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Hunnenschlacht (Symphonic Poem No. 11), S. 105 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, organ, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 96 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40314). ISBN 9781608740314. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The eleventh in Liszt's series of thirteen tone poems for orchestra, "Hunnenschlacht" or 'Battle of the Huns' - composed from 1855-57 - was inspired by a painting of the same title by Wilhelm von Kaulbach which portrayed the legendary Battle of the Catalaunian Plains between the Huns under Attila and a coalition of Romans, Visigoths and others fought around June 20, 451, where the fighting was supposedly so bitter that the spirits of the fallen warriors continued the battle in the skies above the field. Liszt conducted the premiere himself in Weimar on 29 December 1857. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the sixth volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1910.
$11.95

Pages: 96
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Hamlet (Symphonic Poem No. 10), S. 104 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 58 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40307). ISBN 9781608740307. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. "Hamlet", inspired by the well-known Shakespeare tragedy, is number ten in Liszt's series of thirteen tone poems for orchestra. It was composed in 1858 but did not receive its premiere for 18 years - on 2 July 1876 in Sonderhausen. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the fifth volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1909.
$11.95

Pages: 58
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Hungaria (Symphonic Poem No. 9), S. 103 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2+1, 2, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 116 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40291). ISBN 9781608740291. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The ninth in his ground breaking series of thirteen tone poems for orchestra, Liszt's "Hungaria" or 'Heroic Elegy' was composed in 1854 and given a tremendously successful premiere in Budapest's National Theatre on 8 September 1856 under the composer's direction. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the fifth volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1909.
$14.95

Pages: 116
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Heroide funebre (Symphonic Poem No. 8), S. 102 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2+1, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, 2 bells, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 60 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40284). ISBN 9781608740284. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. Number 8 in his series of thirteen tone poems for orchestra, Liszt's "Heroide funebre" or 'Heroic Elegy' was composed from 1849-56 and given its premiere in Breslau on 10 November 1857 with the composer conducting. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the fourth volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1909.
$11.95

Pages: 60
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Festklange (Symphonic Poem No. 7), S. 101 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 144 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40277). ISBN 9781608740277. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The seventh in his visionary series of thirteen tone poems for orchestra, Liszt's "Festklange" was composed in 1853 and was given its premiere in Weimar on 9 September 1854 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the fourth volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1909.
$16.95

Pages: 144
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Mazeppa (Symphonic Poem No. 6), S. 100 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2+1, 2+1, 3 - 4, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 106 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40260). ISBN 9781608740260. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The sixth of the revolutionary series of thirteen tone poems for orchestra, Liszt's "Mazeppa" was inspired by the French version of Lord Byron's famous poem by Victor Hugo. Composed from 1851-54, it was given its premiere in Weimar on 16 April 1854 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the third volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1909.
$11.95

Pages: 106
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Prometheus (Symphonic Poem No. 5), S. 99 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2+1, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1], timpani, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 78 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40253). ISBN 9781608740253. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The fifth of Liszt's revolutionary series of thirteen symphonic poems, "Prometheus" started life in 1850 as a dramatic cantata for chorus and orchestra set to Johann Gottfried Herder's "Der entfesselte Prometheus" Liszt subsequently extended and reorchestrated the overture into the symphonic poem and conducted its premiere in Braunschweig on 18 October 1855. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the third volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1909.
$11.95

Pages: 78
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Les Preludes (Symphonic Poem No. 3), S. 97 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [3d1, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, harp, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 84 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40239). ISBN 9781608740239. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The third of the ground-breaking series of thirteen works composed for orchestra, Liszt's "Les Preludes" was inspired by Alphonse de Lamartine's "Nouvelles meditations poetiques". Composed from 1850-54, it was given its premiere in Weimar 23 February 1854 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the second volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1908.
$11.95

Pages: 84
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo (Symphonic Poem No. 2), S. 96 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2+1, 2 - 4, 4, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, harp, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 96 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40222). ISBN 9781608740222. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The second in a ground-breaking series of thirteen works for orchestra, Liszt's "Tasso: Lamento e Trionfo" was inspired by Goethe's drama "Torquato Tasso". Composed from 1849-54, it was given its premiere in Weimar 19 April 1854 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the first volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1908.
$11.95

Pages: 96
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne (Symphonic Poem No. 1), S. 95 (What One Hears in the Mountains). By Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Otto Taubmann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2+1, 2 - 4, 3, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, harp, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 156 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40215). ISBN 9781608740215. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. The first of a ground-breaking series of thirteen works for orchestra, Liszt's "Ce qu'on entend sur la montagne" (What One Hears in the Mountains) drew its inspiration from a poem by Victor Hugo. Composed from 1848-54, it was given its premiere in Weimar in January of 1857 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. This new study score is a digitally-restored reissue of the score edited by Otto Taubmann in the first volume of the Liszt-Stiftung edition, published in 1908.
$16.95

Pages: 156
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Mephisto Waltz No. 2, S. 111 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Berthold Kellermann. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, harp, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Dances, Waltzes. Romantic Period; Hungarian, Halloween. Study Score. 60 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40338). ISBN 9781608740338. Romantic Period; Hungarian, Halloween. 8.25 x 11 inches. Liszt's second Mephisto Waltz was originally composed for piano solo sometime between 1878 and 1881. It was orchestrated shortly thereafter and performed in this setting on May 9, 1881 in Budapest, with the orchestra conducted by S. Erkel. The score reproduced here was originally issued by Breitkopf & Hartel of Leipzig in 1913 as part of the tenth volume of "Franz Liszt: Musikalische Werke", edited principally by Berthold Kellermann.
$11.95

Pages: 60
Genres: Halloween, Hungarian, Romantic Period, Celebrations, World, Classical
Episoden aus Lenua's Faust, S. 110 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Berthold Kellermann. Orchestra. For [3d1, 2+1, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, bell, harp, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Tone Poems, Dances, Marches. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 108 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40376). ISBN 9781608740376. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. At least one of the two works inspired by Nikolaus Lenau's poem on the familiar Faust legend may have been originally composed for piano and later orchestrated . The first, "Der nachliche Zug" is a march-like work not often performed while the second, entitled "Der Tanz in der Dorfschenke" is better known as the "Mephisto Waltz No. 1". This popular work was first heard for orchestra on March 3, 1861 with the composer conducting the Weimar Hofkapelle. The score reproduced here was originally issued by Breitkopf & Hartel of Leipzig in 1913 as part of the tenth volume of "Franz Liszt: Musikalische Werke", edited principally by Berthold Kellermann.
$13.95

Pages: 108
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Piano Concerto No. 2, S. 125 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Bernhard Stavenhagen. For Piano, Orchestra - [3d1, 2, 2, 2 - 2, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 80 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40055). ISBN 9781608740055. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. Liszt's second concerto had its beginnings in 1839 or 1840 and was subjected to a number of revisions until 1861. The first performance, on January 7, 1857, featured the composer conducting the Weimar Staatskappelle and his student Hans von Bronsart as soloist. This new score is a digitally enhanced reprint of the one first issued by Breitkopf und Hartel in 1914 as part of the Liszt complete works.
$11.95

Pages: 80
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Piano Concerto No. 1, S. 124 by Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Edited by Bernhard Stavenhagen. For Piano, Orchestra - [2+1, 2, 2, 2 - 2, 2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works. Romantic Period; Hungarian. Study Score. 60 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40048). ISBN 9781608740048. Romantic Period; Hungarian. 8.25 x 11 inches. Liszt started working on his first foray into the concerto genre as early as 1830, only completing the work in its present form in 1849. He appeared as soloist in the premiere, given at Weimar on Febrary 17, 1855, with the Staatskappelle under the direction of Hector Berlioz. The concerto has been a staple of the repertoire ever since. Just in time for the Liszt bicentennial, this new score is a digitally-enhanced reprint of the one first issued by Breitkopf und Hartel in 1914 as part of the composer's complete works.
$11.95

Pages: 60
Genres: Hungarian, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Die Schopfung, Hob. XXI: 2 by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). Arranged by Paul Klengel. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice (Soli), SATB Choir, Piano. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Transcriptions, Oratorio (complete), Choral. Classical Period; German, Viennese, Sacred/Hymns. Vocal Score. 220 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40611). ISBN 9781608740611. Classical Period; German, Viennese, Sacred/Hymns. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Having been inspired by performances of Handel oratorios while visiting London in 1791-92 and 1794-95, Joseph Haydn determined to write one of his own and was given an English libretto entitled "The Creation", which had originally been offered to Handel years before. This libretto, whose author is still not known, was loosely based upon Biblical sources (Genesis, Pslams) and John Milton's epic "Paradise Lost." Haydn presented it to Baron Gottfried van Swieten, who adapted and translated the work into the German libretto used for the composition of the new oratorio. "Die Schopfung" occupied Haydn from 1796-98 and was given its first performance in Vienna's Schwarzenberg Palace on April 30, 1798 before an invited audience of nobles, government officials, prominent musicians. The public crowded outside in an attempt to hear the work in such number that a police detachment was needed to keep order, and the first public performance (March 19, 1799) was sold out months in advance. The authoritative vocal score reissued here, first published by Breitkopf und Hartel of Leipzig in the early 20th century, features the original German text with English and French beneath, and a playable piano reduction by Paul Klengel.
$11.95

Pages: 220
Genres: Classical, Classical Period, German, World
Die Jahreszeiten, Hob. XXI: 3 by Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809). Arranged by Paul Klengel. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Alto voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice (Soli), SATB Choir, Piano. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Transcriptions, Oratorio (complete), Choral. Classical Period; German, Viennese, Sacred/Hymns. Vocal Score. 294 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40604). ISBN 9781608740604. Classical Period; German, Viennese, Sacred/Hymns. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Haydn's second great oratorio, known in English as "The Seasons", was composed 1799-1800 in the wake of the great success and popularity of its predecessor. As with "The Creation", the German libretto provided to Haydn was the work of Baron Gottfried van Swieten, who adapted and translated excepts from the lengthy English poem of James Thompson also entiled "The Seasons." The premiere, given on April 24, 1801 in Vienna, was successful - but not as wildly popular as the previous work. The score reproduced here is an authoritative vocal and piano score in German, English and French issued by Breitkopf und Hartel in the early 20th century, with the original piano reduction carefully edited by Paul Klengel.
$15.95

Pages: 294
Genres: Classical, Classical Period, German, World
Slavonic Dances, Op. 72 / B. 147 by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited by Otakar Sourek. Orchestra. For [2, 2, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 0], timpani, percussion, strings. This edition: Paperback. Dances, Original Works, Suites. Romantic Period; Czech. Study Score. 242 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.19993). ISBN 9781932419993. Romantic Period; Czech. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Dvorak's second set of Slavonic Dances was composed in response to a request from his German publisher, N. Simrock, in the wake of the tremendous popularity of the first set (Op. 46). The brilliant orchestration of the melodious, folk-inspired dances did much to establish Dvorak's reputation as a major orchestral composer. The new study score offered here is a digitally-enhanced reprint of the score first issued in 1955 as part of the Dvorak complete works by the Czech State publishing house SNKLHU, edited by Otakar Sourek. Available now for the first time in an affordable, easy-to-read size.
$17.95

Pages: 242
Genres: Czech, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Requiem, Op. 89 / B. 165 by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904). Edited by Karel Solc. Choir and piano. For Soprano voice, Alto voice, Tenor voice, and Bass voice (Soli), SATB Choir, Piano. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Transcriptions, Liturgical, Mass, Choral. Romantic Period; Czech, Sacred/Hymns, Funerals. Large Vocal Score. 228 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.19986). ISBN 9781932419986. Romantic Period; Czech, Sacred/Hymns, Funerals. 8.27 x 11.69 inches. Dvorak's choral masterpiece was first performed at the Birmingham Festival on October 9, 1891 under the composer's direction. It immediately entered the standard repertoire. This new vocal score is a digitally-enhanced reissue of the one edited by Karel Solc as part of Dvorak's complete works, published by the Czech State publishing concern, SNKLHU, in the late 1950s. Now in a very readable A4 size, this score will be a welcome addition for vocalists, choruses and pianists alike.
$19.95

Pages: 228
Genres: Czech, Romantic Period, World, Classical
La Boite a Joujoux, L. 128 by Claude Debussy (1862-1918). Arranged by Andre Caplet. Orchestra. For [2d1, 2+1, 2, 2 - 2, 2, 0, 0], timpani, percussion, harp, celeste, piano, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Ballet. Impressionist; French, Children's. Study Score. 122 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.19931). ISBN 9781932419931. Impressionist; French, Children's. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Composed in 1913 to a scenario for a Children's Ballet by Andre Halle, the music existed only in a piano score and 93 measures of orchestration upon Debussy's death in 1918. His former student and faithful interpreter Andre Caplet completed the orchestration the next year for the long delayed performance at Paris' Theatre-Lyrique de Vaudeville on December 10, 1919. This new, convenient format study score is a digitally enhanced reprint of the one issued by Durand et Cie. in 1920.
$19.95

Pages: 122
Genres: Children, French, Impressionism, Miscellaneous, World, 20th Century, Classical
Espana by Alexis Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894). Edited by Clinton F. Nieweg & Nancy M. Bradburd. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2, 4 - 4, 2+2, 3, 1], timpani, percussion, 2 harps, strings. This edition: Paperback. Dances, Original Works. Romantic Period; French, Spanish. Study Score. 64 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.19566). ISBN 9781932419566. Romantic Period; French, Spanish. 7.44 x 9.69 inches. Chabrier's orchestral showpiece was composed in 1883 and received its premiere in November of that year in Paris under the baton of Charles Lamoreaux, founder of the now famous orchestra bearing his name. Inspired by a vacation to Spain taken the year before its composition, Espana is a superb example of the Spanish-genre showpiece - featuring driving rhythms, brilliant orchestral colors and folk-derived melodies. This new score is a reduced-sized reissue of the newly-engraved, thoroughly researched and corrected edition prepared by Clinton F. Nieweg and Nancy M. Bradburd in 2008.
$11.95

Pages: 64
Genres: French, Romantic Period, Spanish, World, Classical
Requiem in D minor, WAB 39 by Anton Bruckner (1824-1896). Edited by Robert Maria Haas. For SATB vocal soli, SATB chorus, orchestra. This edition: Paperback. Mass, Liturgical, Choral, Original Works. Romantic Period; Sacred/Hymns, German. Study Score. 60 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.19757). ISBN 9781932419757. Romantic Period; Sacred/Hymns, German. 8.25 x 11 inches. Composed in 1849 in memory of Bruckner's friend Franz Sailer, the Requiem in D minor was the composer's first large scale work. The premiere was given at the St. Florian Abbey in Linz on September 15, 1849 under Bruckner's direction. The vocal score, presented here in digitally enhanced form, was originally prepared by Ludwig Berberich in the decades after after the first world war.
$11.95

Pages: 60
Genres: German, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Waltzes, Op. 39 by Johannes Brahms (1833-1897). Arranged by Richard W. Sargeant, Jr.. Orchestra. For [2+1, 2, 2, 2+1 - 4, 2, 3, 0], timpani, triangle, cymbals, strings. This edition: Paperback. Transcriptions, Dances, Waltzes. Romantic Period; German. Study Score. 94 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40406). ISBN 9781608740406. Romantic Period; German. 6.69 x 9.61 inches. Sargeant's unique orchestration of Brahms' popular set of sixteen waltzes is a welcome addition to the symphonic repertoire.
$11.95

Pages: 94
Genres: German, Romantic Period, World, Classical
Symphony No. 2 by Alexander Borodin (1833-1887). Edited by Clinton F. Nieweg & Nancy M. Bradburd. Orchestra. For [2, 2+1, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 0], timpani, strings. This edition: Paperback. Symphony, Original Works. Romantic Period; Russian. Study Score. 158 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.40031). ISBN 9781608740031. Romantic Period; Russian. 7.44 x 9.69 inches. Borodin started work on his second symphony soon after the 1869 premiere of his first. He worked on it off and on until 1876, putting it aside for another project - misplacing his orchestral scores of the first and last movements in the process. When a performance was scheduled in 1877, Borodin had to re-orchestrate the two movements from his piano-4 hands score. This new score is a digitally-enhanced, corrected reprint of the one first issued in 1946 by Muzgiz. Editors Clinton Nieweg and Nancy Bradburd have thoroughly researached the source material to produce an extremely authoritative score of this renowned favorite of the Russian master's three symphonies.
$14.95

Pages: 158
Genres: Romantic Period, Russian, Classical, World
Symphony No. 1 by Alexander Borodin (1833-1887). Edited by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov & Alexander Glazunov. Orchestra. For [2, 2+1, 2, 2 - 4, 2, 3, 0], timpani, strings. This edition: Paperback. Original Works, Symphony. Romantic Period; Russian. Study Score. 164 pages. Published by Serenissima (SA.19726). ISBN 9781932419726. Romantic Period; Russian. 8.27 x 11.69 inches. Borodin started composing his first excursion into the symphonic form in 1862, while studying with Mily Balakirev. He worked on it sporadically for the next five years, making revisions in the wake of an informal orchestral reading in 1867. The official premiere, at a concert of the Russian Musical Society on 23 December 1868 conducted by his tutor Balakirev, successfully established Borodin as a major force in Russian orchestral music. The score presented here is a digitally-enhanced reprint of the one issued ca.1946 by the Soviet State Publisher Muzgiz, itself a re-engraving of the score edited by Rimsky-Korsakov and Glazunov which was published by V. Bessel after the composer's death in 1887.
$19.95

Pages: 164
Genres: Romantic Period, Russian, Classical, World