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The following is a list of published compositions by the composer Giuseppe Verdi.



List of operas and revisions Edit

# Title Libretto # Acts, Language Premiere details Remarks
1 Oberto, conte di San Bonifacio Antonio Piazza, Temistocle Solera 2 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, November 17, 1839
2 Un giorno di regno, later Il finto Stanislao Felice Romani 2 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, September 5, 1840
3 Nabucco Temistocle Solera 4 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, March 9, 1842
4 I Lombardi alla prima crociata Temistocle Solera 4 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, February 11, 1843
5 Ernani Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, Italian Teatro La Fenice, Venice, March 9, 1844
6 I due Foscari Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro Argentina, Rome, November 3, 1844
7 Giovanna d'Arco Temistocle Solera 3 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, February 15, 1845
8 Alzira Salvadore Cammarano 2 acts, Italian Teatro San Carlo, Naples, August 12, 1845
9 Attila Temistocle Solera, Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro La Fenice, Venice, March 17, 1846
10 Macbeth Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, Italian Teatro della Pergola, Florence, March 14, 1847
11 I masnadieri Andrea Maffei 4 acts, Italian Her Majesty's Theatre, London, July 22, 1847
12 Jérusalem Alphonse Royer, Gustave Vaëz 4 acts, French Paris Opéra (Salle Le Peletier) November 26, 1847 French version of I Lombardi alla prima crociata with locations and characters changed to French ones
13 Il corsaro Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro Grande, Trieste, 25 October 1848
14 La battaglia di Legnano Salvadore Cammarano 4 acts, Italian Teatro Argentina, Rome, January 27, 1849
15 Luisa Miller Salvatore Cammarano 3 acts, Italian Teatro San Carlo, Naples, December 8, 1849
16 Stiffelio Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro Grande, Trieste, November 16, 1850
17 Rigoletto Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro La Fenice, Venice, March 11, 1851
18 Il Trovatore Salvatore Cammarano, Leone Emanuele Bardare 4 acts, Italian Teatro Apollo, Rome, January 19, 1853
19 La Traviata Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro la Fenice, Venice, March 6, 1853
20 Les vêpres siciliennes Charles Duveyrier, Eugène Scribe 5 acts, French Paris Opéra (Salle Le Peletier) June 13, 1855
21 Giovanna de Guzman Eugenio Caimi 5 acts, Italian Teatro Regio, Parma, December 26, 1855 Italian version of Les vêpres siciliennes. The opera was given under various titles - e.g.: Batilda di Turenne, seen by Verdi in Naples in January 1858[1] - until after the unification of Italy in 1860. Eventually it became known by its Italian title, I vespri Siciliani
22 Le trouvère Salvatore Cammarano, Leone Emanuele Bardare 4 acts, French Paris Opéra (Salle Le Peletier) 1857 Revised version for Paris of Il trovatore with a ballet added
23 Simon Boccanegra Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro La Fenice, Venice, March 12, 1857
24 Aroldo Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, Italian Teatro Nuovo, Rimini, August 16, 1857 Revision of Stiffelio with location moved to Anglo-Saxon England and characters' names changed
25 Un ballo in maschera Antonio Somma 3 acts, Italian Teatro Apollo, Rome, February 17, 1859 Final title of an opera which began as Gustavo III for Naples in 1857, became Un vendetta in domino in 1858, and finally Un ballo in maschera in an American setting with Colonial-era characters in 1859
26 La forza del destino Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, Italian Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre, Saint Petersburg, November 10, 1862
27 Macbeth Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, Italian Théâtre Lyrique, Paris, April 21, 1865 Revised version, with additions including Lady Macbeth's aria La luce langue and removal of Macbeth's final aria followed by his death off stage
28 Don Carlos Camille du Locle, Joseph Méry 5 acts, French Paris Opéra (Salle Le Peletier) March 11, 1867
29 La forza del destino Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, February 27, 1869 Revised version, with text addition by Antonio Ghislanzoni
30 Aida Antonio Ghislanzoni 4 acts, Italian Khedivial Opera House, Cairo, December 24, 1871
31 Don Carlo Camille du Locle, Joseph Méry 5 acts, Italian Teatro San Carlo, Naples, 1872 First revision of Don Carlos, translated into Italian by Achille de Lauzières, with additions by Antonio Ghislanzoni
32 Simon Boccanegra Francesco Maria Piave 3 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, March 24, 1881 Revised and expanded version, with text changes by Arrigo Boito and the notable addition of the Act 1 Council Chamber finale
33 La force du destin Francesco Maria Piave 4 acts, French Antwerp, March 14, 1881 Revised version of La forza del destino translated into French by Charles Nuitter and Camille du Locle[2]
34 Don Carlo Camille du Locle, Joseph Méry 4 acts, French Teatro alla Scala, Milan, January 10, 1884 Second revision of Don Carlos with Camille du Locle and Charles Nuitter. Omitted Act 1 and the ballet.
35 Don Carlo Camille du Locle, Joseph Méry 5 acts, Italian Teatro Municipale, Modena, December 29, 1886 Third revision of Don Carlos with Angelo Zanardini. Restored Act 1, Fontainebleau scene
36 Otello Arrigo Boito 4 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, February 5, 1887
37 Falstaff Arrigo Boito 3 acts, Italian Teatro alla Scala, Milan, February 9, 1893



Songs Edit

  1. Non t'accostar all'urna (Jacopo Vittorelli)
  1. More, Elisa, lo stanco poeta (Tommaso Bianchi)
  1. In solitaria stanza (Jacopo Vittorelli)
  1. Nell'orror di note oscura (Carlo Angiolini)
  1. Perduta ho la pace (trans. by Luigi Balestra from Goethe's Faust)
  1. Deh, pietoso, o addolorata (trans. by Luigi Balestra from Goethe's Faust)
  1. Il tramonto (Andrea Maffei)
  1. La zingara (S. Manfredo Maggioni)
  1. Ad una stella (Maffei)
  1. Lo Spazzacamino (Felice Romani)
  1. Il Mistero (Felice Romani)
  1. Brindisi (Maffei)



Sacred Works Edit

  • Messa per Rossini (1869; premiered posthumously 11 September 1988, Stuttgart): mass in memory of Gioachino Rossini, of Verdi (Libera me) together with twelve other composers
  1. Ave Maria: for mixed chorus
  1. Stabat Mater: for mixed chorus
  1. Laudi alla Vergine Maria: for female chorus
  1. Te Deum: for double chorus and orchestra



Other vocal works (non-Sacred) Edit



Non-vocal Edit

Piano



Verdi only wrote two piano pieces, both very short:

  • Romanza Senza Parole (written 1844, published 1865)



Chamber



Orchestral

  • Adagio for Orchestra
  • two Sinfonias



NotesEdit

  1. Budden, Vol. 2, p.369
  2. Opera Stanford



References Edit





fr:Liste des œuvres de Giuseppe Verdi (classement par genre)

ms:Senarai kerja penggubahan oleh Giuseppe Verdi

nl:Lijst van opera's van Verdi

ja:ヴェルディの作品の一覧

tr:Giuseppe Verdi operaları listesi

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