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This study illuminates the creation and early productions of Verdi's Otello and the revised version of Simon Boccanegra by featuring Verdi's correspondence with his librettist, Arrigo Boito, and their publisher, Giulio Ricordi. An indispensable aid to the student of Verdi's late works, opera producers, conductors, and vocalists as well as the general reader and opera buff, the work contains reviews of early performances, production books kept by Ricordi and Boito, and biographical notes on all correspondents.
This outstanding work of biblical theology, long prized by scholars, is indispensable for a thorough understanding of the concepts of the Old Testament. Arranged under the classic heading of God, Man and Salvation, it offers explanation for the key Hebrew terms of theological importance. It is an invaluable piece of work for anyone interested in the Old Testament.