Cavalleria Rusticana.English

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Cavalleria Rusticana, from Mascagni, is one of the best classical Italian operas and its music is a real gift for the spirit. Enjoy it!

Cavalleria Rusticana, de Mascagni, es una de las mejores óperas italianas y su música es un verdadero regalo para el espíritu. ¡Disfrútenla!

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Cavalleria Rusticana.English

  1. 1. CLICK TO START Click on Get File to see PPS effects and listen to the music
  2. 2. Click on Get File to see PPS effects and listen to the music
  3. 4. Cavalleria Rusticana, premiered in Roma in 1890, is a compact and tense story of passion, betrayal, and retribution. It is a first-rate libretto -one of the best ever put forth. The hot blood of the story courses through the music of Mascagni, who in his score also has quieter passages that make the cries of passion the more poignant. Like practically every enduring success, that of Cavalleria Rusticana rests upon merit. From beginning to end Cavalleria Rusticana is an inspiration. Besides the INTERLUDE that we are just listening to, the famous symphonic INTERMEZZO that the orchestra plays between the first and second scene has been considered a true compendium of musical beauty. We will enjoy it next but please… volume up! And LIVE the music!
  4. 5. We will enjoy it next but please… volume up! And LIVE the music!
  5. 6. We will enjoy it next but please… volume up! And LIVE the music!
  6. 11. [email_address] During this presentation we have listened to fragments of PRELUDE and INTERMEZZO from the opera Cavalleria Rusticana, recorded by the Symphonic Orchestra of Berlin when still directed by Herbert Von Karajian. Research and images: Internet.
  7. 12. [email_address] During this presentation we have listened to fragments of PRELUDE and INTERMEZZO from the opera Cavalleria Rusticana, recorded by the Symphonic Orchestra of Berlin when still directed by Herbert Von Karajian. Research and images: Internet.

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