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  1. Arrigo Boito, Italian poet and composer acclaimed for his opera Mefistofele (; for which he composed both libretto and music) and his librettos after William Shakespeare for Giuseppe Verdi’s Otello () and Falstaff (). The son of an Italian painter of miniatures and a Polish countess.
  2. Apr 15,  · Mefistofele is an opera in a prologue, four acts and an epilogue, the only completed opera by the Italian composer-librettist Arrigo Boito. Mefistofele premiered on 5 March at La Scala, Milan under the baton of the composer himself. The revised version was premiered in Bologna on 4 October , and was an immediate success.
  3. Mefistofele (Boito, Arrigo) N. Nerone (Boito, Arrigo) Collections (1) Collections by or with: Boito, Arrigo. The following 1 pages are in this category, out of 1 total. B. Biblioteca d'oro (Longo, Alessandro) As Editor (1) Works edited by: Boito, Arrigo.
  4. Italian librettist, composer, poet and critic Arrigo Boito (–) was an important figure in late 19th-century Italian musical life. He is best known today for his librettos for Verdi’s Otello and Falstaff and Ponchielli’s La Gioconda, and his own opera Mefistofele.. Boito was born in Padua and was raised by his Polish mother in Venice.
  5. "Mefistofele", an adaptation of the Faust legend for which Boito wrote both text and music, was a fiasco at its La Scala premiere, but the revised version scored a hit and it is still in the operatic repertory. Its "Prologue in Heaven" is often performed as a separate concert piece.
  6. BOITO, Arrigo. - Poeta e musicista, nato a Padova il 24 febbraio , morto a Milano il 10 giugno La madre di lui, contessa Giuseppina Radolinska, polacca, fu abbandonata dal marito cav. Silvestro, miniatore bellunese, con due figlioli grandicelli, BOITO, Arrigo e Camillo (v.), e ottenne per via di supplica una pensione di stato che permise l'ammissione di Arrigo nel conservatorio di.
  7. Mefistofele Arrigo Boito. Personaggi: Mefistofele (basso) Faust (tenore) Margherita (soprano) Marta (mezzo-soprano) Elena (soprano) Pantalis (mezzo Atto Secondo Il giardino, La notte del Sabba; Atto Terzo La morte di Margherita. Seconda Parte: Atto Quarto La notte del Sabba classico. Epilogo La morte di Faust. transcribed by Stephen L.
  8. Sep 27,  · Album Date with the Devil (Samuel Ramey) Arrigo Boito, Mefistofele - Prologo in cielo - Duration: Mario Rossi 13, views. Mefistofele: Act II - Ridda e fuga infernale - .
  9. Find Arrigo Boito credit information on AllMusic. Italian Arrigo Boito () was notable for his achievements as an opera composer, a librettist for other composers, and a poet.

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