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by Antonio Maria Bononcini

eBook Griselda ePub
Author: Antonio Maria Bononcini
ISBN: 0824026209
ISBN13: 978-0824026202
Publisher: Garland (1977)
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Griselda is an opera (dramma per musica) in three acts composed by Antonio Maria Bononcini.

Griselda is an opera (dramma per musica) in three acts composed by Antonio Maria Bononcini. The opera uses a slightly revised version of the 1701 Italian libretto by Apostolo Zeno that was based on Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron (X, 10, "The Patient Griselda"). The opera was dedicated to Prince Maximilian Karl von Löwenstein, the Austrian governor of Milan, who died during the opera's world première on 26 December 1718 at the Teatro Regio Ducal in Milan.

Griselda is a dramma per musica in three acts that was composed by Giovanni Bononcini. The opera uses a revised version of the 1701 Italian libretto by Apostolo Zeno that was based on Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron (X, 10, "The Patient Griselda"). The Italian poet Paolo Antonio Rolli was hired to revise the text. Bononcini's opera premiered in London at the King’s Theatre on 22 February 1722.

Antonio Maria Bononcini (18 June 1677 – 8 July 1726) was an Italian cellist and composer, the younger brother of the better-known Giovanni Bononcini. Bononcini was born and died at Modena in Italy. Like his brother, he studied with Giovanni Paolo Colonna. Between 1690 and 1693, he played in the orchestra of Cardinal Pamphili. In 1698 he composed an allegory, La fama eroica, for performance in Rome

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Griselda (Antonio Maria Bononcini). Flag as Inappropriate. Griselda is a dramma per musica in three acts that was composed by Antonio Maria Bononcini. The opera was dedicated to Prince Maximilian Karl von Löwenstein, the Austrian governor of Milan, who died during the opera's world première on 26 December 1718 at the Teatro Regio.

Griselda is an opera in three acts composed by Antonio Maria Bononcini. Nevertheless, Bononcini's opera was well received and enjoyed several revivals during the eighteenth century. The opera uses a slightly revised version of the 1701 Italian libretto by Apostolo Zeno that was based on Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron.

Bononcini: Griselda – Highlights. 1967 Decca Music Group Limited. Released on: 1968-01-01. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Griselda is an opera in three acts composed by Antonio Maria Bononcini Griselda (Antonio Maria Bononcini). The opera was dedicated to Prince. Griselda (Antonio Maria Bononcini). Opera by Antonio Maria Bononcini.

Aliases: Бонончини Антонио Мария, Марк-Антонио Бонончини, Бонончини Марк-Антонио. Compositions by: Bononcini, Antonio Maria. Andromeda (Bononcini, Antonio Maria). Arminio (Bononcini, Antonio Maria). D. La decollazione di S. Giovanni Batista (Bononcini, Antonio Maria). I. Idol mio, bel tesoro (Bononcini, Antonio Maria). L. Lontananza (Bononcini, Antonio Maria).

Antonio Maria Bononcini:. has been added to your Cart. Bononcini himself should not be confused with his father Giovanni Maria (composer and violinist) or indeed his brother Giovanni, all three of them outstanding composers of the Modenese school

Antonio Maria Bononcini:. Bononcini himself should not be confused with his father Giovanni Maria (composer and violinist) or indeed his brother Giovanni, all three of them outstanding composers of the Modenese school. Antonio made his name in Vienna, where he was appointed composer to the court of Emperor Joseph I in 1710, and one may hear why from the restrained pathos of this Stabat mater, with its slowly-modulating grand choruses of great tension and its arias which suspend time with contemplation of a particular aspect of Christs agony on the Cross.

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