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Fanciulla Bibliography - La Fanciulla del West
Fanciulla Bibliography
The following bibliography is organized by topic.
• The Girl of the Golden West (La fanciulla del West)
Arca, Paolo. ‘La fanciulla del West’ di Giacomo Puccini. Guida all’opera. Oscar musica.
Milan: Mondadori, 1985.
Atlas, Allan. “Belasco and Puccini: ‘Old Dog Tray’ and the Zuni Indians,” Musical Quarterly
75/3 (Fall 1991): 362-397.
Atlas, Allan. “‘Lontano-Tornare-Redenzione’: Verbal Leitmotives and Their Musical
Resonance in Puccini’s La fanciulla del West.” Studi Musicali, 1992.
Bastianelli, Giannotto. “La fanciulla del West di Giacomo Puccini.” Chigiana 28/ns8 (1972):
152-55.
Bates, Blanche. “What Especially Attracted Puccini in The Girl of the Golden West.” Musical
America 6/22 (12 October 1907): 14.
Brodsky Lawrence, Vera, ed., The Wa-Wan Press, 1901-1911, 4 vols. (New York: Arno Press, 1970).
Carner, Mosco. “La fanciulla del West: A Re-Assessment.” Opera 28/5 (May and August
1977): 426-433.
Claudon, F. and A. Margoni. “Commentaire musical et littéraire.” L’avant-scène opéra 165
(May-June 1995): 10-103.
Curtis, Natalie. The Indian’s Book (New York and London: Harper, 1907).
David, Shelby J. “David Belasco and Giacomo Puccini: Their Collaborations.” In Opera and
the Golden West. The Past, Present and Future of Opera in the U.S.A. John L. Di
Gaetani and Josef P. Sirefman, eds. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press,
1994, 129-139.
Di Gaetani. John L. “Comedy and Redemption in La fanciulla del West.” Opera Quarterly
2/2 (summer 1984): 88-95.
Di Gaetani, John L. and Josef P. Sirefman, eds.. Opera and the Golden West: The Past, Present,
and Future of Opera in the U.S.A. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press,
1994, 129-139.
Dotto. Gabriele. “Opera Four Hands: Collaborative Alterations in Puccini’s Fanciulla.”
Journal of the American Musicological Society (March 1989): 604-624.
Fairtile, Linda. “Real Americans Mean Much More: Race, Ethnicity, and Authenticity in The
Girl of the Golden West and La fanciulla del West,” Studi Pucciniani, IV, forthcoming.
Farwell, Arthur. “The Music of Puccini’s Opera.” Musical America 13/6 (17 December 1910): 4-5.
Farwell, Arthur. Folk-songs of the West and South: Negro, Cowboy and Spanish-Californian (Boca Raton:
Masters Music Publications, n.d.).
Fletcher, Alice C. Indian Story and Song from North America (Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900).
Gara, Eugenio. “Lirismo Western nel grido redentore di Minnie.” Milan: Teatro alla Scala,
1963-4: 79-88.
Gavazzeni, Gianandrea. “Nella Fanciulla del West protagonista e’ l’orchestra?” Musica d’oggi
1/9 (November 1958): 545-552.
Girardi, Michele. “Il finale de La fanciulla del West e alcuni problemi di codice.” In Opera &
Libretto II. Fondazione Giorgio Cini/ Studi di Musica Veneta. Florence: Olschki, 1993,
417-438.
Guadagnino, Luigi. “Termini di rinnovamento formale nella Fanciulla del West.” La Scala:
rivista dell’Opera 136 (March 1961): 15-17.
Guzski, Carolyn. “Opera and Nation: Fanciulla in Context.” http://www.fanciulla100.org,
forthcoming.
Lauri Volpi, Giacomo. “La fanciulla del West.” In Incontri e scontri. Rome: Bonavita, 1971,
283-285.
Lawton, Ben. “Giuseppe Giacosa (1847-1906) and Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924).” In Abroad
in America: Visitors to the New Nation, 1776-1914. Pachter and Wein eds., Washington,
DC: National Portrait Gallery, 1976, 247-259.
Levi, Primo. “La fanciulla del West e l’evoluzione del melodramma italiano.” In Paesaggi e
figure musicali. Milan: Fratelli Treves, 1913, 468-483.
Marchetti, Arnaldo. “La variante che Puccini non azzeccò” Rassegna musicale Curci 29/3
(December 1976): 34-35.
Marnat, Marcel. “La Jeanne d’Arc du Klondyke” L’avant-scène opéra (May-June 1995): 110112.
Mildenberg, Albert. “True Americanisms in Puccini’s Score?” Musical America 13/5 (10
December 1910): 1, 36.
Pisani, Michael V. Imagining Native America in Music (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005).
Phillips-Matz, Mary Jane. “Puccini’s America.” In The Puccini companion. William Weaver
and Simonetta Puccini, eds. New York: Norton, 1994, 202-227.
Randall, Annie J. and Rosalind Gray Davis, Puccini and the Girl: History and Reception of
“The Girl of the Golden West.” Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005.
Restagno, Enzo, ed. La fanciulla del West. Collana di guide musicali I/6. Turin: UTET, 1974.
Roncaglia, Gino. “La fanciulla del West.” La Scala: rivista dell’opera 72 (November 1955): 25-29.
Rosenthal, Miriam. Giacomo Puccinis “La Fanciulla del West’: Eine neue Opernkonzeption
in Oeuvre des Komponisten. Dissertation, Universität Beyreuth, 1991.
Russo, John Paul. “Puccini, the Immigrants, and the Golden West.” Opera Quarterly 7/3 (Fall
1990): 4-27.
Stuart, Roxana. “Uncle Giacomo’s Cabin: David Belasco’s Direction of La fanciulla del
West.” In Opera and the Golden West. The Past, Present and Future of Opera in the
U.S.A. John L. Di Gaetani and Josef P. Sirefman, eds. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson
University Press, 1994, 140-148.
Warburton, Thomas. “Puccini’s Fanciulla as Exemplar for American Composer.” In Opera
and the Golden West. The Past, Present and Future of Opera in the U.S.A. John L. Di
Gaetani and Josef P. Sirefman, eds. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press,
1994, 149-158.
Zangarini, Carlo. “Puccini e la Fanciulla del West.” Propaganda musicale 1/5 (1930): 197.
• Giacomo Puccini
Adami, Giuseppe. Giulio Ricordi e i suoi musicisti. Milan: Treves, 1933.
Adami, Giuseppe. Puccini. Milan: Treves, 1935.
Alonge, Roberto. “Un insospettato drammaturgo di respiro europeo: Giacomo Puccini.” Castello di
Elsinore (1988/2): n.p.
Ashbrook, William. The Operas of Puccini. 1968. Reprint. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1985.
Bögel, Hartwig. Studien zur Instrumentation in den Opern GiacomoPuccinis. Tübingen: Sofortdruck H.G.
Vogler, 1978.
Budden, Julian. Puccini: His Life and Works (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Burton, Deborah. “A Journey of Discovery: Puccini’s ‘motivo di prima intenzione’ and its
applications in Manon Lescaut, La fanciulla del West and Suor Angelica.” Studi Musicali, 2001/2:
473-499.
Burton, Deborah. “Men Who Love Too Much: Operatic Heroes and the Metric and Tonal
Disturbances that Follow them.” to be published in Schenker Studies IV. Lynne Rodgers and
Poundie Burstein, eds. New York: Olms, forthcoming.
Burton, Deborah. “A Select Bibliography of Articles and Dissertations about Puccini and His
Operas.” In The Puccini Companion, edited by William Weaver and Simonetta Puccini. New
York: Norton, 1994.
Burton, Deborah, Susan Vandiver Nicassio and Agostino Ziino. Tosca's Prism: Three Moments
of Western Cultural History. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 2004.
Carner, Mosco. Puccini: a Critical Biography. London: G. Duckworth and Co., 1958.
Checchi, Eugenio. “Giacomo Puccini.” Nuova Antologia LXXII/23 (1 December 1897): 470-481.
D’Amico, Fedele. “Naturalismo e decadentismo in Puccini.” In I casi della musica. Milan: n.p., 1962.
Gatti, Guido Maria. “The Works of Giacomo Puccini.” Musical Quarterly 14 (1928): 16-34.
Girardi, Michele. Puccini, musicista internazionale. Venice: Marsilio, 1995. English version:
Puccini: His International Art, trans. Laura Basini. Chicago: University of Chicago
Press, 2000.
Greenwald, Helen. Dramatic Exposition and Musical Structure in Puccini’s Operas. Ph.D. diss. City
University of New York, 1991.
Leibowitz, Réné. “L’arte di Giacomo Puccini.” L’Approdo musicale. II/6 (April-June 1959): 3-27.
Monaldi, Gino. Giacomo Puccini e la sua opera. Rome: Libreria Editrice Mantegazza, 1925.
Pintorno, Giuseppe. Giacomo Puccini: 276 lettere inedite. Milan: Nuove Edizioni, 1974.
Rinaldi, Mario. “La strumentazione nelle opere di Giacomo Puccini.” In Giacomo Puccini nel centenario
della nascita. Lucca: Industria Grafica Lorenzetti e Natali, 1958.
Schickling, Dieter. Giacomo Puccini: Biographie. Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1989.
Vaughan, Denis. “Puccini’s Orchestration.” Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association, 87 (1961): 114.
Vlad, Roman. “Attualità di Puccini.” In Critica Pucciniana, 152-189. Lucca: Comitato Nazionale per
le Onoranze a Giacomo Puccini, 1976.
Wilson, Alexandra. The Puccini Problem: Opera, Nationalism, and Modernity. Cambridge
Studies in Opera. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
• David Belasco
American Art Association, Anderson Galleries. The collection of the late David Belasco. New
York: American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, 1931.
Belasco, David. The girl of the golden West, a play in four acts. In Moses, M.G. ed., Representative American
dramas, 1925, pp. 47-97.
Belasco, David. Plays produced under the stage direction of David Belasco. New York, n.p., 1925.
Belasco, David. The girl of the golden West, novelized from the play by David Belasco. New
York: Dodd, Mead and company, 1911.
Belasco, David. Gala days of Piper’s Opera House and the California Theater. Sparks, NV:
Falcon Hill Press, 1991.
Belasco, David. Collected papers. The Billy Rose Theatre Collection, The New York Public
Library for the Performing Arts; *ZAN-*T279 (reels 1-30).
Belasco, David. Clippings, held at the New York Public Library, Performing Arts Research
Collections - Music.
Belasco, David. Scrapbooks, 8 microfilm reels; 35 mm., held at the New York Public Library,
Performing Arts Research Collections.
Belasco collection of incidental music and musicals, ca. 1890-1931, New York Public Library,
Performing Arts Research Collections. JPB 93-4.
Cole, Toby and Helen K. Chinoy, eds. Actors on acting: the theories, techniques, and practices
of the world’s great actors. New York: Three Rivers Press, 1995.
Dean, Tunis. Tunis Dean Collected Papers. The New York Public Library Performing Arts
Research Collections. *T-Mss 1939-002.
DeMille, William C. William C. DeMille papers, 1899-1940. The New York Public Library
Performing Arts Research Collections. MssCol 748.
Ford, Harriet. Harriet Ford Collected Papers. The New York Public Library Performing Arts
Research Collections. MssCol 1041.
Henderson, Mary. The scenic art of David Belasco. New York: n.p., 1969.
Kleinfield, Herbert Leo. The theatrical career of David Belasco. Ph.D. diss., Harvard
University, 1956.
Locke, Robinson. Robinson Locke collection, 1870-1920. The New York Public Library
Performing Arts Research Collections. NAFR+.
MacDouball, Gwen. The Belascos: a family history. Pangbourne, England: G. MacDougall, 2002.
Marker, Lise-Lone. David Belasco: naturalism in the American theatre. Princeton: Princeton
University Press, 1974.
Marker, Frederick Joseph. Mister Davie: a study of David Belasco as a dramatist. A.B. Thesis,
Harvard University, 1958.
Timberlake, Craig. The Bishop of Broadway: the life & work of David Belasco. New York:
Library Publishers, 1954.
Winter, William. The life of David Belasco. New York: Moffat, Yard, 1918.
• Toscanini
AA.VV. La lezione di Toscanini - Atti del Convegno di studi toscaniniani al XXX Maggi
musicale fiorentino. Florence: Vallecchi, 1970.
Antek, Samuel & Hupka, Robert. This Was Toscanini. New York: Vanguard, 1963.
Barblan, Guglielmo e Gara, Eugenio. Toscanini e la Scala. Milan: Edizioni della Scala, 1972.
Chotzinoff, Samuel. Toscanini: an intimate portrait. New York: Knopf, 1956.
Della Corte, Andrea. Toscanini visto da un critico. Turin: Industria libraria tipografica editrice,
1958.
Haggin, B. H. Conversations with Toscanini. New York: Doubleday & Co. 1959. Rev. New
York: Horizon Press, 1979.
Horowitz, Joseph. Understanding Toscanini: how he became an American culture-god and
helped create a new audience for old music. New York: Knopf, 1987.
Hughes, Spike. The Toscanini legacy: a critical study of Arthuro Toscanini’s performances of
Beethoven, Verdi and other composers. 2nd ed. New York: Dover, 1969.
Mandelli, Alfredo. Toscanini: appunti per un bilancio critico. Milan: Nuove Edizioni,1972.
Marek, George R. Toscanini. New York: Atheneium, 1975.
Sacchi, Filippo. Toscanini. Milano. Mondadori 1951. Revised. Milan: Longanesi, 1960.
Sachs, Harvey. Toscanini. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1978.
Sachs, Harvey. Arturo Toscanini from 1915 to 1946: Art in the Shadow of Politics. Turin: EDT
1987.
Sachs, Harvey, ed. The Letters of Arturo Toscanini. New York: Knopf, 2002.
Sachs, Harvey. Reflections on Toscanini. New York: Grove Weidenfeld, 1991.
Stefan, Paul (mit einem Geleitwort von Stefan Zweig). Arturo Toscanini. Vienna: Herbert
Reichner Verlag, 1936. English trans. Eden and Cedar Paul. New York: Blue Ribbon
Books 1938.
Taubman, Howard. The Maestro - The Life of Arturo Toscanini. New York: Simon and Schuster,
1951.
Toscanini, Arturo. The letters of Arturo Toscanini. New York: Knopf, 2002.
Vetro, Gaspare Nello. Arturo Toscanini alla Rª Scuola del Carmine in Parma (1876-1885).
Parma: Tipolito la Ducale, 1974.
• Caruso
Caruso, Enrico. Enrico Caruso: my father and my family. Portland, Or: Amadeus Press, 1990.
Caruso, Enrico and Luisa Tetrazzini. Caruso and Tetrazzini on The Art of Singing. New York:
Metropolitan Company, 1909. Rep. Dover, 1975.
Fucito, Salvatore. Caruso and the art of singing, including Caruso’s vocal exercises and his
practical advice to students and teachers of singing. New York: Frederick Stokes, 1922.
Gara, Eugenio. Caruso. Storia di un emigrante. Milan: Cisalpino-Goliardica, 1973.
Greenfeld, Howard. Caruso. New York: Putnam’s, 1983.
Key, Pierre Van Rensselaer and Bruno Zirato. Enrico Caruso: a biography. Boston: Little,
Brown, 1922.
Mirklin, Frank, ed., A Century of Caruso. New York: Metropolitan Opera Guild, 1975.
• The Gold Rush era
Downie, William. Hunting for Gold: reminiscences of personal experience and research in the
early days of the Pacific coast from Alaska to Panama. San Francisco: California
Publishing Co., 1893. Accessible at www. books.google.com.
Fresnonke, Kris. West of Emerson: the Design of Manifest Destiny. Berkeley: University of
California Press, 2003.
Guétin, Nicole. Religious ideology in American politics: a history. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2009.
Holliday, J.S. The world rushed in: the California gold rush experience. New York: Simon and
Schuster, 1981. Rep. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002.
Horsman, Reginald. Race and Manifest Destiny. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1981.
Kluger, Richard. Seizing destiny: how America grew from sea to shining sea. New York:
Knopf, 2007.
Langum, David. “Californios and the Image of Indolence.” The Western Historical Quarterly,
9/2 (Apr., 1978): 181-196.
McSloy, Steven Paul. “ ‘Because the Bible Tells Me So’: Manifest Destiny and American
Indians.”http://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?collection=journals&handle=hein.journ
als/stlr9&div=12&id=&page= Accessed 12/23/09.
O’Donnell, Kerri. The Gold Rush: A Primary Source History of the Search for Gold in
California. Rosen Publishing Group, 2003.
Rohrbough, Malcolm J. Days of gold: the California Gold Rush and the American Nation.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997.
Thornton, Jeremy. The Gold Rush: Chinese Immigrants Come to America (1848-1882). Rosen
Publishing Group, 2004.
White, Stewart. The forty-niners: a chronicle of the California Trail and El Dorado. New
Haven: Yale University Press, 1920.
• Musical Scene in New York around 1910:
Collins, Theresa M. Otto Kahn: Art, Money, & Modern Time. Chapel Hill and London:
University of North Carolina Press, 2002.
Cone, John Frederick. Oscar Hammerstein’s Manhattan Opera Company. Norman: University of
Oklahoma Press, 1966.
Dizikes, John. Opera in America: A Cultural History. New Haven and London: Yale University
Press, 1993.
Finck, Henry T. My Adventures in the Golden Age of Music. New York and London: Funk and
Wagnall, 1926.
Gatti-Casazza, Giulio. Memories of the Opera. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1941.
Klein, Hermann. Unmusical New York: A Brief Criticism of Triumphs, Failure, & Abuses.
London and New York: John Lane, 1910.
Krehbiel, Henry Edward. Chapters of Opera. New York: H. Holt & Company, 1908.
Krehbiel, Henry Edward. More Chapters of Opera. New York: H. Holt & Company, 1919.
Van Vechten, Carl. Interpreters and Interpretations. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1917.
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