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  • Giuseppe Verdi Milan, Italy, 1893Like Otello written in a final, brilliant outpouring in 1887, Falstaff – after Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor – is a Verdian favourite among buffs, though some find its quixotic, quick-fire charms less beguiling.

    Top 50 operas

  • Take that, Giuseppe Silliest of all, Mr. Slatkin writes that: "Realizing that my credibility as a Verdian might be questioned, I decided never to reveal [to the orchestra] that this score was new to me."

    A Blog Too Far: How the Maestro Made Them Mad

  • Silliest of all, Mr. Slatkin writes that: "Realizing that my credibility as a Verdian might be questioned, I decided never to reveal [to the orchestra] that this score was new to me."

    A Blog Too Far: How the Maestro Made Them Mad

  • Visconti's achievement is not only to effectively illustrate the film's setting, but also to reflect back on the Verdian style, to show how the time and place gave the music an added power.

    Un Ballo

  • Asher Fisch ' s conducting grew progressively more interesting, catching the sweep of the Verdian melodies in the big lyrical moments and helping the singers carry the show.

    Productions Better Heard Than Seen

  • Many male voices, in particular, proved easy to mold into that precious commodity: the Verdian tenor.

    Singing The Classics

  • McClatchy believes the central narrative has strong parallels with Verdian subject matter.

    Big Brother sings!

  • A rather unexpected hit of Domingo better known for his heroic Verdian roles his Otelo is the one for our lifetimes.

    09/25/2005 - 10/02/2005

  • LOTHIAN (voice-over): An hour later, a Cape Verdian man in the U.S. illegally, agents say, is cornered in the city of Brockton as he walks down the sidewalk.

    CNN Transcript Jan 28, 2005

  • (In many ways, Forza is the most Verdian of his operas.)

    Is Licitra Tomorrow's Tenor? The Heir Apparent Appraised

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