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Giuseppe Verdi


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Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Aida
NOT written to celebrate the opening of the Suez Canal
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
La Traviata
Third most-performed opera in North America behind Madame Butterfly and La Boheme
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Falstaff
Verdi's last opera (1893)
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Rigoletto
Based on a play by Hugo, it is the ninth most-performed opera in North America
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Nabucco
"Va, pensiero, sull'ali dorate" is its best-known number
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Ernani
An "operatic dramma lirico" in four acts
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Macbeth
Features a large female chorus of witches singing in 3-part harmony
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Il Trovatore
17th most performed opera in North America
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Un Ballo in Maschera
"A Masked Ball", set in Boston; composed, 1857-8 and first performed 17 Feb. 1859, Teatro Apollo, Rome
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
La Forza Del Destino
Many old school Italian singers felt the opera was cursed and brought bad luck
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Don Carlo
First performance at the Paris Opera in March 1867
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Simon Boccanegra
Based on the play by Antonio Gutierrez
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed the opera   
Otello
In Otello, Verdi tried to do away with the traditional recitative-aria structure of opera
1813
      
Giuseppe Verdi Was Born
Oct 9 in Roncole, Italy
Giuseppe Verdi
   was born on   
October 10, 1813
Italian composer, mainly of operas
Giuseppe Verdi
   lifespan was   
1813-1901
Italian opera composer
Giuseppe Verdi
   was born in   
Italy
1813-1901; composer of many well-known operas
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Aida
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Don Carlos
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Ernani (Hernani)
(1844) Based on Victor Hugo's play, "Hernani".
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Falstaff
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
La Forza Del Destino (The Force of Destiny)
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
La Traviata
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Macbeth
From Shakespeare's play.
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Nabucco (Nebuchadnezzar)
- (1842) "Va, pensiero" (also known as the Hebrew's Chorus) is thought of by many native Italians as their "unofficial" national anthem, and is often sung on patriotic occasions.
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Otello
- From Shakespeare's play.
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Rigoletto
Giuseppe Verdi
   composed   
Un Ballo in Maschera (A Masked Ball)






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