Passa la Ronda!, Op.20 (Bossi, Renzo)

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Sheet Music

Vocal Scores

Icon US-flag.png Complete Score PDF file, Scanned by US-R   
65 pages, 15.04 MB Uploader: Schissel (8 May 2014)   
Icon US-flag.png Color Cover PDF file, Scanned by US-R   
1 pages, 1.27 MB Uploader: Schissel (8 May 2014)   

Wilhelm Weber (1859–1918), German text



Publisher Info.:

London: J. & W. Chester, Ltd., 1920. Plate J. W. C. 9711.


This file is public domain in the USA only!
It is not PD in Canada, the EU or elsewhere.

Misc. Notes:

This file is part of the Sibley Mirroring Project. "Riduzione poetica di L.Orsini" probably refers to the text (as reduced poetically from Francheville's original???) but perhaps might refer to the piano reduction? Unclear. Orsini is referred to as the arranger (arrangiatore) in the entry for this vocal score in the SBN library catalog.


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General Information

Work Title Passa la Ronda!
Alternative. Title Dramma in un atto / Le chemin de Ronde / Ronde Vorbei!
Composer Bossi, Renzo
Opus/Catalogue NumberOp./Cat. No. Op.20
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 1 act
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1913
First Performance. 1919-3-3, Milano, Teatro Lirico
First Publication. 1920
Librettist Luigi Orsini (1873–1954) after a text by R. Francheville (Robert?) (fl.1912?)
Language Italian
Dedication Umberto Giordano
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Voices, chorus, orchestra

Misc. Comments

Described as a Dramma lirica on