Bellini, Vincenzo

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Basic data

  1. Bellini, Vincenzo Salvatore Carmelo Francesco
  2. November 3, 1801 in Catania
  3. September 23, 1835 in Puteaux (Paris)
  4. Komponist
  5. Italien, Paris, London

Iconography

Vincenzo Bellini by Giuseppe Tivoli (Source: Wikimedia)
Bellini's birthplace, the Palazzo dei Gravina Gruyas, Catania, circa 1800 (Source: Wikimedia)
Composer Niccolò Antonio Zingarelli (Source: Wikimedia)
Adelson e Salvini: autograph of the score (Source: Wikimedia)
King Francesco I, who gave his personal approval to Bellini's Bianca e Gernando (Source: Wikimedia)
Librettist Felice Romani (Source: Wikimedia)
Bellini around 1830 (Source: Wikimedia)
The Nuovo Teatro Ducale in 1829 (Source: Wikimedia)
Poster for Nuovo's opening night (Source: Wikimedia)
Maria Malibran as Romeo-Bologna, 1832 (Source: Wikimedia)
Portrait of Vincenzo Bellini, composer (1801-1835), before 1862. (Source: Wikimedia)
Soprano sfogato Maria Malibran sang Amina in 1834 (Source: Wikimedia)
Alessandro Sanquirico's set design for the act. 2 sc. 2 sleepwalking scene for the premiere production (Source: Wikimedia)
Norma: Donzelli, Grisi, and Pasta, the original cast (Source: Wikimedia)
Teatro della Munizione, Messina (as known in the early 19th century) (Source: Wikimedia)
Foyer of the Teatro della Pergola, after redecoration in the 1850s (Source: Wikimedia)
Giuditta Pasta sang Beatrice (Source: Wikimedia)
Librettist Felice Romani (Source: Wikimedia)
King's Theatre, London (aka Italian Opera House) by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, 1827–28 (Source: Wikimedia)
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1812 (Source: Wikimedia)
The Théâtre-Italien in 1829 (Source: Wikimedia)
Librettist Carlo Pepoli (Source: Wikimedia)
Rubini as Arturo in I Puritani, Paris 1835 (Source: Wikimedia)
Monument to Bellini erected in 1839 at Père Lachaise cemetery (Source: Wikimedia)
Bellini's tomb in the Catania Cathedral in Sicily (Source: Wikimedia)
Musical notation, inscribed on Bellini's tomb, from Amina's last aria in La sonnambula: "Ah! non-credea mirarti / Sì presto estinto, o fiore", translated as: "I did not believe you would fade so soon, oh flower" (Source: Wikimedia)
A portrait of Francesco Florimo in later life (Source: Wikimedia)
Giuditta Turina (Source: Wikimedia)
Bildnis des Vincenzo Bellini, Payne, Albert Henry - 1851/1900 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)
Bildnis des Vincenzo Bellini, Johan Cardon - um 1835 (Quelle: Digitaler Portraitindex)

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