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Giovanna d'Arco

  • Opera in a prologue and 3 acts, Italian
  • Libretto Temistocle Solera
  • Based on the play Die Jungfrau von Orléans by Friedrich Schiller
  • Opera was given also with the title: Orietta di Lesbo.
  • Time: 1429. Place: Domrémy, Rheims and near Rouen, France.
  • Premiere Teatro alla Scala, Milan, 15 February 1845



photos.geni.com/p13/2c/b3/51/be/534448499a1bf049/ingres_coronation_charles_vii_original.jpgJoan at the Coronation of Charles VII by Jean-Auguste Ingres, 1855 (Louvre)

photos.geni.com/p13/a4/f7/49/9e/5344485c437a9340/studio_20201124_025320_original.jpgA performance of Giovanna d'Arco dedicated to and sponsored by contessa Giulia Samoyloff.


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