The Marriage of Figaro: A Comic Opera in Three Acts, Founded on Beaumarchais’ Comedy of La Folle Journee, and on the Follies of a Day (1819) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Marriage of Figaro: A Comic Opera in Three Acts, Founded on Beaumarchais’ Comedy of La Folle Journee, and on the Follies of a Day (1819)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Pierre Augustin Caron Beaumarchais
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As Performed At The Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, On Saturday, March 6, 1819.

Author Biography

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was a prolific and influential composer. Since its first performance in 1791, The Magic Flute has been a crowd pleasing opera and it remains one of the most celebrated in its genre.

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The Marriage of Figaro: A Comic Opera in Three Acts, Founded on Beaumarchais’ Comedy of La Folle Journee, and on the Follies of a Day (1819)