La Bohème / Madama Butterfly / Tosca (Italian Edition)

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La Boheme, the now-classic story of a group of poor artists living in a Paris garret, earned mixed reviews, while Tosca was downright panned by critics.

The Best of Puccini

Taken with the strong female character at its centre, he began working on an operatic version of the play, with an Italian libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica. Written over the course of two years - including an eight-month break when Puccini was badly injured in a car accident - the opera made its debut in Milan in February In addition to the rich, colourful orchestration and powerful arias that Puccini was known for, the opera reflected his common theme of living and dying for love.

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On his return to Italy he dedicated himself to journalism, and published stories, plays mostly comedies and poetry. His second libretto was La Wally for Catalani. The opera was successful enough to bring him to the attention of Ricordi, which led to his librettos for Puccini: Manon Lescaut he was one of a quintet who worked on that text!

He was a member of the scapigliature, an artistic movement which, in Italy, originated in Milan and spread to Turin and other Italian cities. The movement grew to include not just writers, but musicians and painters as well.

Basically it sought to energize Italian literature, music, painting and sculpture by incorporating influences from France Gautier and Baudelaire , from Germany Heine, Hoffmann and, especially, Wagner and from America Edgar Allen Poe. Puccini was also the last of four generations of church musicians in Lucca.

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He studied there, and was awarded a scholarship to the Milan Conservatory, where his professors included Ponchielli of La Gioconda fame who suggested he should write an opera.