Clues…by Sonia Arienta

In the last Thirthy years, specialists (musicologists, musicians, singers, conductors, directors) and the most well-informed spectators know that Rossini’s Renaissance contributed in a very substantial way to restore worth and rights of this composer in the international scene. Among various and coarse meaning alterations that troubled his operistic production since the middle of nineteenth century, are not only full score’s manipulations and cuts, or stlyles of singing not philological.

The understimate of Rossini’s choices about the subject of his operas induced and sometime yet induce to retain this composer in the middle of his operatic career indifferent and alienated from his contemporary society, and from real world…

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