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Verdi Copy 2


Author : Janell Cannon
language : en
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date : 1997


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A tale by the author of Stellaluna introduces young Verdi, a tiny spotted snake who is sent out into the jungle to grow up big and strong and who finds grown-up snakes so unpleasant that he simply refuses to turn green.

Verdi


Author : Mary Jane Phillips-Matz
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date : 1996


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Written with exclusive access to the original Verdi family documents, this book explores the facts behind the myths of this extraordinary figure. Previously unknown aspects of Verdi's life are exposed in this biography, which took 30 years to write.

Verdi


Author : Julian Budden
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2008-04-04


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In this third edition of the classic Verdi, renowned authority Julian Budden offers a comprehensive overview of Verdi the man and the artist, tracing his ascent from humble beginnings to the status of a cultural patriarch of the new Italy, whose cause he had done much to promote, and demonstrating the gradual enlargement over the years of his artistic vision. This concise study is an accessible, insightful, and engaging summation of Verdi scholarship, acquainting the non-specialist with the personal details Verdi's life, with the operatic world in which he worked, and with his political ideas, his intellectual vision, and his powerful means of communicating them through his music. In his survey of the music itself, Budden emphasizes the unique character of each work as well as the developing sophistication of Verdi's style. He covers all of the operas, the late religious works, the songs, and the string quartet. A glossary explains even the most obscure operatic terms current in Verdi's time.

Verdi Milan And Othello


Author : Blanche Roosevelt
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2013-06-06


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This collection of writings on Verdi and Milan's musical scene, published in 1887, provides a vivid account of his career.

Verdi


Author : Albert Visetti
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 1905


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Verdi Opera Women


Author : Susan Rutherford
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2013-11-07


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Verdi's operas - composed between 1839 and 1893 - portray a striking diversity of female protagonists: warrior women and peacemakers, virgins and courtesans, princesses and slaves, witches and gypsies, mothers and daughters, erring and idealised wives, and, last of all, a feisty quartet of Tudor townswomen in Verdi's final opera, Falstaff. Yet what meanings did the impassioned crises and dilemmas of these characters hold for the nineteenth-century female spectator, especially during such a turbulent span in the history of the Italian peninsula? How was opera shaped by society - and was society similarly influenced by opera? Contextualising Verdi's female roles within aspects of women's social, cultural and political history, Susan Rutherford explores the interface between the reality of the spectators' lives and the imaginary of the fictional world before them on the operatic stage.

Encounters With Verdi


Author : Marcello Conati
language : en
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Release Date : 1986


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