La battaglia di Legnano (Verdi, Giuseppe)

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Publisher. Info. Milan: Ricordi, n.d. Plate 130182.
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Work Title La battaglia di Legnano
Alternative. Title Tragedia lirica in quattro atti
Composer Verdi, Giuseppe
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 4 Acts
  • Act I. Egli vive
  • Act II. Barbarossa
  • Act III. L'infamia
  • Act IV. Morire per la Patria
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 1849
First Performance. 1849-01-27 in Rome: Teatro Argentina
First Publication. 1849
Librettist Salvatore Cammarano (1801-1852)
Language Italian
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation voices, mixed chorus, and orchestra
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Roles

  • Federico Barbarossa (Basso)
  • I. Console di Milano (Basso)
  • II. Console di Milano (Basso)
  • Il podestà di Como (Basso)
  • Rolando, duce milanese (Baritono)
  • Lida, sua moglie (Soprano)
  • Arrigo, guerriero veronese (Tenore)
  • Marcovaldo, prigioniero Alemanno (Baritono)
  • Imelda, ancella di Lida (Mezzo-soprano)
  • Un araldo (Tenore)
  • Coro: Cavalieri della Morte, Magistrati e Duci Comaschi, Ancelle di Lida, Popolo Milanese, Senatori di Milano, Guerrieri di Verona, di Brescia, di Novara, di Piacenza e di Milano, Esercito Alemanno


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