Ponchielli La Gioconda

La Gioconda is an opera in four acts by Amilcare Ponchielli set to an Italian libretto by Arrigo Boito, based on Angelo, Tyrant of Padua, a 1835 play by Victor Hugo. First performed in 1876, La Gioconda was a major success. Ponchielli revised the work several times; the version that is played today was first given in 1880. There are several complete recordings of the opera, and it is regularly performed, especially in Italy. It is one of only a few operas that features a principal role for each of the six major voice types. The opera's title translates as The Happy Woman, but is usually given in English as The Ballad Singer. However, as this fails to convey the irony inherent in the original, the Italian is usually used. Each act of La Gioconda has a title: the story revolves around a woman, Gioconda, who so loves her mother that when Laura, her rival in love for the heart of Enzo, saves her mother's life, Gioconda puts aside her own romantic love to repay her. 
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - I
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - II
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - III
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - IV
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - V
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - VI
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Amilcare Ponchielli - La Gioconda - Dance of The Hours (Piano Arrangement)
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