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Edited by Benoit Dratwicki, Julien Dubruque & Sylvie Bouissou. For soprano & mezzo-soprano. Like Volume 1, Volume 2 contains the lyric soprano parts for the main characters. Vocal solo
Edited by Benoit Dratwicki, Julien Dubruque & Sylvie Bouissou. This volume contains the second half of the great monologues, arias and ariettas that Rameau wrote for haute contre, and which are sung
For baritone & piano. This edition contains the great monologues, arias and ariettas that Rameau wrote for basse-taille (the 18th-century equivalent of today's baritone). The volume, which contains a
Pasatieri's 18 minute monodrama draws its text from the monologues of Shakespeare's Macbeth. Heartfelt, dramatic, and at times artfully atonal, Pasatieri brings the words of Shakespeare
Edited by Sylvie Bouissou, Benoit Dratwicki and Julien Dubruque. For soprano. This volume includes selections from: Nais, La Naissance d'Osiris, Les Paladins, Platee, La Princesse de Navarre, les Surprises
The Bride of the Moor is a monodrama for soprano and piano by Thomas Pastieri, celebrated composer of many operas that have become standard repertoire. Following The Daughter of
Although these arias are sung by the character Alyce, in the production they represent the younger and older versions of herself and are played by two different singers. Young Alyce sings My Darling
Young Thompson was captured as a POW in the Vietnam War. Now, as Old Thompson, he sings the Catalogue Aria after receiving a letter from Richard Nixon which warns that he might find some
Following his recent series of monodramas setting Shakespeare's scenes and soliloquys, Thomas Pasatieri continues with Antony and Cleopatra. Scored for soprano, baritone and piano, the
The third volume of Rameau's Operatic Arias for Soprano includes "light roles" from prologues and divertissements, intended to be sung by light lyric sopranos and coloratura sopranos. This volume
A 15 minute monodrama constructed from Juliet's well-known soliloquys from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, beginning with the famous balcony scene. The piece follows Juliet from her
Edited by Sylvie Bouissou, Benoit Dratwicki and Julien Dubruque. For soprano. This volume includes selections from: Acante et Cephise; Anacreon; Castor et Pollux; Dardanus; Les Fetes de l'Hymen et de
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