Semiramide (Rossini, Gioacchino)
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Leipzig: Ernst Eulenburg, No.54, n.d. Plate E.E. 3752.
M. Lucien Mont du Taiguy, French text
Paris: Vve. Launer, n.d.(ca.1850). Plate Vve.L. 3639
Paris: E. Girod, n.d.
Joseph Méry (1798-1865), French text
Paris: Heugel, n.d.. Plate H.2649.
Color scan. Includes Newspaper clippings, pictures of performers from Paris productions of 1860 to the early 20th century.
Milano: G. Ricordi, n.d.(ca.1875). Plate 44107.
Italian / English
Charles Lamb Kenney (1821–1881), English text
London: Boosey & Co., n.d.(ca.1880).
Miami: Warner-Belwin, n.d.(after 1990). Kalmus Classic Series.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Violin and Viola (Dias)
Paris: Richault, n.d. Plate 15890.R.
The long rest at the beginning suggests that this might be with piano accompaniment. But a comparison with Beriot's or Franchomme's operatic "Souvenirs" shows that it is in a much simpler style.
For Violin, Cello and Piano
Paris: Lemoine, n.d. Plate 7180 P 573 H.
For Piano 4 Hands (Czerny)
For Piano 4 hands (Schultze)
For Piano solo (Planté)
For Piano solo (Unknown)
New York: S.T. Gordon & Son, n.d.(ca.1870). Plate 4287z14.
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Cavatina "Bel Raggio Lusinghier" (Act I, No.13)
For Piano solo (Herz)
|Alternative Title||Melodramma tragico in due atti|
|First Performance||1823-02-03 in Venice: La Fenice|
|First Publication||1823, Vienna|
|Librettist||Gaetano Rossi (1774–1855), after Voltaire (1684–1778)|
|Instrumentation||Voices, Chorus and Orchestra|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|
|Operas by Gioacchino Rossini|