Series : Dover Vocal Scores
Primary composer/editor/arranger : Giacomo Puccini
First performed in 1896, La Bohème quickly developed into a staple of the operatic repertoire and has remained so to this day. From the warm, lyrical, flowing phrases of the love duet of Rodolfo and Mimi to the dissonance of Benoit's complaints about his wife, this popular work is widely regarded as Puccini's most nearly perfect opera. This attractive and inexpensive new edition of the vocal score contains the complete music for voice with a piano reduction of the orchestral part, making it ideal for study, rehearsal, and recital performance.
Publisher: Dover Publications