Mayence: B. Schott [PN 6588], . Folio. 19th century black leather-backed marbled boards. 2ff., 109 pp. Engraved. Extensive annotations in both pencil and ink to front free endpaper.
From the collection of Hector Colard, with his small rectangular label to front pastedown.
Binding worn, rubbed and bumped; spine lacking. Minor to moderate foxing; small oval handstamp of Jules de Glimes, Bruxelles to foot of title.
Hirsch IV, 902. Published shortly after the revised edition issued by Troupenas in 1841-42.
"The revised Stabat mater was ready by the end of 1841. The first performance, arranged by the brothers Léon and Marie Escudier, was in Paris at the Théâtre Italien on 7 January 1842. It was received with enormous enthusiasm. The first Italian performance, at Bologna, followed in March under the direction of Donizetti... Donizetti, reporting the reception of the Stabat mater in Bologna, wrote: “The enthusiasm is impossible to describe. Even at the final rehearsal, which Rossini attended, in the middle of the day, he was accompanied to his home to the shouting of more than 500 persons. The same thing the first night, under his window, since he did not appear in the hall …” The Stabat mater is often said to be operatic..." Philip Gossett in Grove Music Online.
De Glimes (d. 1881) was a Belgian singing teacher and songwriter. Item #21078
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