Giuseppe Verdi

Musical Artist

Musical Genres
Musical Artist Home Page
Giuseppe Verdi, official site. this site, which is powered by Verdi's own foundation pretty much fills all the possible settings for links. it has discografia, a biography part, pictures from operas, librettos and even a download/streaming section. wh (www.giuseppeverdi.it)
Giuseppe Verdi, sito ufficiale. Questo sito, curato dalla Fondazione Verdi, contiene in pratica tutte le risorse per effettuare dei collegamenti alle informazioni. Ci sono la discografia, una sezione biografica, foto dalle opere, libretti e pure una sezio (www.giuseppeverdi.it)
Albums
Tracks Recorded
La donna é mobile (Juan Diego Florez) (La donna é mobile (Juan Diego Florez), 143.106)
Rigoletto: Questa o Quella (Plácido Domingo) (Rigoletto: Questa o Quella (Plácido Domingo), 112.213)
Act I. Scene 1: Alta cagion v'aduna (Aida (Chorus and Orchestra of the Opera House, Rome feat. conductor: Tullio Serafin) (disc 1), Act I. Scene 1: Alta cagion v'aduna, 360.76)
 

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Margherita Barezzi
Children
Virginia Verdi
Icilio Verdi
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Date of birth
1813-10-10
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Verdi's operas are one among the few that have remained part of the standard reparatory. They are distinguished by dramatic staging and singing, and the large number of arias, choruses, and numbers.
Category
performing arts and sports
Disciplines
composer
Connections from
giuseppe fortunino francesco verdi met giuseppe giovanni maria mazzini (Giuseppe Mazzini)
giuseppe fortunino francesco verdi publisher was giulio ricordi (Giulio Ricordi)
giuseppe fortunino francesco verdi adapted work of william shakespeare (William Shakespeare)
Connections to
ludwig van beethoven met giuseppe fortunino francesco verdi (Ludwig van Beethoven)
alexandre dumas, fils world adapted by giuseppe fortunino francesco verdi (Alexandre Dumas)
gioacchino rossini work related to giuseppe fortunino francesco verdi (Gioacchino Rossini)
Has sentences
Verdi was a precociously talented child and was already performing the organ at his local church at age nine. (Details)
In 1831 he went to live with the local merchant and musical patron Antonio Barezzi. (Details)
A year later, he applied for admission to the Milan conservatory and was rejected. (Details)
 

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Date of death
1901-01-27
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Structures Owned
Villa Verdi (1901, 1948)
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Source: Giuseppe Verdi on Freebase licensed under CC-BY
 by Freebase GiuseppeVerdi.jpg by Freebase Verdi.jpg by Freebase GiuseppeVerdi by Flickr user cliff1066™ Organ by Flickr user spaceodissey Le Jour ni l'Heure 0510 : autoportrait avec le jeune Verdi, Busseto, province de Parme, Émilie-Romagne, Italie, hôtel I Due Foscari, ch. 19, samedi 6 août 2011, 22:20:32 by Flickr user Renaud Camus Le Jour ni l'Heure 0632 : autoportrait ottocentesque, Villa Pallavicino (musée Verdi), Busseto, province de Parme, Émilie-Romagne, Italie, dimanche 7 août 2011, 14:43:42 by Flickr user Renaud Camus Giuseppe Verdi by Flickr user Chiara Marra Le Jour ni l'Heure 0546 : statue de Giuseppe Verdi et Rocca palavicinienne, auj. mairie, à Busseto, province de Parme, en Émilie-Romagne, Italie,  dimanche 7 août 2011, 10:06:20 by Flickr user Renaud Camus Le Jour ni l'Heure 0554 : vue de Roncole Verdi, village natal de Joseph François Fortunin Verdi, 1813-1901, commune de Busseto, province de Parme, Émilie-Romagne, Italie, dimanche 7 août 2011, 10:22:25 by Flickr user Renaud Camus  by Flickr user David Locke