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  • 7 Mar 2017
    Susan Rutherford

    International Women’s Day: Verdi and Women

    This book began life with a different title: ‘In tuono deciso’, or Verdi’s Heroines. The phrase ‘in tuono deciso’ (‘in a decided tone’) is a stage direction in the score of Verdi’s Alzira, when the eponymous protagonist is told by her father that she must marry not the man she loves but his enemy — […]

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  • 10 Oct 2013

    Celebrating 200 Years of Verdi

    Today marks the 200th birthday of Giuseppe Verdi, the celebrated Italian opera composer. To honor his legacy, we've created a playlist of some of his finest songs from eight of his beloved operas. To learn more about the composer and his operas, check out The Cambridge Verdi Encyclopedia, the essential reference on the life, works, and legacy of the operatic master.

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