Verdi created 28 works for the musical stage, from his fledgling Oberto of 1839 (after it's La Scala premiere the impresario Bartolomeo Merelli commissioned him to compose no fewer than three further operas) all the way to Falstaff of 1893. Verdi thus wrote half a century of opera history. This is also reflected in the arias Tezier has chosen for his debut album at Sony Classical. They begin with early works from what Verdi himself called his "years in the galleys", such as Nabucco (1842) and Ernani (1844), his first collaboration with the librettist Francesco Maria Piave, who would later become so important to him. They then continue through the famous "big three" that finally brought him worldwide fame - Rigoletto (1851), Il trovatore and La traviata (both 1853) - and come to an end with the late masterpieces Otello (1887) and Falstaff.
Verdi created 28 works for the musical stage, from his fledgling Oberto of 1839 (after it's La Scala premiere the impresario Bartolomeo Merelli commissioned him to compose no fewer than three further operas) all the way to Falstaff of 1893. Verdi thus wrote half a century of opera history. This is also reflected in the arias Tezier has chosen for his debut album at Sony Classical. They begin with early works from what Verdi himself called his "years in the galleys", such as Nabucco (1842) and Ernani (1844), his first collaboration with the librettist Francesco Maria Piave, who would later become so important to him. They then continue through the famous "big three" that finally brought him worldwide fame - Rigoletto (1851), Il trovatore and La traviata (both 1853) - and come to an end with the late masterpieces Otello (1887) and Falstaff.
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Format: CD
Label: SOIP
Rel. Date: 02/12/2021
UPC: 194397536324

Verdi
Artist: Verdi / Tezier / Chaslin
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. From the Third Act of the Opera "The Power of Fate" "Dying... What a Terrifying Thing" (Carlo)
2. From the Fourth Act of the Opera "Don Carlos" (French Version) "I Am.", Carlos!... the Best Day of My Life "(Rod League)
3. From Act 3 of the Opera" Ernani " Great God! They on the Marble of This Grave "(Carlo)
4. Opera" Ernani " from Act 2 "Come with Me, Just Roses" (Carlo)
5. Opera "Falstaff" from Act 2 "Is This a Dream? Makoto?" (Ford)
6. Opera "Trova Torre" from Act 2 "There Is No Sign of a Person at All... That Person's Faint Smile" (Count Luna)
7. Opera "Tsubakihime" from Act 2 "The Sea and the Earth of Provence" (Verdi)
8. Opera from Act 4 of "MacBeth" "Betrayal! Do You Face Me with England?" (MacBeth)
9. From Part 4 of the Opera "Nabukko" "God of Judah" (Nabukko)
10. Opera "Otero" 2nd from the Curtain, "I Believe, the Ruthless God Who Made Me" (Yago)
11. From the Second Act of the Opera "Rigoletto", "Court Vassals, Those Cursed By Vulgarity" (Rigoletto)
12. Opera from Act 1 of "Masked Dance" "In a Life Smiling at You" (Lenato)
13. From Act 3 of the Opera "Masked Dance" "Stand Up! Your Son Is Over There" (Lenato)
14. From Act 4 of the Opera "Don Carlo" (Italian Version) "I Am Carlos!... the Best Day of My Life" (Rodrigo)

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Verdi created 28 works for the musical stage, from his fledgling Oberto of 1839 (after it's La Scala premiere the impresario Bartolomeo Merelli commissioned him to compose no fewer than three further operas) all the way to Falstaff of 1893. Verdi thus wrote half a century of opera history. This is also reflected in the arias Tezier has chosen for his debut album at Sony Classical. They begin with early works from what Verdi himself called his "years in the galleys", such as Nabucco (1842) and Ernani (1844), his first collaboration with the librettist Francesco Maria Piave, who would later become so important to him. They then continue through the famous "big three" that finally brought him worldwide fame - Rigoletto (1851), Il trovatore and La traviata (both 1853) - and come to an end with the late masterpieces Otello (1887) and Falstaff.


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