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Arrigo Boito

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24 February 1842 - 10 June 1918
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Intro to Boito

Arrigo Boito was an Italian poet, journalist, novelist, librettist and composer, best known today for his libretti, especially those for Giuseppe Verdi's operas Otello and Falstaff, and his own opera Mefistofele. Along with Emilio Praga, he is regarded as one of the prominent representatives of the Scapigliatura artistic movement.
Mefistofele / Act 1: "Dai campi, dai prati"
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Mefistofele / Act 4: "Giunto sul passo estremo"
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Otello : Niun mi tema
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Mefistofele: L'altra notte
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Otello : Quest'รจ il segnale
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Otello : "Mia madre aveva" - "Piangea cantando" - "Ave Maria"
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Mefistofele (1997 - Remaster), Prologue: Ave, Signor degli angeli e dei santi (La falangi celesti)
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Mefistofele / Act 1: "Dai campi, dai prati"
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Mefistofele (1988 Digital Remaster): Dai campi, dai prati (Act 1)
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Mefistofele / Act 4: "Giunto sul passo estremo"
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Explore Boito's music

Song Recital - Schumann, Wolf, Debussy, Poulenc
Opera Arias (Tenor): Gigli, Beniamino - Cilea, F. / Giordano, U. / Mascagni, P. (Complete Collection of Opera Highlights, Vol. 4) (1941-1951)
Great Operatic Arias (Sung in English), Vol. 21 - Cheryl Baker
Toscanini: The NBC Live Recordings
Recital (1951-1957)
Lukacs, Georgina: Soprano Opera Arias
Verdi - Otello
Beniamino Gigli: The Early Recordings
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