Verdi y sus obras

Un completo resumen de la prolifica produccion de Verdi con su fecha de estreno!!

  1. Oberto Conte di San Bonifacio
    (17.11.1839 Teatro alla Scala, Milan) Opera in 2 acts, Temistocle Solera.
  2. Un Giorno di Regno
    (5.9.1840 Teatro alla Scala, Milan)  Melodramma giocoso in 2 acts, Felice Romani, after the comedy Le Faux Stanislas by Alexandre Vincent Pineu-Duval.
  3. Nabucodonosor
    (9.3.1842 Teatro alla Scala, Milan)  Opera in 4 parts, Temistocle Solera, after the play Nabucodonosor by Anicet-Bourgeois and Francis Cornue.
  4. I Lombardi alla Prima Crociata
    (11.2.1843 Teatro alla Scala, Milan) Opera in 4 acts, Temistocle Solera, after the poem of the same name by Tommaso Grossi.
  5. Ernani
    (9.3.1844 Teatro la Fenice, Venice) Opera in 4 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, after the play Hernani by Victor Hugo.
  6. I Due Foscari
    (3.11.1844 Teatro Argentina, Rome) Opera in 3 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, after Lord Byron’s play The Two Foscari.
  7. Giovanna d’Arco
    (15.2.1845 Teatro alla Scala, Milan) Opera in a prologue and 3 acts, Temistocle Solera, after Schiller’s drama Die Jungfrau von Orleans.
  8. Alzira
    (12.8.1845 Teatro San Carlo, Naples) Opera in a prologue and 2 acts, Salvatore Cammarano, after Voltaire’s tragedy Alzire, ou les Américains.
  9. Attila
    (17.3.1846 Teatro la Fenice, Venice) Opera in a prologue and 3 acts, Temistocle Solera (and Francesco Maria Piave), after the play Attila, König der Hunnen by Zacharias Werner.
  10. Macbeth
    (14.3.1847 Teatro della Pergola, Florence) Opera in 4 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, after Shakespeare’s play.
  11. I Masnadieri
    (22.7.1847 Her Majesty’s Theatre, London) Opera in 4 acts, Andrea Maffei, after Schiller’s drama Die Räuber
  12. Jérusalem (rev. of I Lombardi)
    (26.11.1847 Académie Royale de Musique, Paris) Opera in 4 acts, Alphonse Royer and Gustave Vaëz.
  13. Il Corsaro
    (25.10.1848 Teatro Grande, Trieste) Opera in 3 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, after Lord Byron’s poem The Corsair.
  14. La Battaglia di Legnano
    (27.1.1849 Teatro Argentina, Rome) Opera in 4 acts, Salvatore Cammarano, after the play La Battaille de Toulouse by Joseph Méry.
  15. Luisa Miller
    (8.12.1849 Teatro San Carlo, Naples) Opera in 3 acts, Salvatore Cammarano, after Schiller’s drama Kabale und Liebe.
  16. Stiffelio
    (16.11.1850 Teatro Grande, Trieste) Opera in 3 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, after the play Le Pasteur, ou L’Évangile et le Foyer by Émile Souvestre and Eugène Bourgeois.
  17. Rigoletto
    (11.3.1850 Teatro la Fenice, Venice) Opera in 3 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, after the drama Le Roi s’amuse by Victor Hugo.
  18. Il Trovatore
    (19.1.1853 Teatro Apollo, Rome) Opera in 4 acts, Salvatore Cammarano (and Leone Emanuele Bardare), after the play El Trovador by Antonio García Gutiérrez.
  19. La Traviata
    (6.3.1853 Teatro la Fenice, Venice) Opera in 4 parts, Francesco Maria Piave, after the play La Dame aux camélias by Alexandre Dumas fils.
  20. Les Vêpres Siciliennes
    (13.6.1855 Académie Impériale de Musique, Paris) Grand opera in 5 acts, Augustin Eugène Scribe and Charles Duveyrier, after their libretto Le Duc d’Albe
  21. Giovanna de Guzman (I vespri siciliani)
    (26.12.1855 Teatro Regio, Parma – Scribe and Eugenio Caimi)
  22. Simon Boccanegra
    (12.3.1857 Teatro la Fenice, Venice) Opera in a prologue and 3 acts, Francesco Maria Piave (and Giuseppe Montanelli), after the play Simon Bocanegra by Antonio García Gutiérrez.
  23. Aroldo
    (rev. of Stiffelio) (16.8.1857 Teatro Nuovo, Rimini) Opera in 4 parts, Francesco Maria Piave
  24. Un Ballo in maschera
    (17.2.1859 Teatro Apollo, Rome)  Opera in 3 acts, Antonio Somma, after Scribe’s libretto Gustave III.
  25. La Forza del destino
    (10.11.1862 Bolshoi Theatre, St. Petersburg) Opera in 4 acts, Francesco Maria Piave, (and Andrea Maffei) after the play Don Alvaro, o La Fuerza del sino by Angel de Saavedra, Duke of Rivas, and Schiller’s drama Wallensteins Lager.
  26. Macbeth
    (19.4.1865 Théâtre Lyrique, Paris)
  27. Don Carlos
    (13.6.1855 Académie Impériale de Musique, Paris) Grand opera in 5 acts, Joseph Méry and Camille du Locle, after Schiller’s dramatic poem Don Carlos, Infant von Spanien
  28. Aida
    (24.12.1871 Opera House, Cairo) Opera in 4 acts, Antonio Ghislanzoni, from a scenario by Auguste Mariette.
  29. Don Carlo
    (1872, Naples), translation by Achille de Lauzières, with additions by Antonio Ghislanzoni.
  30. Simon Boccanegra
    (rev.) (24.3.1881 Teatro alla Scala, Milan) Libretto additions and changes by Arrigo Boito.
  31. La Force du destin (rev. of La Forza del destino)
    (14.3.1883, Antwerp) Libretto translated and adapted by Charles Nuitter and Camille du Locle.
  32. Otello
    (5.2.1887 Teatro alla Scala, Milan) Opera in 4 acts, Arrigo Boito, after Shakespeare’s Othello.
  33. Falstaff
    (9.2.1893 Teatro alla Scala, Milan), opera in 3 acts, Arrigo Boito, after Shakespeare’s Falstaff and Henry IV.

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