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Violin II part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
Viola part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
Violin I part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
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Luisa Miller - String Quartet

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"Luisa Miller" ouverture  di Giuseppe Verdi Trascrizione per Quartetto d'Archi, di livello intermedio, a cura di Enrico Zullino. Partitura: Violino I, Violino II, Viola, Violoncello. Parti staccate disponibili nella collana.
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"Luisa Miller" overture - by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcription for string quartet by Enrico Zullino -  intermediate level. Key C / dur. 6 (+-) Score: Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello.
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  • Luisa Miller is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on the play Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love) by the German dramatist Friedrich von Schiller. Verdi's initial idea for a new opera – for which he had a contract going back over several years – was rejected by the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He attempted to negotiate his way out of this obligation and, when that failed, Cammarano came up with the idea of adapting the Schiller play, with which Verdi was familiar. The process was set in motion, with Verdi still living and working on initial ideas from Paris, where he had been living for almost two years before moving back to his home town of Busseto in the summer of 1849. It was from there that he wrote the music and traveled to Naples for rehearsals. The first performance was given on 8 December 1849. This was Verdi's 15th opera and it is regarded as the beginning of the composer's "middle period".
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Violin II part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
Viola part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
Violin I part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture

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  • Violin I part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Violin I part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Violin I part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture

    Parte di Violino I / "Luisa Miller" ouverture dall'opera di Giuseppe Verdi. Trascrizione per Quartetto d'Archi (Violino I, Violino II, Viola, Violoncello) a cura di Enrico Zullino. Livello medio/avanzato - tonalità Do - durata 6.00 (+-) Parti e partitura nella collana. ___________________________________ Violin I part of "Luisa Miller" overture by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcription by Enrico Zullino for string quartet ( Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello). advanced/Intermediate level - key C - duration 6.00 (+-). Parts and score in series. Luisa Miller is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on the play Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love) by the German dramatist Friedrich von Schiller. Verdi's initial idea for a new opera – for which he had a contract going back over several years – was rejected by the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He attempted to negotiate his way out of this obligation and, when that failed, Cammarano came up with the idea of adapting the Schiller play, with which Verdi was familiar. The process was set in motion, with Verdi still living and working on initial ideas from Paris, where he had been living for almost two years before moving back to his home town of Busseto in the summer of 1849. It was from there that he wrote the music and traveled to Naples for rehearsals. The first performance was given on 8 December 1849. This was Verdi's 15th opera and it is regarded as the beginning of the composer's "middle period".

  • Violin II part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Violin II part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Violin II part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture

    Parte di Violino II / "Luisa Miller" ouverture dall'opera di Giuseppe Verdi. Trascrizione per Quartetto d'Archi (Violino I, Violino II, Viola, Violoncello) a cura di Enrico Zullino. Livello medio/avanzato - tonalità Do - durata 6.00 (+-) Parti e partitura nella collana. ___________________________________ Violin II part of "Luisa Miller" overture by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcription by Enrico Zullino for string quartet ( Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello). advanced/Intermediate level - key C - duration 6.00 (+-). Parts and score in series. Luisa Miller is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on the play Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love) by the German dramatist Friedrich von Schiller. Verdi's initial idea for a new opera – for which he had a contract going back over several years – was rejected by the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He attempted to negotiate his way out of this obligation and, when that failed, Cammarano came up with the idea of adapting the Schiller play, with which Verdi was familiar. The process was set in motion, with Verdi still living and working on initial ideas from Paris, where he had been living for almost two years before moving back to his home town of Busseto in the summer of 1849. It was from there that he wrote the music and traveled to Naples for rehearsals. The first performance was given on 8 December 1849. This was Verdi's 15th opera and it is regarded as the beginning of the composer's "middle period".

  • Viola part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Viola part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Viola part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture

    Parte di Viola / "Luisa Miller" ouverture dall'opera di Giuseppe Verdi. Trascrizione per Quartetto d'Archi (Violino I, Violino II, Viola, Violoncello) a cura di Enrico Zullino. Livello medio/avanzato - tonalità Do - durata 6.00 (+-) (Parti e partitura nella collana). ___________________________________ Viola part of "Luisa Miller" overture by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcription by Enrico Zullino for string quartet ( Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello). advanced/Intermediate level - key C - duration 6.00 (+-). (parts and score in series). Luisa Miller is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on the play Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love) by the German dramatist Friedrich von Schiller. Verdi's initial idea for a new opera – for which he had a contract going back over several years – was rejected by the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He attempted to negotiate his way out of this obligation and, when that failed, Cammarano came up with the idea of adapting the Schiller play, with which Verdi was familiar. The process was set in motion, with Verdi still living and working on initial ideas from Paris, where he had been living for almost two years before moving back to his home town of Busseto in the summer of 1849. It was from there that he wrote the music and traveled to Naples for rehearsals. The first performance was given on 8 December 1849. This was Verdi's 15th opera and it is regarded as the beginning of the composer's "middle period".

  • Cello part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Cello part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Cello part of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture

    Parte di Violoncello / "Luisa Miller" ouverture dall'opera di Giuseppe Verdi. Trascrizione per Quartetto d'Archi (Violino I, Violino II, Viola, Violoncello) a cura di Enrico Zullino. Livello medio/avanzato - tonalità Do - durata 6.00 (+-) (Parti e partitura nella collana). ___________________________________ Cello part of "Luisa Miller" overture by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcription by Enrico Zullino for string quartet ( Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello). advanced/Intermediate level - key C - duration 6.00 (+-). (parts and score in series). Luisa Miller is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on the play Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love) by the German dramatist Friedrich von Schiller. Verdi's initial idea for a new opera – for which he had a contract going back over several years – was rejected by the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He attempted to negotiate his way out of this obligation and, when that failed, Cammarano came up with the idea of adapting the Schiller play, with which Verdi was familiar. The process was set in motion, with Verdi still living and working on initial ideas from Paris, where he had been living for almost two years before moving back to his home town of Busseto in the summer of 1849. It was from there that he wrote the music and traveled to Naples for rehearsals. The first performance was given on 8 December 1849. This was Verdi's 15th opera and it is regarded as the beginning of the composer's "middle period".

  • Score of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Score of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture
    Score of "Luisa Miller" for string quartet: Overture

    "Luisa Miller" ouverture  di Giuseppe Verdi Trascrizione per Quartetto d'Archi, di livello intermedio, a cura di Enrico Zullino. Partitura: Violino I, Violino II, Viola, Violoncello. Parti staccate disponibili nella collana. ___________________________________ "Luisa Miller" overture - by Giuseppe Verdi. Transcription for string quartet by Enrico Zullino -  intermediate level. Key C / dur. 6 (+-) Score: Violin I, Violin II, Viola, Cello. Parts available in series. Luisa Miller is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on the play Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love) by the German dramatist Friedrich von Schiller. Verdi's initial idea for a new opera – for which he had a contract going back over several years – was rejected by the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. He attempted to negotiate his way out of this obligation and, when that failed, Cammarano came up with the idea of adapting the Schiller play, with which Verdi was familiar. The process was set in motion, with Verdi still living and working on initial ideas from Paris, where he had been living for almost two years before moving back to his home town of Busseto in the summer of 1849. It was from there that he wrote the music and traveled to Naples for rehearsals. The first performance was given on 8 December 1849. This was Verdi's 15th opera and it is regarded as the beginning of the composer's "middle period".

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