Prelude (To Act I of La Traviata). Composed by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Arranged by Jack Bullock. Orchestra. For orchestra (2 - flute, 2 - oboe, 1 - 1st clarinet, 1 - 2nd clarinet, 2 - bassoon, 4 - horn in F, 1 - 1st trumpet, 1 - 2nd trumpet, 3 - trombone, 1 - tuba, 1 - timpani, 8 - 1st violin, 8 - 2nd violin, 5 - 3rd violin/viola (treble clef), 5 - viola, 5 - cello. Full Orchestra; Masterworks. Belwin Orchestra Intermediate Level. Form: Prelude. Classical Period and Opera. Grade 3. Conductor's score and set of performance parts. Performance notes and program notes. 110 pages. Duration 3m. Published by Belwin Music (AP.25021).
With performance notes and program notes. Classical Period and Opera. 9x12 inches.
La Traviata, an opera in three acts written by the Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901), has become a favorite of opera lovers the world over. It contains some of the most beautiful of Verdi's melodies and begins with a short orchestra prelude. A worthy addition to any orchestra program, this arrangement for intermediate orchestra can be performed by String Orchestra alone or with the addition of any instrument up to full orchestra.