In the zarzuela-like Lucrezia, a fast-moving farce billed as a riff on Machiavelli's Mandragola and set in Argentina, Mr. Bolcom illuminated the greed and unquenchable desires of a naughty set of characters with an eclectic score featuring a rambunctious opening followed by echoes of tango, Andalusian bullfight music, a Straussian waltz and jazz. -The New York Times. The materials can either be rented with the orchestral accompaniment or with two pianos. Full and Vocal scores available for purchase through Hal Leonard.
|Catalog Number||359079 / MP078029|
|Publisher||Edward B. Marks Music Company|