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Gaetano Donizett Essay

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Kathleen Battle Born on august 13, 1948 in Portsmouth Ohio she is considered she is famous for being an African-American sopranos. She attended Cincinnati College Conservatory for singing training. She got the attention while at college from a conductor who took her sing the Brahms Requiem at the Spoleto Festival in South Carolina in 1972. In 1975 she made her stage debut in Rossinis II barbiere di siviglia as Rosina at the Michigan Opera. Her next role debut in the New York City Opera in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro as Susanna in 1976. While performing there she got the opportunities to sing in orchestras in Los Angeles, New York, and Cleveland. Her first time performing in Europe was in1982 in a Mozart concert, she got associated in many opera…show more content…
Many of the 60 operas Gaetano Dnizett composed are still part of the modern repertoire, and many musicians, composer, and singers go back to his work to perform it. Born in November 29, 1797 in Bergamo Italy, and died in April 8, 1848 in Bergamo Italy. At the age of 8 he was studying opera with composer Simon Mayr, his studies consisted of chamber opera, religious works, and a little of chamber music. In 1822 Naples his first opera was premier “La Zingara”. While at Naples he was working as a composer and conductor thought out the end of the 1820’s and beginning of 1830’s. His first opera hit was Anna Bolena in the 1830. He raised so much awareness of his operas that every year he follow with a new composed symphony would get the same appreciation as the previous ones. All his song was considered master piece, a fine piece of art. His last opera was in 1843 Caterina Cornaro which is consider one of his finest masterpiece.
The song Ah Tardai Troppo perform by Kathleen Battle and Composer Gaetano Don is a soft symphony opera concert the style of this song is classical symphony and the period is Baroque Classical Music the song I composed on a polynomial structure the canon in this song fits jut perfect between the melodies and the singer I think this song was a flash back of Mozart symphonies which are classics this song is also an absolute
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