L'Orfeo

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Claudius Monteverdi.
Vincentius Gonzaga, Dux Mantuanus, qui in musica perfuncta Monteverdi Mantuae conlocavit.
Palatium ducale Mantuae, ubi L'Orfeo primum perfunctum est, anno 1607.
Tegmen anticum partiturae operae L'Orfeo, anno 1609 prolatae.

L'Orfeo (SV 318), aliquando L'Orfeo, favola in musica (Orpheus, fabula in musica) appellata, est opera aetatis Baroca nova a Claudio Monteverdi composita, apud libellum Italianum Alexandri Striggio. Argumentum, in legendo Graeco Orphei conditum, fabulam eius descensus in Hades, eiusque conatum inutilem ad Eurydicen novam nuptam in mundum vivum ferendam, enarrat. Opera, pro repraesentatione annua per Carnelevarium in curia ducali Mantuae anno 1607 confectum, est unum ex primis dramatum musicorum iam constanter perfunctis.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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