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Tutto Verdi!

Author: myfidelio

All of Verdi’s operas are available on demand on fidelio.

  • Tutto Verdi auf fidelio | Copyright: © Nina Streit

    Tutto Verdi auf fidelio © Nina Streit

  • Un ballo in maschera | Copyright: © Roberto Ricci-Teatro Regio di Parma

    Un ballo in maschera © Roberto Ricci-Teatro Regio di Parma

  • La traviata | Copyright: © Roberto Ricci-Teatro Regio di Parma

    La traviata © Roberto Ricci-Teatro Regio di Parma

Tutto Verdi! This October, we are celebrating Giuseppe Verdi’s birthday on fidelio! The exceptionally productive composer wrote a total of 26 operas. In fidelio’s archive you can stream all of them – including introductions. Most of the operas were recorded in Verdi’s native Teatro Regio di Parma.

Here they are in chronological order, all available on demand on fidelio:

1. “Oberto Conte Di San Bonifacio” 1839
2. “Un Giorno Di Regno”, later “Il Finto Stanislao” 1840
3. “Nabucodonosor”, later “Nabucco” 1842
4. “I Lombardi Alla Prima Crociata” 1843
5. “Ernani” 1844
6. “I Due Foscari” 1844
7. “Giovanna D’Arco” 1845
8. “Alzira” 1845
9. “Attila” 1846
10. “Macbeth” 1847
11. “I Masnadieri” 1847
12. “Il Corsaro” 1848
13. “La Battaglia Di Legnano”
14. “Luisa Miller” 1849
15. “Stiffelio” 1850
16. “Rigoletto” 1851
17. “Il Trovatore” 1853
18. “La Traviata” 1853
19. “Giovanna De Guzman”, later “I Vespri Siciliani” 1855
20. “Simon Boccanegra” 1857
21. “Un Ballo In Maschera” 1859
22. “La Forza Del Destino” 1862
23. “Aida” 1871
24. “Don Carlo” 1884
25. “Otello” 1887
26. “Falstaff” 1893

Don’t forget to watch fidelio’s latest Verdi addition “Simon Boccanegra“ from the Salzburg Festival 2019 with Luca Salsi, Marina Rebeka, René Pape and Charles Castronovo.

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