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Name  Pasquale Bona

Role  Composer
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Died  December 2, 1878, Milan, Italy
Books  Rhythmical Articulation: A Complete Method
Similar People  Franco Faccio, Osvaldo Lacerda, Ettore Pozzoli, Alfredo Catalani, Arrigo Boito

Pasquale Bona played by Vitaliano Iannuzzi


Pasquale Bona (Cerignola, November 3, 1808 – Milan, December 2, 1878) was an Italian composer. He studied music in Palermo. He composed a number of operas, including one based on the Schiller play that would later inspire Giuseppe Verdi's Don Carlos. Bona later taught at the Conservatory in Milan, where he counted among his pupils Amilcare Ponchielli, Arrigo Boito, Franco Faccio and Alfredo Catalani; he was also friends with Alessandro Manzoni.

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Operas

  • Il Tutore e il Diavolo, libretto by Giovanni Schmidt (1832)
  • I Luna e i Perollo, libretto by Giacomo Sacchero (1844)
  • Don Carlo, libretto by Giorgio Giachetti (1847)
  • Il Gladiatore, libretto by Francesco Guidi (1849)
  • Vittoria, madre degli eserciti, libretto by Marco Marcelliano Marcello (1863)
  • References

    Pasquale Bona Wikipedia


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