[boi-toh; Italian baw-ee-taw]
- Ar·ri·go [uh-ree-goh; Italian ahr-ree-gaw] /əˈri goʊ; Italian ɑrˈri gɔ/, 1842–1918, Italian opera composer, poet, and novelist.
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The third opera was Boito's Mefistofele, for which 8,000 reserved seats were sold.The Mapleson Memoirs, vol I
James H. Mapleson
Rafael stared in open-mouthed wonderment at the signatures of the old Verdi and of Boito.The Torrent
Vicente Blasco Ibaez
An actual depiction, or a direct expression (such as is attempted in the prologue of Boito's Mefistofele) was thereby avoided.
This is a hint to musicians of the school of Wagner—to that rare dramatic genius, Boito!The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first
Count Carlo Gozzi
This, one of the few passages in the libretto not immediately derived from Shakespeare, is a triumph on Boito's part.The Opera
- Arrigo (arˈriɡo). 1842–1918, Italian operatic composer and librettist, whose works include the opera Mefistofele (1868) and the librettos for Verdi's Otello and Falstaff
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