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Puccini

[ poo-chee-nee; Italian poot-chee-nee ]

noun

  1. Gia·co·mo [jah, -kaw-maw], 1858–1924, Italian operatic composer.


Puccini

/ pʊˈtʃiːnɪ /

noun

  1. PucciniGiacomo18581924MItalianMUSIC: composer Giacomo (ˈdʒaːkomo). 1858–1924, Italian operatic composer, noted for the dramatic realism of his operas, which include Manon Lescaut (1893), La Bohème (1896), Tosca (1900), and Madame Butterfly (1904)


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Puccini has, indeed, an almost unparalleled capacity for a kind of orchestral commentary which is both forceful and succinct.

In a few pages are enough melodies and themes to set up a Puccini—or for that matter a Strauss or an Elgar—for life.

It is simply my personal estimate of Puccini's worth as an operatic composer.

Therefor we must be wary of the old men who tell us that we shall soon tire of the music of Puccini because it is fashionable.

Puccini stopped with La Bohème, all the rest is repetition and not altogether admirable repetition.

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púcánPuccini, Giacomo