Vivaldi editions and revisions in Italy during the first half of the 20th century (1919-1943)

An analysis and review of the editions of Vivaldi’s music published in Italy from the postwar Fiume crisis (1919) to the fall of Mussolini (1943), starting with the first revisions by Respighi and Francesco de Guarnieri, through the versions of Alceo Toni, Bernardino Molinari, and Alberto Gentili, and arriving at the more recent work of Casella and Fausto Torrefranca.