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Mara Zampieri
A Tribute to Verdi
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Soprano Mara Zampieri is one of those veteran performers, who released only a handful of commercial recordings and no personal compilations. Myto’s new release, Mara Zampieri: A Tribute to Verdi, is proof why this singer has not been recorded more frequently. Myto's new release, Mara Zampieri: A Tribute to Verdi, is proof why this singer has not been recorded more frequently. Born in Padua in 1951, she received her musical training at the Padua Conservatoire. She made her debut at 21 in the Fraschini Theatre in Pavia. She also was the winner of many prestigious international awards early on, including the A. I.

Profile: Italian soprano, born 30 January 1951 in Padua, Italy.

Mara Zampieri (born January 30, 1951, in Padua) is an operatic soprano. She trained at Padua Conservatory. She has performed in the opera houses of Europe, including Milan, London, Berlin, Munich, Paris, Zurich, Madrid, Barcelona and Vienna; also in San Francisco, New York, Buenos Aires, and Tokyo. She has performed in more than fifty operatic roles, including twenty-one in operas by Verdi. She favors Italian but she also famously performed in the title role of Richard Strauss's Salome.

Hoffman, Sarah, "Mara Zampieri: A Tribute to Verdi", Opera Today, 10 May 2005. Kennedy, Michael and Bourne, Joyce (ed., "Mara Zampieri", The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2007. republished on Answers. Warrack, John Hamilton and West, Ewan, "Zampieri, Mara", The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Opera, Oxford University Press, 1996. There is a play by the Victorian writer Oscar Wilde, titled The Duchess Of Padua, the original significance of the Roman name Patavium is uncertain. The ending -ium, signifies the presence of villages that have united themselves together, Padua claims to be the oldest city in northern Italy.

Mara Zampieri, soprano, was born in Padua in 1951. She received her musical training at the Padua Conservatoire, ‘C. Pollini’ in her hometown. The winner of prestigious international awards, including the Beniamino Gigli of Macerata, the Giuseppe Verdi of Parma and the A. Mara Zampieri, soprano, was born in Padua in 1951. CO of Milan, she made her debut in 1972 at the Fraschini Theatre in Pavia.

Album · 1984 · 27 Songs. Macbeth: Scena e Marcia: "Oh donna mia". Giuseppe Sinopoli, Renato Bruson, Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin & Mara Zampieri. 7. Macbeth: Gran Scena e Duetto: "Sappia la sposa mia". Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Renato Bruson, Giuseppe Sinopoli & Mara Zampieri.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Nabucco, opera (Nabucodonosor)
1 Atto 2: Abigaille. Recitativo: Ben io t'invenni o fatal scritto Mara Zampieri 3:43
2 Atto 2: Abigaille. Aria: Anch'io dischiuso un fiorno Mara Zampieri 3:26
3 Atto 2: Abigaille. Cabaletta: Salgo già del trono aurato Mara Zampieri 1:33
Ernani, opera
4 Atto 1: Elvira. Recitativo: Surta è la notte Mara Zampieri 1:23
5 Atto 1: Elvira. Aria: Ernani! Ernani involami Mara Zampieri 2:20
6 Atto 1: Elvira. Cabaletta: Tutto sprezzo che d'Ernani Mara Zampieri 1:41
Giovanna d'Arco, opera
7 Prologo: Giovanna. Recitativo: Ah ben s'addice Mara Zampieri 1:31
8 Prologo: Giovanna. Aria: Sempre all'alba ed alla sera Mara Zampieri 3:56
9 Atto 1: Giovanna. Aria: O fatidica foresta Mara Zampieri 2:05
Attila, opera
10 Prologo: Odabella. Recitativo: Santo di Patria Mara Zampieri 0:40
11 Prologo: Odabella. Aria: Allor che i forti corrano Mara Zampieri 3:09
12 Prologo: Odabella. Cabaletta: Da te questo or m'è concesso Mara Zampieri 1:33
13 Atto 2. Recitativo: Liberamente or piangi Mara Zampieri 2:38
14 Atto 2. Aria: O nel fuggente nuvolo Mara Zampieri 3:21
Stiffelio, opera
15 Atto 2: Lina. Recitativo: O cielo! Dove son'io! Mara Zampieri 3:20
16 Atto 2: Lina. Aria: Ah! Dagli scanni eterei Mara Zampieri 2:40
Il Trovatore, opera
17 Atto 1: Leonora. Recitativo: Che più t'arresti? Mara Zampieri 2:42
18 Atto 1: Leonora. Aria: Tacea la notte placida Mara Zampieri 4:56
19 Atto 1: Leonora. Cabaletta: Di tale amor che dirsi Mara Zampieri 1:22
La Traviata, opera
20 Atto 1: Violetta Valery. Recitativo: È strano!.è strano Mara Zampieri 1:25
21 Atto 1: Violetta Valery. Aria: Ah forse è lui Mara Zampieri 3:01
22 Atto 1: Violetta Valery. Follie! Follie! delirio vano è questo Mara Zampieri 1:12
23 Atto 1: Violetta Valery. Cabaletta: Sempre libera degg'io Mara Zampieri 3:41
Un ballo in maschera, opera
24 Atto 2: Amelia. Introduzione Mara Zampieri 2:13
25 Atto 2: Amelia. Recitativo: Ecco l'orrido campo ove s'accoppia Mara Zampieri 1:35
26 Atto 2: Amelia. Aria: ma dall'arido steelo divulsa Mara Zampieri 5:13
La forza del destino, opera
27 Atto 4: Leonora. Aria: Pace... pace mio Dio Mara Zampieri 5:47
Aida, opera
28 Atto 3: Aida. Recitativo: Qui Radames verrà Mara Zampieri 2:33
29 Atto 3: Aida. Aria: O cieli azzurri Mara Zampieri 4:09