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Ezio is an eighteenth-century Italian opera in 3 acts by the Czech composer Josef Mysliveček. It was the composer's second setting of a libretto by the Italian poet Metastasio that was first performed in 1728, one of the most popular of the Metastasian librettos in Mysliveček's day. The story is based on incidents from the lives of the 5th-century Roman emperor Valentinian III and his general Aetius. For a performance in the 1770s, it would only be expected that a libretto of such age would be abbreviated and altered to suit contemporary operatic taste. The cuts and changes in the text made for the 1777 performance of Mysliveček's opera are not attributable. All of Mysliveček's operas are of the serious type in Italian language referred to as opera seria.

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  • Aetius (v italském originále Ezio) je italská opera ve třech dějstvích českého skladatele Josefa Myslivečka. Je to jeho druhé zhudebnění tohoto libreta italského básníka Pietra Metastasia, které bylo poprvé provedeno roku 1728 s hudbou Pietra Auletty a které bylo v Myslivečkově době jedním z nejoblíbenějších Metastasiových děl. Děj je postaven na událostech ze životů pozdně antického římského císaře Valentiniana III. a jeho generála Aetia. Při zpracování této látky Mysliveček libreto patrně zkrátil a upravil podle stávajícího vkusu, tyto úpravy však nelze spolehlivě identifikovat. Tato opera (a všechny ostatní Myslivečkovy opery) náleží k žánru vážné opery nazývanému v italštině opera seria.
  • Ezio is an eighteenth-century Italian opera in 3 acts by the Czech composer Josef Mysliveček. It was the composer's second setting of a libretto by the Italian poet Metastasio that was first performed in 1728, one of the most popular of the Metastasian librettos in Mysliveček's day. The story is based on incidents from the lives of the 5th-century Roman emperor Valentinian III and his general Aetius. For a performance in the 1770s, it would only be expected that a libretto of such age would be abbreviated and altered to suit contemporary operatic taste. The cuts and changes in the text made for the 1777 performance of Mysliveček's opera are not attributable. All of Mysliveček's operas are of the serious type in Italian language referred to as opera seria.
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  • Aetius (v italském originále Ezio) je italská opera ve třech dějstvích českého skladatele Josefa Myslivečka. Je to jeho druhé zhudebnění tohoto libreta italského básníka Pietra Metastasia, které bylo poprvé provedeno roku 1728 s hudbou Pietra Auletty a které bylo v Myslivečkově době jedním z nejoblíbenějších Metastasiových děl. Děj je postaven na událostech ze životů pozdně antického římského císaře Valentiniana III. a jeho generála Aetia. Při zpracování této látky Mysliveček libreto patrně zkrátil a upravil podle stávajícího vkusu, tyto úpravy však nelze spolehlivě identifikovat. Tato opera (a všechny ostatní Myslivečkovy opery) náleží k žánru vážné opery nazývanému v italštině opera seria.
  • Ezio is an eighteenth-century Italian opera in 3 acts by the Czech composer Josef Mysliveček. It was the composer's second setting of a libretto by the Italian poet Metastasio that was first performed in 1728, one of the most popular of the Metastasian librettos in Mysliveček's day. The story is based on incidents from the lives of the 5th-century Roman emperor Valentinian III and his general Aetius. For a performance in the 1770s, it would only be expected that a libretto of such age would be abbreviated and altered to suit contemporary operatic taste. The cuts and changes in the text made for the 1777 performance of Mysliveček's opera are not attributable. All of Mysliveček's operas are of the serious type in Italian language referred to as opera seria.
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