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Verdi, Giuseppe Giuseppe Verdi
Italia Italia
(1813 - 1901)
336 sheet music
217 MP3
47 MIDI


Instrumentations :
CHOIR - VOCAL
› Piano and Voice (1) Original
› Soli, Chorus and Orchestra (1) Original
› Choral SATB, Piano (1)
PIANO
› Piano solo (9)
› 1 Piano, 4 Hands (duet) (1)
VIOLIN - FIDDLE
› Violin and Piano (2)
› 2 Violins (duet) (1)
ORGAN - ORGAO

Arrangers : › Verdi, Giuseppe Original (2)
› Dewagtere, Bernard (18)
› Grobe, Charles (1)
› Koda, Kenichi (1)
› Kunkel, Charles (Claude Melnotte) (1)
› MACHELLA, MAURIZIO (1)
› Melchiori, Antonio (1)

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Verdi, Giuseppe: Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore for Winds & Strings

Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore for Winds & Strings
IGV 31 Act 2 Scene 1
Giuseppe Verdi




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Composer :Giuseppe VerdiVerdi, Giuseppe (1813 - 1901)
Instrumentation :

Winds & String Orchestra

Style :

Classical

Publisher :Magatagan, Mike (1960 - )
Date :1874
Copyright :Public Domain
"Il trovatore" (The Troubadour) opera in four acts by Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi that premiered at the Teatro Apollo in Rome on January 19, 1853. Verdi prepared a revised version in French, Le Trouvère, with added ballet music, which premiered at the Paris Opéra on January 12, 1857. Based on the 1836 play El trovador by Antonio García Gutiérrez, the opera is one of three considered to represent the culmination of Verdi’s artistry to that point. (The other two are Rigoletto and La traviata.)

Verdi was impressed with García Gutiérrez’s melodramatic play and engaged Cammarano (Verdi’s collaborator on three previous operas) to write a libretto based on it, although no theatre had commissioned the work. The librettist was reluctant, and Verdi’s correspondence with him reveals a struggle between them as Verdi sought a new way to present the drama on its own terms, without the constraints of operatic convention. He practically begged Cammarano to release him from the strictures of “cavatinas, duets, trios, choruses, finales, etc., etc.,” and to make “the entire opera…a single piece.”

The opera was a triumph from the first night. Themes of obsession, revenge, war, and family are conveyed through characters who present dramatic contrasts. The central character—and the one who seems to have attracted Verdi’s interest most strongly—is the gypsy Azucena. (He had considered naming the opera for her.) The composer, who by this time had mastered the Romantic and bel canto traditions, took so many aspects of the opera (including fiery characters, extreme dramatic situations, and virtuosic demands on singers) to the very limits of current possibilities that later critics ridiculed the characters and plot as being well beyond plausible. Yet the music was transcendent, and the opera continues to be widely performed. Act II features the “"Anvil Chorus"” (or “"Gypsy Chorus"”), which has become one of the best-known passages in the operatic repertoire.

Source: Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anvil_Chorus).

Although originally created for Orchestra, I created this Arrangement of the Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore (IGV 31 Act 2 Scene 1) for Winds (Piccolo, Flute, Oboe, Bb Clarinet, French Horn & Bassoon) & Strings (2 Violins, Viola, Cello & Bass).
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Sheet central :Il trovatore (Le Trouvère) (38 sheet music)
Added by magataganm the 2017-12-02


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