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Puccini’s Tosca Highlights

Tosca is one of the most famous operas in the world. Puccini based his opera on the role created by Sarah Bernhardt. Set in Rome, Tosca tells the story of passion in real-life circumstances. Its title character, Tosca, is overshadowed by the terrifying chief of police, Scarpia, who gradually poisons the atmosphere of Rome. The opera is an excellent example of classical Italian music, offering a two-hour experience of action, emotion, and drama.

Tosca is captured by Scarpia, the notorious chief of police in Rome. To keep his power, Scarpia seeks to satiate his own desires by any means necessary. Scarpia interrogates Tosca upon her return, hoping she will reveal to him the subversive activities of Cavaradossi. When she leaves, Scarpia follows her and vows to kill Cavaradossi and have Tosca. The middle act of the opera is one of the most intense and climactic scenes in any opera.

In the second act, Puccini is at his musical best. The composer begins the act by musing on the possible downfall of his friends. The protagonist then sings a cantata with the chorus. The opera concludes with a sudden orchestral tumult reminiscent of Beethoven’s “Ninth Symphony.”

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