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FULL 800 Anni di Saperi Naples 2024 Martina Bortolotti Von Haderburg, Sara D’Ambrosca, Anna Geremia, Andrea Cataldo, Luigi Cirillo

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  • Published by: Real Teatro Napoli  
  • Date Published: 2024  
  • Format: Streaming
  • Quality Video: 4 Audio:4
  • Subtitles: yessubs, itsubs, gensubs  
  • Video Recording from: YouTube     FULL VIDEO
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• A. Vivaldi – Gloria: “Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris”:
• G. Puccini – Tosca: “And the stars shone”:
• W. A. ​​Mozart – The Marriage of Figaro:
“You will no longer go as a love butterfly”:
• G. Puccini – Tosca: “I lived by art”:
• G. Bizet – Carmen: “Habanera”:
• G. Verdi – Rigoletto: “Beautiful daughter of love” (Quartet);
• F. P. Tosti: “I don’t love you anymore”;
• S. Gastaldon: “Forbidden Music”;
• G. Verdi – La Traviata: “Libiamo” (Brindisi);

W. A. ​​Mozart – “Naples Concert”

The manuscript of the Concerto di Napoli is preserved in the Library of the Conservatory of San Pietro a Majella and was reported to Mario
Fabbri (Italian Musicologist and Director of the Accademia Chigiana of Siena), by the guitarist and musicologist Paolo Paolini.
The hypothesis of the presence of this in Naples
“Concerto” was born from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s trip to Naples in 1770. The composer, probably on the recommendation of some fellow musician (Niccolò Jommelli, Pasquale Cafaro, Giovanni Paesello), wrote this work for Ferdinand IV in an attempt to be received by the King.
The hypothesis is supported by the fact that the nineteen-year-old Ferdinand, at the time of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s visit to Naples, owned and played a splendid lyre built by the French luthier Jean Louvet in 1764 and currently preserved at the Capodimonte Museum in Naples.
Joseph Haydn’s Nocturnes are known to be dedicated to Ferdinand IV, written for the King of Naples for just two lire…
The publication dates back to 1968 and is always Mario
Fabbri reports to us a performance of the Concerto within the framework of the artistic events of the XXV Sienese Musical Week by
Soloists of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino which took place on 3 September 1968.
After so many years we continue to talk about the unknown and never recognized by
Salzburg Mozarteum “Naples Concert” by W. A. ​​Mozart.

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