Vincenzo Bellini; Felice Romani Norma

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9781286195307: Norma

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Norma

Vincenzo Bellini, Felice Romani

Eichele, 1840

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Vincenzo Bellini (1801–35) was born in Catania, Sicily and during his short life composed some of the most exquisitely beautiful operas ever written, with long melodic lines that have rarely been equalled. Collaborating almost exclusively with the greatest librettist of his time, Felice Romani, he had enormous success throughout Europe. In addition to Norma, his operas include Il pirata, I Capuleti e i Montecchi, La sonnambula and I puritani.

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