Vocal Lessons Soprano and Tenor Lyrical Singing il Bel Canto


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Music vocal and voice exercises as training of music lessons in Italy. The vocal Lessons for Tenor and Soprano for lyrical singing and voice techniques of the Italian Bel Canto by The MAESTRO MARIO CANANA "The Italian Tenor Spinto" (music culture and voice lessons, in Italy) for lyrical VOICE, MELODRAMATIC opera and lyrical culture. In this video the Maestro Canana's explain to three sopranos (Soprano Valentina Madonna, Soprano, Soprano) how important it's to execute voice and vocal singing exercises for sopranos and tenors to reinforced voice and lyrical vocal studies. http://www.ilbelcanto.org/ The Maestro Canana and the "Associazione Il Bel Canto in Italy" offers lessons for beginners, Tenors, Baritono, Sopranos and Master Class and international Master Lyrical singing and Melodramatic culture and art conference LOOKING FOR PRIVATE LESSONS OR A CONFERENCE BY MAESTRO CANANA ? call in Italy: +39- 333- 6371 644 at http://www.italianbusinessguide.com/ THE ITALIAN OPERA - IL BEL CANTO The bel canto opera movement flourished in the early 19th century and is exemplified by the operas of Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Pacini, Mercadante and many others. Literally "beautiful singing", bel canto opera derives from the Italian stylistic singing school of the same name. Bel canto lines are typically florid and intricate, requiring supreme agility and pitch control. The bel canto era style was rapidly popularized by Giuseppe Verdi, beginning with his biblical opera Nabucco. Verdi's operas resonated with the growing spirit of Italian nationalism in the post-Napoleonic era, and he quickly became an icon of the patriotic movement (although his own politics were perhaps not quite so radical). In the early 1850s, Verdi produced his three most popular operas: Rigoletto, Il trovatore and La traviata. But he continued to develop his style, composing perhaps the greatest French Grand opera, Don Carlos, and ending his career with two Shakespeare-inspired works, Otello and Falstaff, which reveal how far Italian opera had grown in sophistication since the early 19th century. After Verdi, the sentimental "realistic" melodrama of verismo appeared in Italy. This was a style introduced by Pietro Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana and Ruggiero Leoncavallo's Pagliacci that came virtually to dominate the world's opera stages with such popular works as Giacomo Puccini's La Boheme, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly. Later Italian composers, such as Berio and Nono, have experimented with modernism IL BEL CANTO LIRICO DI ITALIA L'Associazione "Il Bel Canto" programma le proprie attività concertistiche in Italia e nel mondo. Offriamo un ricco repertorio di Arie con i nostri tenori, soprani, baritoni e coro, opere liriche come Aida, Il Trovatore, Nabucco, Traviata, Ernani di Giuseppe Verdi, Turandot, La Bohème, La Tosca, Madame Butterfly di Puccini, Il Barbiere di Siviglia e Mosè di Rossini, La Carmen di Bizet, ed altre opere liriche che definiscono l'arte e cultura lirica Melodrammatica in Italia e nel mondo sotto la direzione del MAESTRO CONCERTATORE MARIO CANANA EL BEL CANTO LIRICO DE ITALIA La asociacion cultural "Il Bel Canto" programa sus actividades y conciertos en Italia y el mundo. Ofrece un rico repertorio de Arias con nuestros tenores, tenor, soprano, baritono e coro. Operas liricas como Aida, Il Trovatore, Nabucco, Traviata, Ernani de Giuseppe Verdi, Turandot, La Bohème, La Tosca, Madame Butterfly di Puccini, Il Barbiere di Siviglia y Mosè de Rossini, La Carmen di Bizet y otras operas liricas que definen el arte y cultura lirica Melodramatica en Italia y el mundo bajo la direccion del MAESTRO CONCERTATORE MARIO CANANA

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