, Members of the Holy Office, Soldiers, Magistrates, Deputies from the Colonies of the Spanish Empire, etc. Synopsis: Based on Schiller's dramatic play, this is a tale of three generations of Spanish royalty. Don Carlos, Infante of Spain, is in love with the French princess Elisabeth de Valois. But to promote peace between Spain and France, Elisabeth is forced to marry King Philip, Don Carlos's father. Don Carlos confides in his friend Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa, who suggests that he leave Spain to go to Flanders. Suspecting his son and his wife have consummated their feelings for one another, Philip orders Rodrigo to observe them. Torn between his feelings for his son and his duty to the church, Philip eventually hands his son over to the Inquisition; but before Carlos is taken away, the ghost of his grandfather, Emperor Charles V, appears and leads him to safety. 299 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 057907

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Title: Don Carlo: Giuseppe Verdi: Opera in Four ...

Publisher: G. Schirmer Inc.

Publication Date: 1963

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Fair

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