The American Institute for Verdi Studies has sponsored the publication of the following books:

David Rosen and Andrew Porter, eds. Verdi's "Macbeth": A Sourcebook. New York: Norton; London: Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Martin Chusid, ed. Verdi's Middle Period: Source Studies, Analysis, and Performance Practice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997.

Fabrizio Della Seta, Roberta Montemorra Marvin, Marco Marica, eds. Verdi 2001: Atti del Convegno internazionale / Proceedings of the International Conference, Parma - New York - New Haven, 24 January - 1 February 2001. 2 vols. Florence: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2003.

The proceedings of the "Verdi 2001" conference contain some of the most significant recent contributions to Verdi scholarship, with essays by Linda B. Fairtile, Philip Gossett, James Hepokoski, Francesco Izzo, Joseph Kerman, Roberta Montemorra Marvin, Roger Parker, Pierluigi Petrobelli, Harold Powers, David Rosen, Mary Ann Smart, and numerous other renowned scholars. Verdi 2001 can be purchased through the American Institute for Verdi Studies at the promotional price of $100 (a 25% discount on the cover price). To order your copy of Verdi 2001, please e-mail

The other two books can be obtained by contacting the publishers directly.

In addition, since its inception in 1976 the American Institute for Verdi Studies publishes the Verdi Forum (formerly the Verdi Newsletter), an annual journal containing essays, documents, and conference proceedings on Verdi and other nineteenth-century Italian opera topics.  For more information on the Verdi Forum, please follow
this link.

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