Title
Pagliacci
Composer
Ruggiero Leoncavallo 1857-1919
Performer
Plácido Domingo 1941- (tenor;dirigent) Veronica Villarroel  (sopraan) Gregory Yurisich  (bariton) Manuel Lanza  (zangstem) Franco Zeffirelli  (regisseur) Washington National Opera Chorus  (koor) Washington National Opera Orchestra  (orkest)
Conductor
Leonard Slatkin 1944-
Publisher
Warner, 2012 | Other editions
1 dvd-video
EAN
0825646660070
CDR
DCD1195
Placing suggestion
32 - Opera (NBLC) K5 - Opera, operette en andere theatermuziek met vocale inbreng (Flemish music schema)

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About Ruggiero Leoncavallo

Ruggero (or Ruggiero) Leoncavallo (UK: LAY-on-kav-AL-oh, US: LAY-ohn-kə-VAH-loh, -⁠kah-, Italian: [rudˈdʒɛːro leˌoŋkaˈvallo]; 23 April 1857 – 9 August 1919) was an Italian opera composer and librettist. Although he produced numerous operas and other songs throughout his career it is his opera Pagliacci (1892) that remained his lasting contribution, despite attempts to escape the shadow of his greatest success.

Today he remains largely known for Pagliacci, one of the most popular and frequently performed works in the opera repertory. His other compositions include the song "Mattinata", popularized by Enrico Caruso, and the symphonic poem La …Read more on Wikipedia

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