Giuseppe verdi verdi nabucco

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By 1829–30, Verdi had established himself as a leader of the Philharmonic: "none of us could rival him" reported the secretary of the organisation, Giuseppe Demaldè. An eight-movement cantata, I deliri di Saul , based on a drama by Vittorio Alfieri , was written by Verdi when he was 15 and performed in Bergamo . It was acclaimed by both Demaldè and Barezzi, who commented: "He shows a vivid imagination, a philosophical outlook, and sound judgment in the arrangement of instrumental parts." [11] In late 1829, Verdi had completed his studies with Provesi, who declared that he had no more to teach him. [12] At the time, Verdi had been giving singing and piano lessons to Barezzi's daughter Margherita; by 1831, they were unofficially engaged. [1]

Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (La Roncole, Italy, October 9 or 10, 1813 – January 27, 1901) was an Italian Romantic composer, mainly of opera. He was one of the most influential composers in the 19th century. His works are frequently performed in opera houses throughout the world and, transcending the boundaries of the genre, some of his themes have long since taken root in popular culture - such as "La donna è mobile" from Rigoletto, "Va, pensiero" (The Chorus of the Hebrew… read more

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What was it that made Verdi's Nabucco such a pivotal piece in his career? It was by no means solely the critical failure of his previous opera, Un Giorno di Regno , that was responsible, either. After all, Verdi had endured the worst of times not long before. As well as the death of both his children, he had lost his wife.

The public hammering over Un Giorno di Regno saw Verdi inside his agent’s office, telling him his musical career was over. Suddenly envisaging the death of Italian opera or his 10 per cent, or both, the agent proffered a copy of a libretto by a writer named Solera. "Read it,"he begged him. The story goes that Verdi read it on his journey home and by the time he had arrived at his house, the words ‘Va, pensiero’ (‘Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves’) had captured his imagination. He was back. And when the opera was a smash in Milan in 1842, its name clipped from Nabucodonosor (Nebuchadnezzar) to simply Nabucco , then he was back with a vengeance!

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