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Perrone silvia 2010-11_esercizio4

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Perrone silvia 2010-11_esercizio4

  1. 3. • Family and childhood • Greece, USA, Italy • Voice • Her decline
  2. 4. 1923. Maria was born in New York, on December 2nd 1928. She had a serious accident. She heard mysterious sounds. 1931. She started playing the piano.
  3. 5. 1945-1947. Maria returned in New York. She refused a contract with the Metropolitan. 1947-1957. Maria had a great success in Italy. These were the “gold years”. 1937-1945.Maria’s parents divorced. She went in Athens.
  4. 7. Athens. Maria found hostility. Rome. She had to sing at the “Opera”. She was voiceless. Milan. Her wealthy conditions were alarming.
  5. 9. First Concerts: 1949 Il primo disco Maria Callas (soprano) 1952 La Gioconda Maria Callas, Fedora Barbieri, Maria Amadini, Giulio Neri, Gianni Poggi, Paolo Silveri 1953 Lucia di Lammermoor Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Tito Gobbi 1953 I puritani Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Rolando Panerai, Nicola Rossi-Lemeni 1953 Cavalleria rusticana Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Rolando Panerai 1953 Tosca Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Tito Gobbi 1953 La traviata Maria Callas, Francesco Albanese, Ugo Savarese 1954 Norma Maria Callas, Mario Filippeschi, Ebe Stignani, Nicola Rossi-Lemeni 1954 Pagliacci Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Tito Gobbi, Nicola Monti, Rolando Panerai 1954 La forza del destino Maria Callas, Richard Tucker, Carlo Tagliabue, Nicola Rossi-Lemeni, Elena Nicolai 1955 Callas at La scala Maria Callas (soprano) 1955 Madama Butterfly Maria Callas, Lucia Danieli, Nicolai Gedda, Luisa Villa, Mario Borriello, Renato Ercolani 1949 1952 1953 1954 1955
  6. 11.  Petrolli,Alberto. “La Divina Callas. Vita e arte”.1991  Chiarelli, Cristina Gastel. “Maria Callas. Vita immagini parole musica”. 1981

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