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Mosaico Sopra "La Traviata" di Verdi - OB/PN

Composer: Gariboldi, Giuseppe

Publisher: Phylloscopus Publications (England)

Edition: 65447


Mosaico Sopra "La Traviata" di Verdi
for oboe and piano
by Giuseppe Gariboldi (1833-1905) -Italian-born composer, conductor, and flautist


First published in 1866, this work opens with the orchestral prelude to the opera presented by the piano alone. The oboe introduces the theme, first presented by the strings in the orchestral version, which later in the opera, becomes Violetta's aria Amami, Alfredo. After a cadenza, there is an interpolated section, composed by Gariboldi. This is the only section of the work that is not derived from the opera. It is followed by Alfredo and Violetta's duet, Parigi, o cara and a variation thereof. The work closes with Violetta's Sempre libera and a coda. Edited by Michelle Fiala.