Rigoletto (Verdi, Giuseppe)
La donna è mobile (Act III, No.17)
Clarinet 1 (A, B♭, C) with banda part shown (C, E♭)
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banda part constructed based on two staff notation in original score. E♭ clarinet used only in banda parts
Russian / Italian
Moscow: Muzgiz, (ca.1925). Plate M. 971 Г.
Reissue - 1955.
300dpi high quality. Author of Russian text not credited. Possibly a modified reprint of an earlier Gutheil or Jurgenson score.
New York: G. Schirmer, 1913.
English translation by Sigmund Spaeth (1885-1965) removed to avoid conflict with Canadian copyright laws. Original publication had a different English translation
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Violin and Orchestra or Piano (Melchiori)
Antonio Melchiori (1827–1897)
Milano: Ricordi. n.d.(ca.1853). Plates 25079–25082
This arrangement replace vocal parts.It can be played with a standard orchestral acompaniment parts or a normal piano reduction acompaniment part
For 2 Violins (Melchiori)
For Cornet and Piano (Arban)
For Piano solo (Arban)
For Piano solo (Cramer)
For Piano solo (Diabelli)
For Piano solo (Godowsky)
For Piano solo (Liszt)
For Piano solo (Oury)
La donna e mobile (Act III, No.17)
For Harp (Aptommas)
Thomas Aptommas (1829-1913)
New York: J. F. Browne, 1855.
For Piano solo (Brunner)
For Piano solo (Gobbaerts)
Louis Gobbaerts (1835-1886), as Louis Streabbog
Original front page: Kjøbenhavn, Nordisk Musik-Forlag, n.d. Plate K.H.M. 1135
For Piano solo (Iglizky)
For Piano solo (Wallace)
Quartet: 'Bella figlia dell'amore' (Act III, No.18)
For Piano solo (Krüger)
For Piano Solo (Wallace)
William Vincent Wallace (1812–1865)
New York: William Hall & Son, 1855. Plate 3264.
D♭ major. Somewhere between a note-for-note transcription and a fantasia, closer to a paraphrase? "Transcrite pour le piano". 4 minutes 30 seconds in Tuck's recording of some of Wallace's opera fantasies and paraphrases for Naxos.
For Piano solo
|Alternative Title||Melodramma in tre atti|
|First Performance||1851-03-11 in Venice, Teatro La Fenice.|
|Librettist||Francesco Maria Piave (1810–1876)
|Instrumentation||Voices, Chorus and Orchestra
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
|Operas by Giuseppe Verdi|