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Ezio ("Aetius", HWV 29) is an opera seria by George Frideric Handel to a libretto by Metastasio. Metastasio's libretto was partly inspired by Jean Racine's play Britannicus. The same libretto had already been set by many other composers, first of all Nicola Porpora who managed to preempt the official Rome premiere of Pietro Auletta's setting for 26 December 1728 with his own version (of a slightly edited copy of the libretto) for Venice on 20 November, a month earlier. The libretto continued to be set and reset for another 50 years, including two versions of Ezio by Gluck. Handel's Ezio is considered one of the purest examples of opera seria with its absence of vocal ensembles.

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  • Ezio (títol original en italià, en català Ezio, Händel-Werke-Verzeichnis 29, és una obra dramàtico-musical en tres actes composta per Georg Friedrich Händel sobre un llibret en italià de Pietro Metastasio, basat en Britannicus i Ezio de Jean Racine. Es va estrenar el 15 de gener de 1732 al Her Majesty's Theatre de Ciutat de Westminster.
  • Ezio (HWV 29) est un opéra en trois actes de Georg Friedrich Haendel, créé à Londres le 15 janvier 1732.Le livret est adapté de Métastase, par un librettiste non identifié.
  • Aecio (título original en italiano, Ezio) es una ópera seria compuesta por Georg Friedrich Händel usando como libreto uno realizado en italiano Pietro Metastasio décadas antes, y que fue musicado por otros compositores.
  • Ezio (Aëtius (HWV 29 är en opera seria i tre akter med musik av Georg Friedrich Händel och libretto av Pietro Metastasio. Texten handlar om den romerske generalen Flavius Aëtius (Ezio.
  • Ezio (HWV 29) ist eine Oper (Dramma per musica) in drei Akten von Georg Friedrich Händel. Sie ist seine dritte und letzte Oper auf einen Text von Pietro Metastasio. Der Stoff behandelt die Geschichte des römischen Feldherrn Flavius Aëtius, der 451 in der Schlacht auf den Katalaunischen Feldern den Hunnenkönig Attila besiegt hatte. Die Handlung der Oper setzt nach seiner Rückkehr an den Hof des weströmischen Kaisers Valentinian III. ein, wo beide um die Liebe der Patriziertochter Fulvia konkurrieren. Valentiniano verdächtigt Ezio eines fehlgeschlagenen Attentats und will ihn umbringen lassen. Im Gegensatz zu den historischen Ereignissen wird der Mord jedoch nicht ausgeführt, und Ezio kann erscheinen, um seinen Kaiser vor dem Volkszorn zu retten. Zum Dank verzichtet Valentiniano zugunsten vo
  • Ezio ("Aetius", HWV 29) is an opera seria by George Frideric Handel to a libretto by Metastasio. Metastasio's libretto was partly inspired by Jean Racine's play Britannicus. The same libretto had already been set by many other composers, first of all Nicola Porpora who managed to preempt the official Rome premiere of Pietro Auletta's setting for 26 December 1728 with his own version (of a slightly edited copy of the libretto) for Venice on 20 November, a month earlier. The libretto continued to be set and reset for another 50 years, including two versions of Ezio by Gluck. Handel's Ezio is considered one of the purest examples of opera seria with its absence of vocal ensembles.
  • Ezio è un'opera di Georg Friedrich Händel su libretto di Pietro Metastasio. L'opera debuttò il 15 gennaio 1732 al King's Theatre di Londra: stella principale del cast fu il celebre castrato Senesino, nel ruolo del titolo. Per la terza e ultima volta, dopo Siroe, re di Persia e Poro, re delle Indie, Handel si cimenta con un testo di Metastasio utilizzando un libretto già musicato da Christoph Willibald Gluck, pur con qualche revisione nelle scene finali del secondo atto: ne risulta un'opera dalle tinte fosche e cupe, incentrata su congiure di palazzo, condanne a morte e complotti di corte (tematiche che verranno riprese da Mozart ne La clemenza di Tito. L'opera ebbe poco successo, come testimoniano le sole cinque repliche che seguirono la prima: la prima rappresentazione in tempi moderni av
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