Giuseppe verdi verdi - john pritchard sir john pritchard la traviata [atto primo - atto secondo ]


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His operas were, with two notable exceptions, anything but comedies. Those exceptions, Un Giorno di regno and Falstaff , bookend his career, the former (his second opera) a complete disaster and the latter (his 26th and final opera) a total triumph. Verdi supplied operas that provided audiences with what they wanted, in the words of musicologists Grout and Williams , his works were "serious, gloomy, and violent; the early works in particular are typical examples of the blood-and-thunder romantic melodrama". Yet despite the improbable and overblown narratives, Verdi's works have an incredible knack for making people laugh, cry and think.


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