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Books published by ABAO-OLBE

 

Vive Verdi. Year of publication: 2007.
Authors: Pierluigi Petrobelli, Santiago Salaverri, Javier Viar, Fernando Fraga.
Vive Verdi 2006. Year of publication: 2007. ISBN: 978-84-9830-110-6.
Authors: Javier Elzo, José Antonio Campos, Gerard Mortier, Pierluigi Petrobelli, Federico Mayor Zaragoza, Carlos Castilla del Pino.
¡Salid! ¡Sombras serenas! El aspecto visual del espectáculo verdiano.
Year of publication: 2007. ISBN 88-85065-27-9.
Authors: Pierluigi Petrobelli,Marisa di Gregorio Casati, Olga Jesurum, Jolanda Nigro Covre.
Por amor a Verdi. Year of publication: 2008. ISBN: 88-7898-026-9.
Authors: Marco Marica, Olga Jesurum, Marisa di Gregorio Casati.
Stride la Vampa. Year of publication: 2009. ISBN: 978-84-612-8374-3.
Authors: Manuel Montero, Juan Angel Vela del Campo, José Luis Téllez.
Verdi, de puño y letra. Year of publication: 2013. ISBN: 978-84-616-4548-0.
Authors: Pierluigi Petrobelli, Giuseppe Martini, Dinko Fabris.




CD and DVD

 

CD Vive Verdi. 2006. A selection of audio recorded live at the Albia Coliseum in Bilbao between 1956 and 1981.
DVD Oberto Conte di San Bonifazio (G. Verdi). 2007.
Music Director
: Yves Abel. Stage Director: Ignacio García.
Bilbao Operatic Choir. Symphony Orchestra of the Principality of Asturias.
Cast: Ildar Abdrazakov, Evelyn Herlitzius, Carlo Ventre, Marianne Cornetti, Nuria Lorenzo.
DVD Rigoletto (G. Verdi). 2012. Grabación de la representación de octubre 2012.
Music Director: Miguel Ángel Gómez Martínez. Stage Director: Emilio Sagi.
Symphony Orchestra of Euskadi. Bilbao Operatic Choir.
Cast: Leo Nucci, Elena Mosuc, Ismael Jordi, Felipe Bou, María José Montiel.
CD Voces míticas verdianas. Year of publication: 2014. In collaboration with Miguel Lerín, one of the lyrical universe's great experts on vocal technique, this double CD provides very thorough coverage of the legendary great voices that have sung Verdian opera, through historical recordings. Leontyne Price, Maria Callas, Renata Tebaldi, Plácido Domingo... plus up to 39 great figures over the period from 1903 to 1978.