Stefano Campagnolo plays the famous 'Intermezzo' from Cavalleria Rusticana (1890) by Pietro Mascagni. Transcription for guitar by C. Jones (1896).
The Blue Hungarian Band. Liebestraum, Cavalleria Rusticana (Shellac, 10").
Cavalleria rusticana (pronounced ; Italian for "rustic chivalry") is an opera in one act by Pietro Mascagni to an Italian libretto by Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti and Guido Menasci, adapted from an 1880 short story of the same name and subsequent play by Giovanni Verga. Considered one of the classic verismo operas, it premiered on 17 May 1890 at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome.
A. Liebestraum (Love's Dream) Composed By – Liszt. B. Cavalleria Composed. Rusticana - Intermezzo By – Mascagni. Companies, etc. Published By – B. Feldman & Co. Published By – Ascherberg.
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Cavalleria rusticana discography. This is a discography of Cavalleria rusticana, an opera by Pietro Mascagni. It premiered at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome on 17 May 17, 1890. There have been over 100 full-length recordings of Cavalleria rusticana published since it was first recorded in Germany in 1909. Mascagni himself has conducted the opera in two recordings, the best-known of which is the 1940 EMI recording made to mark the 50th anniversary of the opera's premiere.
Pietro Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry) and Ruggero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci (The Players) are today Italian opera’s most famous double act, but they were written independently. Cavalleria rusticana came first, its hugely successful premiere in 1890 doubtless an influence on Leoncavallo. His Pagliacci in 1892 was another triumph.
Cavalleria rusticana. It is Easter morning. The intrigue in Cavalleria is maybe a bit thin, yet it is precisely this simplicity that grants power to operas in this type of verismo, which are anything but conceptual and symbolist. The type of ‘realism’ seen here evokes cinema. For instance, consider the beginning of Pagliacci, where the character of the prologue immediately makes it apparent that this opera is about real, flesh-and-blood people. The story of Pagliacci is more complex because it takes place on two levels. But it applies to an analogous situation to that in Cavalleria, and a violent death likewise provides the denouement.
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|A||Liebestraum (Love's Dream)
Composed By – Liszt*
|B||Cavalleria Rusticana - Intermezzo
Composed By – Mascagni*
- Published By – B. Feldman & Co.
- Published By – Ascherberg
NotesReleased between 1940-2
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