Verdi, Carteggio: Lined Ultra Journal
Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (1813–1901) stands out as one of the greatest Italian composers to write opera. Born to a family of modest means near Busseto, Verdi developed his musical skill with the help of local patrons. He, like many composers of the day, was greatly influenced by Bellini and Rossini, though he eventually came to surpass them by developing his own unique style. His instincts for finding the right material led him to create works that, today, virtually define the general public’s understanding of opera, such as Aida and Rigoletto.
The Verdi, Carteggio journal cover is an excerpt from his correspondence. May his natural and canny instincts live forever on the great stages and his legacy inspire your own hand.
Format: Hardback with magnetic closure
Pages: 144 lined
Size: 7.00 x 9.00 inches