L'amico Fritz [collection : lyrical comedy in three acts / by Suardon ; music by Pietro Mascagni. 1891.

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Mascagni, Pietro, 1863-1945. L'amico Fritz [collection : lyrical comedy in three acts / by Suardon ; music by Pietro Mascagni.

L'amico Fritz [collection : lyrical comedy in three acts / by Suardon ; music by Pietro Mascagni. 1891.

Arranged in two groups: I. Vocal scores (15). II. Orchestra parts (14). The vocal scores include 13 copies in English and Italian, published by Schirmer (New York, c1891, pl. no. 10139) and carrying the title "Friend Fritz"; one score in French published by Sonzogno (Milan, 1894, pl. no. E. 851 S.) with the title "L'ami Fritz"; and one score in English and Italian published by Ditson (Boston, c1891, pl. no. 37-55634-87 1/2). The English version for the Schirmer edition is by N.H. Dole; for the Ditson edition by W.G. Day; and the French version is by P. Milliet. The orchestra parts are manuscript and represent one set.

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