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Truly Memorable

Power, technology and sex in
Rimsky Korsakov's 'The Tsar's Bride',
reviewed by GIUSEPPE PENNISI

 

In a studio of a highly technological Russia, a film is being made of The Tsar's Bride. It is not clear whether it is the 1849 Lev Alexandrovi tragedy based on the pattern of Shakespeare's Histories or the 1899 opera by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov on a libretto by Ilya Tyumenev. The shooting of the movie is interrupted. After a rich exchange of emails and tweets, the bosses of the local mafia hold a major meeting in a conference room near the studio...

Copyright © 11 March 2014 Giuseppe Pennisi,
Rome, Italy

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NIKOLAI RIMSKY-KORSAKOV

RUSSIA

LA SCALA

MILAN

ITALY

BERLIN

GERMANY

DANIEL BARENBOIM

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