Don Giovanni is an opera in two acts with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte. It is based on the legends of Don Juan, Composition and premiere - Roles - Synopsis - Cultural influence. 1 Dec - 6 min - Uploaded by TheWiseMonkey89 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (German: [ˈvɔlfɡaŋ amaˈdeus ˈmoːtsaʁt], English see fn. Don Giovanni, in full The Libertine Punished; or, Don Giovanni, Italian Il dissoluto punito; ossia, il Don Giovanni, opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Underlying his audacity and unrelenting passion for women, it is God and society that Don Giovanni rails against and is the cause of his downfall and. Mozart's opera Don Giovanni follows the adventures of the rougish, womanising Giovanni, mixing comedy, tragedy and drama with the supernatural. Orchestra, Orchestra of The Royal Opera House. Music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Text, Lorenzo da Ponte. Conductor, Marc Minkowski. Director, Kasper.
Mozart composes the opera in Prague. After Mozart's death, this Don Juan in a cassock moves first to London to work as a grocer, then to. Synopsis: Don Giovanni Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Leporello, servant to the nobleman Don Giovanni, keeps watch outside the Commendatore's home at. That opera was Don Giovanni, with Lorenzo da Ponte again providing the libretto . It was to be a busy year for both men; moreover, Mozart had.
Baritone Peter Mattei and bass-baritone Luca Pisaroni star as opera's most notorious seducer in Mozart's masterpiece of dark comedy. Cornelius Meister makes.
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART: OVERTURE TO DON GIOVANNI. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart () composed his 2 act opera Don Giovanni in Days off between performances of #DonGiovanni at @metopera mean walks in the city Enjoying #mozart #dongiovanni at #syracuseopera #opera #syracuse. Considered by some to be the greatest opera ever written, Don Giovanni was the second product of an incredibly fruitful collaboration between two g.
The legendary womanizer Don Giovanni adventures across Europe with his resourceful Mozart's masterpiece returns to HGO in a stunning new production by.
This synopsis contains comprehensive history as well as the plot of Mozart's comedic and melodramatic opera, Don Giovanni.
Don Giovanni. Opra buffa in two acts, K. Original 'Prague' version. Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, English translation by Amanda Holden. 1. Overture . Don Giovanni, K (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus) Genre Categories, Opera buffa; Theatrical Works; Operas; [48 more ]Comic operas; For . Mi par ch'oggi il demonio si diverta • Non ti fidar, o misera • Don Ottavio, son morta! • Or sai. That of Don Giovanni hovers over the character born in in Tirso de Molina's El Burlador de Sevilla, then over Mozart and Da Ponte's dramma giocoso first.
Many have called Don Giovanni the finest opera ever composed. Mozart's classic is a brilliant combination of stark human tragedy and touching. Virginia Opera presents "Don Giovanni" by W.A. Mozart, November 2nd through November 18th in Norfolk, Richmond, and Fairfax. One of the most popular and frequently performed operas in the history of the medium, Don Giovanni is arguably Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's most cherished .
Opera Don Giovanni - Mozart from to in Wien at Wiener Sun, Mar 10Vienna State OperaThu, Mar 14Vienna State OperaSun, Mar 17Vienna State Opera. skip to Bottom bar · The Israeli Opera Tel-Aviv-Yafo . Don Giovanni; Synopsis; Back Stage Secrets; Video Clips. Don Giovanni. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Summary. In his Memoirs, composer Charles Gounod tells of his first experience with Don Giovanni, the operatic masterpiece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and.
Heartbeat Opera presents a bold new production of Mozart's DON GIOVANNI: May , , at the Baruch Performing Arts Center. Redlands Symphony proudly presents MOZART's Don Giovanni Overture. poet Lorenzo da Ponte, who suggested that the two collaborate on an opera based. Opera in two acts by Mozart; text by Lorenzo da Ponte. Productions, Prague, Oct. 29, ; Vienna, May 17, ; London, April 12, ; New York, Park.1565 :: 1566 :: 1567 :: 1568 :: 1569 :: 1570 :: 1571 :: 1572 :: 1573 :: 1574 :: 1575 :: 1576 :: 1577 :: 1578 :: 1579 :: 1580 :: 1581 :: 1582 :: 1583 :: 1584 :: 1585 :: 1586 :: 1587 :: 1588 :: 1589 :: 1590 :: 1591 :: 1592 :: 1593 :: 1594 :: 1595 :: 1596 :: 1597 :: 1598 :: 1599 :: 1600 :: 1601 :: 1602 :: 1603 :: 1604