Sailing home to Corinth, bearing treasures won in a music competition, the mythic Greek bard, Arion, found his golden prize coveted by pirates and his life in danger. Among the few compensations opera lovers have had from the COVID crisis is the abundance — alas, plethora — of streamed opera productions we might never have seen or even known of without it. As an opera composer, Philip Venables writes works quite unlike those of many of his contemporaries. Unveiled by Welsh National Opera last autumn, this Carmen is now in its first revival.

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Theater an der Wien , Eine 2. Fassung in 3 Akten wurde erstmals am Teatro dei Fiorentini in Neapel gegeben. Figaro teilt Rosina mit, dass Lindoro in sie verliebt ist. Rosina gibt Figaro einen Brief an Lindoro mit. Der Graf, verkleidet als betrunkener Soldat , erscheint und verlangt Einquartierung, aber Bartolo weist nach, dass er von der Einquartierung befreit ist.

Lindoro steckt Rosina heimlich eine Nachricht zu Terzett Ah! Rosina missversteht die Aufforderung Lindoros, vorerst bei ihrem Vormund zu bleiben, und beklagt ihr trauriges Schicksal Cavatina Giusto ciel, che conoscete. Giusto cielo! Als Rosina erscheint, zeigt Bartolo ihr den Brief Lindoros. Bartolo geht, um den Notar und den Richter zu holen, damit er nicht nur Rosina heiraten, sondern auch Lindoro und Figaro verhaften lassen kann.

Da tauchen der Graf und Figaro auf. Da gibt sich der Graf zu erkennen. Figaro und der mit Gold bestochene Basilio fungieren als Trauzeugen. Als Bartolo erscheint, bleibt ihm nur das Nachsehen Finale Cara, tu sei il mio ben.

Petersburg statt. Paisiellos Oper war derartig beliebt, dass es als riskantes Unternehmen und Provokation galt, als Gioachino Rossini im Jahr den gleichen Stoff vertonte. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Versionsgeschichte. In anderen Projekten Commons. Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 5. November um Uhr bearbeitet. Giuseppe Petrosellini. September


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Preface Giovanni Paisiello was one of the best known and well-loved opera composers of the eighteenth century, even a favorite of Napoleon, for whom he later wrote masses, coronation music, and operas. In all, Paisiello wrote over 80 operas. His most celebrated opera today is Il barbiere di Siviglia ovvero la precauzione inutile composed in towards the end of his six-year stay in St. It was the success of this work that later inspired Mozart and Da Ponte to write the sequel to this story, Le nozze di Figaro, only four years later. Petersburg court where he was composing for Empress Catherine II. The libretto is a free-form Italian adaptation of the French play and follows the exact order of its events. The opera even retains the structure of the play, including four acts instead of the typical two or three acts appropriate to comic operas at the time.


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Il barbiere di Siviglia, ovvero La precauzione inutile The Barber of Seville, or The Useless Precaution is a comic opera by Giovanni Paisiello from a libretto by Giuseppe Petrosellini , even though his name is not identified on the score's title page. The full title for the opera reads: " Il barbiere di Siviglia, ovvero La Precauzione inutile, dramma giocoso per musica tradotto liberamente dal francese, da rappresentarsi nel Teatro Imperiale del corte, l'anno " [1] Trans: "The Barber of Seville, or The Useless Precaution, comical drama with music freely translated from the French, presented at the Imperial Court Theater, the year ". The story essentially follows the original Beaumarchais play, and in some places directly translates songs and dialogue. The plots of the Paisiello and the Rossini versions very closely resemble each other, with subtle differences. Several musical adaptations of Il barbiere di Siviglia predated the version by Paisiello, but Paisiello's comic opera was the first to achieve widespread success.

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