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In this context, the editions of trios and quartets published by ICCMU deserve a closer look, since they will probably set the trend for future publications of Brunetti's music: Lluis Bertran Xirau's volume dedicated to string trios, including twelve works (L.115-126 in my thematic catalog of Brunetti's works: German Labrador Lopez de Azcona, Gaetano Brunetti (1744-1798): Catalogo critico, tematico y cronologico, Coleccion de monografias, 8 [Madrid: Asociacion Espanola de Documentacion Musical, 2005], reviewed by Elisabeth Le Guin in Notes 65, no.
The congress was one among the many Spanish initiatives of the past years to revive the figure of a nearly forgotten major musician; for example, from a more practical point of view, the critical editions of his five operas with libretti by Lorenzo da Ponte (Una cosa rara ossia belleza ed onesta, LArbore de Diana, Il burbero di buon cuore, La capricciosa corretta, and L Isola del piacere), published by ICCMU (http://www.iccmu.es), has ultimately led to some new international stage productions as well as DVD and CD recordings that gave a new chance to the beatiful music of Martin.
She also draws from important works by Celsa Alonso, such as his La cancion lirica espanola en el siglo XIX (Madrid: Ediciones del ICCMU, 1998) and entries in the Diccionario de la musica espanola e hispanoamericana (Madrid: Sociedad General de Autores y Editores, 1999-2002).
Moreover, I have suggested in the foreword to the modern edition (Madrid: ICCMU, 2001, pp.
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