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Title: Nabucco
Otros títulos: Nabucco Dramma lirico in quattro parti
Nabucco Lyric drama in Four Parts
Nabucco Drama lírico en Cuatro Partes
Intérprete/ Colaborador: Giuseppe Verdi; Piero Cappuccilli; Placido Domingo; Evgeny Nesterenko; Ghena Dimitrova; Lucia Valentini Terrani; Chor & Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin; Giuseppe Sinopoli
Código CDU: Ve.15
Forma Musical: Operas
Abstract: Nabucco was Verdi's first great success. It is linked not only with the composer's history but also with the history of Italy. The "hit tune," the chorus "Va, pensiero," (Fly, my thoughts) became the unofficial hymn of Italian national liberation and reunification, and even today almost holds the status of national anthem. It was so strongly associated with Verdi that the crowds at his funeral procession spontaneously began to sing it as the cortege passed through the crowded streets of Rome. Verdi at this time in his life was deeply discouraged and unhappy, due both to personal tragedy and to a lack of musical success, and it was the impresario Merelli who forced the libretto upon him. When Verdi tossed the text on a table, intending to have nothing to do with it, it opened at the words "Va, pensiero," and he read it, and then read the rest; at their next meeting, Merelli was able to persuade Verdi to continue his musical career with a setting of this libretto. So it's not that ...


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Nabucco - Sinfonia.wav 7:31 75.83Mb WAV audio wav
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Nabucco - Part Two.wav 29:46 300.3Mb WAV audio wav
Nabucco - Part Three.wav 26:18 265.5Mb WAV audio wav
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