In Memoriam Giuseppe Verdi

In Memoriam Giuseppe Verdi (b. October 10, 1813, Le Roncole, Italy – d. 27 January 1901, Milan, Kingdom of Italy)

Giuseppe Verdi and his works mark, each one, a representative moment in the history of the opera genre: ′′ Aida ′′ through the force and clarity of the lyrical expression, ′′ Otello ′′ through dramatism and tragic, and ′′ Falstaff ′′ through the chosen and complicated, carefully elaborated writing , through the complexity of the parallel plans that restore the comic, through the overwhelming role that the orchestra gets.

Whether it’s ′′ La Traviata “, ′′ Rigoletto “, ′′ Masked Ball “, ′′ Don Carlo “, ′′ The Trubadour ′′ -each verdian page carries the unmistakable print of its creator .

Recognized as one of the greatest creators of music history: Giuseppe Verdi, continues to impress today through the mastery with which he created extremely complex musical stories, capable of both amusing, emotional, grieving and making the public think.

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