Thursday, January 8, 2009

Puccini Madame Butterfly, Viss d'arte Downloads

Download Puccini's Madame Butterfly (Che tua madre dovra, with the Delphi Ensemble) and Tosca: Vissi d'arte (with Peter Nilsson at the piano).

To download files, Right click on the link and click on "save as"

To register for The Passion's of Puccini Lecture-Performance, contact the UCT EMS Office.

Giacomo Puccini was the most important composer of Italian opera after Verdi. He wrote in the verismo style, a counterpart to the movement of Realism in literature and a trend that favored subjects and characters from everyday life for opera. On his often commonplace settings Puccini lavished memorable melodies and lush orchestration. It was around the turn of the twentieth century that he reached his artistic zenith, composing in succession his three most popular and effective operas, La Bohème, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly.

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