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Da Giacomo Puccini, 1908

Da Giacomo Puccini (* 22. Dezemba 1858 z Lucca; † 29. Novemba 1924 z Brüssel), voistendi Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini', wor a italienischa Komponist.

Ea is oana vo de grässdn Komponistn an da Joarhundadwend vom 19. zum 20. Joarhundad. Seine Opan zäin af da ganzn Wäid bis heit zum Standard Repertoire.

Ea woa uaspringli in da italienischn Romantik vawuazl, hod se oba zum Verismo (= gsteigada Realismus) weida entwicklt.

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Des is im Puccini sei Weaklistn.[1]

Opan[VE | Weakln]

  • Le Villi, libretto by Ferdinando Fontana (in one act – premiered at the Teatro Dal Verme, 31 May 1884)
    • second version (in two acts – premiered at the Teatro Regio of Torino, 26 December 1884)
    • third version (in two acts – premiered at La Scala (the Teatro alla Scala), 24 January 1885)
    • fourth version (in two acts – premiered at the Teatro dal Verme, 7 November 1889)
  • Edgar, libretto by Ferdinando Fontana (in four acts – premiered at La Scala, 21 April 1889)
    • second version (in four acts – premiered at the Teatro del Giglio, 5 September 1891)
    • third version (in three acts – premiered at the Teatro Comunale, 28 January 1892)
    • fourth version (in three acts – premiered at the Teatro Colón di Buenos Aires, 8 July 1905)
  • Manon Lescaut, libretto by Luigi Illica, Marco Praga and Domenico Oliva (premiered at the Teatro Regio, 1 February 1893)
    • second version (premiered at the Teatro Coccia, 21 December 1893)
  • La bohème, libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa (premiered at the Teatro Regio of Torino, 1 February 1896)
  • Tosca, libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa (premiered at the Teatro Costanzi, 14 January 1900)
  • Madama Butterfly, libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa (in two acts – premiered at La Scala, 17 February 1904)
    • second version (in two acts – premiered at the Teatro Grande di Brescia, 28 May 1904)
    • third version (premiered at Covent Garden, London 10 July 1905)
    • fourth version (premiered at the Opéra-Comique in Paris, 28 December 1906)
    • fifth version (premiered at the Teatro Carcano, 9 December 1920)
  • La fanciulla del West, libretto by Guelfo Civinini and Carlo Zangarini (premiered at the Metropolitan Opera, 10 December 1910)
    • second version (premiered at La Scala, 29 December 1912)
  • La rondine, libretto by Giuseppe Adami (premiered at the Opéra of Monte Carlo, 27 March 1917)
    • second version (premiered at the Opéra of Monte Carlo, 10 April 1920)
    • third version (possible premier at the Teatro Verdi, 11 April 1924); orchestration of the third act completed in 1994 by Lorenzo Ferrero (premiered at Teatro Regio di Torino, 22 March 1994)
  • Il trittico (premiered at the Metropolitan Opera, 14 December 1918)
    • Il tabarro, libretto by Giuseppe Adami
    • Suor Angelica, libretto by Giovacchino Forzano
    • Gianni Schicchi, libretto by Giovacchino Forzano
  • Turandot, libretto by Renato Simoni and Giuseppe Adami (incomplete at the time of Puccini's death, completed by Franco Alfano: premiered at La Scala, 25 April 1926; an alternative completion was commissioned from Luciano Berio in 2002)

Andane Kompositiona[VE | Weakln]

  • A te (c. 1875)
  • Preludio a orchestra (1876)
  • Plaudite populi (Lucca, 1877)
  • Credo (Lucca, 1878)
  • Vexilla Regis (1878)
  • Messa a 4 voci con orchestra (Lucca, 1880) Published in 1951 as Messa di Gloria
  • Adagio in A major (1881)
  • Largo Adagetto in F major (c. 1881–83)
  • Salve del ciel Regina (c. 1882)
  • Mentìa l’avviso (c. 1882)
  • Preludio Sinfonico in A major (Milan, 1882)
  • Fugues (c. 1883)
  • Scherzo in D (1883)
  • Storiella d’amore (1883)
  • Capriccio Sinfonico (Milan, 1883)
  • Sole ed amore (1888)
  • Crisantemi (string quartet, 1890, "Alla memoria di Amedeo di Savoia Duca d'Aosta", composed in the course of a single night in memory of his friend the duke of Aosta)[2] [3]
  • Minuetto n.1 (string quartet, published about 1892, "A.S.A.R. Vittoria Augusta di Borbone, Principessa di Capua")
  • Minuetto n.2 (string quartet, published about 1892, "All'esimio violinista prof. Augusto Michelangeli")
  • Minuetto n.3 (string quartet, published about 1892, "All'amico maestro Carlo Carignani")
  • Piccolo valzer (1894)
  • Avanti Urania! (1896)
  • Scossa elettrica (1896)
  • Inno a Diana (1897)
  • E l'uccellino (1899)
  • Terra e mare (1902)
  • Canto d'anime (1904)
  • Requiem (27 January 1905, Milan)
  • Casa mia, casa mia (1908)
  • Sogno d'or (1913)
  • Pezzo per pianoforte (1916)
  • Morire? (c. 1917) – This song was transposed by a half step (into G-flat major) and set to different text in the 1st revision of his work La rondine called "Parigi è la città dei desideri" which is sung by Ruggero in the 1st act. Besides the key and text changes, it is the exact music to the aria.
  • Inno a Roma (1 June 1919, Rome)

Literadua[VE | Weakln]

  • Luigi Ricci: Puccini interprete di se stesso, Ricordi, Milano 1954 (rist. 2003, ISBN 88-7592-725-1).
  • Mosco Carner: Puccini. Biografia critica. Il Saggiatore, Milano 1961.
  • Antonino Titone: Vissi d'arte: Puccini e il disfacimento del melodramma. Feltrinelli, Milano 1972.
  • Enzo Siciliano: Puccini. Rizzoli Verlag, Milano 1976.
  • Clemens Höslinger: Giacomo Puccini: Mit Selbstzeugnissen und Bilddokumenten. Rowohlt Verlag, Reinbek 1984, ISBN 3-499-50325-5.
  • Giorgio Magri: L'uomo Puccini. Mursia, Milano 1992, ISBN 88-425-1263-X.
  • Michele Girardi: Giacomo Puccini. L'arte internazionale di un musicista italiano. Marsilio, Venezia 1995, ISBN 88-317-5818-7.
  • Fedele d'Amico: L'albero del bene e del male – naturalismo e decadentismo in Puccini (raccolta di scritti a cura di Jacopo Pellegrini), Maria Pacini Fazzi, Lucca 2000, ISBN 88-7246-403-X.
  • Julian Budden: Puccini. (ed. originale: Puccini – His Life and Works. New York, Oxford University Press 2002), trad. it. di Gabriella Biagi Ravenni, Carocci Editore, Roma 2005, ISBN 88-430-3522-3.
  • Eduardo Rescigno: Dizionario Pucciniano. Ricordi/BMG Publications, San Giuliano Milanese 2004, ISBN 88-7592-767-7.
  • Howard Greenfeld: Puccini - Sein Leben und seine Welt. Athenäum, ISBN 3-7610-8181-2.
  • Dieter Schickling: Puccini - Biographie. Carus/Reclam-Verlag, Stuttgart 2007, ISBN 978-3-89948-087-0. (Neue Version der Erstausgabe von 1983)
  • Georg Gerry Tremmel: John Luther Long (1861–1927): „Madame Butterfly“ (1898). Das literarische Konzept der amerikanischen Kurzgeschichte im historischen Kontext. Logos-Verlag, Berlin 2007, ISBN 978-3-8325-1076-3.
  • Benedikt Stegemann: Orpheus, der klingende Opernführer, Folge 2: Giacomo Puccini, Ricordi, München, 2006, ISBN 978-3-938809-52-5
  • Michael Klonovsky: Der Schmerz der Schönheit. Über Giacomo Puccini. Berlin Verlag, Berlin 2008, ISBN 978-3-8270-0771-1.
  • Adrian Mourby: „Scandalissimo! Puccini's sex life exposed.“ In: The Independent, 6. Juli 2008.
  • Helmut Krausser: Die kleinen Gärten des Maestro Puccini. Dokumentar-Roman, DuMont-Buchverlag, Köln 2008, ISBN 978-3-8321-7989-2.
  • Helmut Krausser: Zwei ungleiche Rivalen. Puccini und Franchetti. C. Bertelsmann, München 2010, ISBN 978-3-570-58011-0.
  • Sadie, Stanley (ed.), The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, London: Macmillan/New York: Grove, 1980, ISBN 1-56159-174-2.
  • Smith, Peter Fox. A Passion for Opera. Trafalgar Square Books, 2004. ISBN 1-57076-280-5.
  • Streatfield, Richard Alexander, Masters of Italian music, C. Scribner's Sons, 1895.
  • Weaver, William, and Simonetta Puccini, eds. The Puccini Companion, W.W. Norton & Co., 1994 ISBN 0-393-029-30
  • Wilson, Alexandra, The Puccini Problem: Opera, Nationalism, and Modernity, Cambridge University Press (2007)
  • Randall, Annie J. and David, Rosalind G., Puccini & the Girl, Chicago: University of Chicago Press ISDN 0226703894
  • Siff, Ira, "Puccini: La Fanciulla del West," Opera News, Vol. 77 No. 1, July 2012.
  • Sadie, Stanley; Laura Williams Macy, The Grove Book of Operas.

Im Netz[VE | Weakln]

 Commons: Giacomo Puccini – Oibum mit Buidl, Videos und Audiodateien

Beleg[VE | Weakln]

  1. Weaklistn aus da englischn Wikipedia importiad. (Owgruafa am 13. Mai 2014)
  2. http://allegriquartet.org.uk/ProgrammeNotes/PucciniCrisantemi.htm
  3. The Cambridge Companion to the String Quartet, p. 260
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