In Verdi’s operas, the Shakespearean model of a realism that drew sustenance from the union of diverse and contrasting elements found its first application in “Macbeth” . An experimental and unique opera in the Verdian canon, it fuses or juxtaposes elements of tragedy and the grotesque, realism and fantasy in a concoction that animated the considerations of the critics, following the Florentine première in 1847 and throughout the succeeding decades.

"Macbeth", il "mal genio" di Verdi / Capra, Marco. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 27-36.

"Macbeth", il "mal genio" di Verdi

CAPRA, Marco
2014-01-01

Abstract

In Verdi’s operas, the Shakespearean model of a realism that drew sustenance from the union of diverse and contrasting elements found its first application in “Macbeth” . An experimental and unique opera in the Verdian canon, it fuses or juxtaposes elements of tragedy and the grotesque, realism and fantasy in a concoction that animated the considerations of the critics, following the Florentine première in 1847 and throughout the succeeding decades.
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"Macbeth", il "mal genio" di Verdi / Capra, Marco. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 27-36.
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