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One of the greatest opera's of the Victorian era is The Futile Precaution, The Barber of Seville or Barbiere Di Siviglia. This is an extremely poignant and moving opera comprising of two acts. Originally it was scripted by Cesare Sterbini and directed under the auspices of Gioachino Rossini who was well known for his artistic prowess in comedic opera's. Cesare wrote the libretto on the basis of a comedy that inspired him greatly. This comedy was written by another scholar well known in the 18th century, by the name of Pierre Beaumarchias. This play introduced the concept of music with a play for the first time and when it was set to stage its first opening in the fabled Teatro Argentina opera house in Rome, the crowds flocked like bees to honey. This was in the waking months of 1816 and as its popularity transcended across borders, Italian plays became the bane of entertainment for opera houses across the globe. Within a decade, it had found its way to the infamous Park Theater in New York City and became one of the most revered early Italian plays ever to have bedazzled American crowds. Over two centuries have gone by and yet the charismatic work of Gioachino still commands massive audiences with opera houses packed to brim. This in itself is a commendation to the masterpiece.
The opera called Barbiere Di Siviglia itself was not inked as a single class act. In the late 18th century, Giovanni Paisiello had written the first of an opera that was founded on a play, and in years to follow, others of the likes of Francesco Morlacchi and Nicolas Isouard followed suit yet none quite nailed it the way Rossini's version did. Paisello did pave the way and was a pioneer of sorts for the idea yet the finesse of Rossini has undoubtedly stood the test of time and carved a niche like no other for Italian opera. The fabled godfather of comedic opera, Beaumarchais, the French playwright, composed an epic trilogy that was even reproduced by the likes of Mozart in the late seventeen eighty's. The epic play by Rossini was based on the first of the trilogies written by the French playwright whereas Mozart's Marriage of Figaro was based on the second part of Beaumarchais's three plays.
With nearly forty opera's in half as many years under his belt, Rossini was undoubtedly a very devoted, committed and exceedingly prolific artist of his time. Many historians believe that certain themes of the Barbiere Di Siviglia were structured around two of his earlier productions which were also a hit with audiences worldwide. One was the Elisibetta and the other Aureliano in Palmira, both works of art highly regarded in their time. Another fact which jolts the music lovers of today's day and age is that the music for this classic play was composed in a little under three weeks, which by any standards is mind boggling.
Audiences of the 19th century were very tough crowds to please. The mentality of 'the mob' could help manipulate crowds out of liking complete masterpieces, yet accept worthless work of art at the same time. It is rumored that the first performance ever of the play was an utter astonishment and a complete failure. The crowd laughed and egged performers for a few mishaps which occurred on stage of Barbiere Di Siviglia. It is also believed that certain loyalist of Paisello were rigging the crowd to jeer and dislike a play which they believed deserved accolade only under the auspices of Paisello. It was the second performance, which was flawless, that utterly blemished and crushed any ideas of the play being anything less than grand. Rossini's new version was accepted and loved by crowds far and wide, owing to its finesse, structure, cracking performances and near-perfect music.
In more recent times, Barbiere Di Siviglia has carved a unique name for itself and stands in the top ten operas which have been performed the most number of times all over the globe. Famous sopranos of our time have been acquainted with the coveted play, Beverly Sills, Roberta Peters, Gianna and Teresa Berganza are just to name a few.
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