Composed in the summer of 1831 while in Rome, Berlioz's work was inspired by the Scottish rebel Rob-Roy MacGregor had to wait until the spring of 1833 for its premiere. The composer abandoned the piece shortly afterwards, but used some of the music material for his more famous "Harold in Italy." An unabridged, digitally enhanced reprint from Volume 4 of Series II of the Berlioz Complete Works, edited by Charles Malherbe and Felix Weingartner, issued by Breitkopf and Hartel between 1900 and 1907, this new study score ...

Rob-Roy Overture, H. 54 - Study Score 2008, Serenissima Music, Edwardsville

ISBN-13: 9781932419702

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