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Giuseppe Verdi - Хорове из опери на Джузепе Верди/Chooses of opera by Giuseppe Verdi album flac

Performer: Giuseppe Verdi
Genre: Classical
Title: Хорове из опери на Джузепе Верди/Chooses of opera by Giuseppe Verdi
Style: Classical
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Giuseppe Verdi ‎– Хорове из опери на Джузепе Верди/Chooses of opera by Giuseppe Verdi. Label: Балкантон ‎– ВОА 211. Format: Vinyl, 12", Album.

The following is a list of published compositions by the composer Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901). Revision of earlier opera, including translations with material musical changes. Librettists not directly involved in the preparation of a specific revision, but whose text (or a translation thereof) is included in the work, are shown in italics. Re Lear (King Lear), 1856. Librettist Antonio Somma worked with Verdi on completing a libretto for an opera based on Shakespeare's King Lear.

Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (Italian pronunciation:10 October 1813 - 27 January 1901) was an Italian Romantic composer, mainly of opera. He was one of the most influential composers of the 19th century.

Alternative ns: Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi. Aliases: Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi, ליאונקובלו, . רדדי, . Verdi, Верді Джузеппе, Jozefo Verdi. Album of Opera Themes for the Junior String Orchestra (Various). L'art de chanter appliqué au violon (Herman, Adolphe).

Operas by Giuseppe Verdi. Verdi's Family and Childhood. Much of Verdi's music is used outside of the opera house throughout the world; his "Triumphal March" from Aida is used in many ceremonies including high school coronations. Born as Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi to Carlo Verdi and Luigia Uttini, there are many rumors and exaggerated stories surrounding Verdi's family and childhood. Though Verdi has said his parents were poor, uneducated peasants, his father was actually a land-owning innkeeper, and his mother was a spinner.

Giuseppe Verdi was composing his second opera ‘Un giorno di regno’ when his wife passed away at just the age of 26, because of encephalitis. His work was premiered shortly, after but it turned out to be a flop, which led Verdi into a state of depression. He started composing again, and began to work on the music for ‘Nabucco. Later, he wrote ‘Macbeth’ based on Shakespeare’s drama of the same name, which was best known for its originality, and for being independent of tradition. Continue Reading Below. Verdi challenged Giacomo Meyerbeer, a European composer much more renowned and wealthier, whom he surpassed with ‘Don Carlos’ (1884), a work regarded by many as a masterpiece. He had plans to retire in the mid 1880s but because of a connection initiated by longtime friend Giulio Ricordi, Verdi along with Arrigo Boito, a well known composer and novelist, started to work on ‘Otello’.

born Roncole, near Busetto 9 October 1813; died Milan 27 January 1901). Verdi was the major Italian musical dramatist of the nineteenth century, the successor to Bellini, Donizetti and Rossini. Along with Wagner, he was the most important opera composer of the period and received national and international recognition for his powerful stage works. Verdi’s parents, though described as ‘innkeeper’ and ‘spinner’ on Giuseppe’s birth certificate, came from families of small landowners and traders – not the uneducated peasant classes which Verdi later like to claim. Perhaps this explains Verdi’s excellent business acumen in later life, when he not only managed a successful musical career but also administered a landed estate. He showed early promise as a church organist at the age of 7 before beginning his formal musical training aged 12.


А1 Хор на бунтовниците из оп. "ЕРНАНИ"
А2 Хор на придворните из оп. "РИГОЛЕТО"
А3 Хор на войниците из оп. "ТРУБАДУР"
B1 Хор на моряците из оп. "ЛЕТЯЩЯТ ХОЛАНДЕЦ"
B2 Хор на поклонниците из оп. "ТАНХОЙЗЕР"
B3 Хор из оп. "В БУРЯТА"
B4 Хор из оп. "ДЕКАБРИСТИ"