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Pietro Mascagni

Pietro Mascagni (December 7, 1863 - August 2, 1945) was an Italian opera composer. He is known primarily for Cavalleria Rusticana.
 
Main operas:

  • Pinotta (23 March 1932 Casinò, San Remo) [composed 1880 ]
  • Guglielmo Ratcliff (16 Feb. 1895 Teatro alla Scala, Milan) [composed 1885 ]
  • Cavalleria Rusticana (17 May 1890 Teatro Costanzi, Rome) libretto: [1] (http://rick.stanford.edu/opera/Mascagni/Cavalleria/libretto)
  • L'amico Fritz (31 Oct. 1891 Teatro Costanzi, Rome)
  • I Rantzau (10 Nov. 1892 Teatro La Pergola, Florence)
  • Silvano (25 March 1895 Teatro alla Scala, Milan)
  • Zanetto (2 Mar. 1896 Liceo Musicale, Pesaro)
  • Iris (22 Nov. 1898 Teatro Costanzi, Rome)
  • Le maschere (17 Jan. 1901 Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa - Teatro Regio, Turin - Teatro alla Scala, Milan - Teatro La Fenice, Venice - Teatro Filarmonico, Verona - Teatro Costanzi, Rome)
  • Amica (16 March 1905, Monte Carlo)
  • Isabeau (2 June 1911 Teatro Coliseo, Buenos Aires)
  • Parisina (15 Dec. 1913 Teatro alla Scala, Milan)
  • Lodoletta (30 April 1917 Teatro Costanzi, Rome)
  • Sì (13 Dec. 1919 Teatro Quirino, Rome) [operetta]
  • Il piccolo Marat (2 May 1921 Teatro Costanzi, Rome)
  • Nerone (16 Jan. 1935 Teatro alla Scala, Milan)

Mascagni was born in Livorno, and died in Rome.



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