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Omaggio A Giacomo Puccini
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Omaggio a Giacomo Puccini. Omaggio a Giacomo Puccini.

Company : Auditorium del Carmine. Paolo Bartolucci Follow.

This is a list of compositions by Giacomo Puccini. Le Villi, libretto by Ferdinando Fontana (in one act – premiered at the Teatro Dal Verme, 31 May 1884). second version (in two acts – premiered at the Teatro Regio, 26 December 1884). third version (in two acts – premiered at La Scala, 24 January 1885). fourth version (in two acts – premiered at the Teatro dal Verme, 7 November 1889). Edgar, libretto by Ferdinando Fontana (in four acts – premiered at La Scala, 21 April 1889).

By Giacomo Puccini, Quartetto Saxofollia, Saxofollia. 1. Vissi d'arte, Omaggio a Giacomo Puccini. More by Giacomo Puccini. Listen to Vissi d'arte, Omaggio a Giacomo Puccini in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Francesco Montisano.

Vissi d'arte, Omaggio a Giacomo Puccini. Quartetto Saxofollia. Tracks count: 1. Views: 2. Quartetto Saxofollia - Vissi d'arte, Omaggio a Giacomo Puccini 10:47.

Giacomo Puccini: Giacomo Puccini, Italian composer, one of the greatest exponents of operatic realism, who virtually brought the history of Italian opera to an end. His mature operas included La Boheme (1896), Tosca (1900), Madama Butterfly (1904), and Turandot (left incomplete). Puccini was the last descendant of a family that for two centuries had provided the musical directors of the Cathedral of San Martino in Lucca. Puccini initially dedicated himself to music, therefore, not as a personal vocation but as a family profession. He was orphaned at the age of five by the death of his father, and the municipality of Lucca supported the family with a small pension and kept the position of cathedral organist open for Giacomo until he came of age. He first studied music with two of his father’s former pupils, and he played the organ in small local churches.

Giacomo Puccini was born in Lucca December 22, 1858 by a family of four generations is dedicated to music, both on the paternal than maternal. His father, Michael (1813-1864) died when James was just over five years, and the musical education of the boy is entrusted to the maternal uncle Fortunato Magi, then Carlo Angeloni, both alumni of the father. Following the family tradition, Puccini became a chorister (1868), then organist (1872); and in this capacity he is also active as a composer early.

Giacomo Puccini was born into a family of musicians. All four of his direct ancestors had occupied the post of Organist and Choirmaster at the beautiful Cathedral of San Martino in Lucca. His father Michele died when little Giacomo was only five, to be succeeded by his brother-in-law, with the provision that he must cede the position ‘as soon as Signor Giacomo be able to discharge such duties’. His widow Albina, who was 18 years younger than her husband, single-handedly brought up her seven children. At 15, Puccini began to play the organ at services, and started composing soon after


A1 Enrico Caruso Manon Lescaut: Donna Non Vidi Mai 2:36
A2 Lucrezia Bori La Boheme: Mi Chiamano Mimì 4:40
A3 E. Caruso* La Boheme: Che Gelida Manina 3:51
A4 Marcel Journet La Boheme: Vecchia Zimarra 1:52
A5 E. Caruso*, Antonio Scotti La Boheme: O Mimì Tu Più Non Torni 3:05
A6 Dimitri Smirnoff Il Tabarro: Hai Ben Ragione 2:39
B1 Giacomo Lauri-Volpi Tosca: Recondita Armonia 2:44
B2 Celestina Boninsegna Tosca: Vissi D'arte 3:05
B3 Titta Ruffo Tosca: Se La Giurata Fede 2:39
B4 Miguel Fleta Tosca: E Lucean Le Stelle 2:58
B5 Antonio Cortis Turandot: Nessun Dorma 3:11


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℗ Giugno 1973
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