History Music / GiacomoPuccini

21st Jan '18 1:52:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''MadameButterfly''

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* ''MadameButterfly''''Theatre/MadameButterfly''
6th Jan '18 4:59:41 PM crazysamaritan
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%%* TheVillainMakesThePlot
29th Dec '17 5:02:00 PM nombretomado
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* BadassBaritone: Not so evident as in [[GiuseppeVerdi Verdi]]'s works but Puccini's operas have their share of badass low-voiced guys: Jack Rance (''La Fanciulla del West''), Michele (''Il Tabarro''), [[Theatre/{{Tosca}} Scarpia]].

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* BadassBaritone: Not so evident as in [[GiuseppeVerdi [[Music/GiuseppeVerdi Verdi]]'s works but Puccini's operas have their share of badass low-voiced guys: Jack Rance (''La Fanciulla del West''), Michele (''Il Tabarro''), [[Theatre/{{Tosca}} Scarpia]].
30th Sep '17 8:47:30 PM nombretomado
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9th Nov '16 7:47:59 AM dlchen145
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* BadassBaritone: Not so evident as in [[GiuseppeVerdi Verdi]]'s works but Puccini's operas have their share of {{badass}} low-voiced guys: Jack Rance (''La Fanciulla del West''), Michele (''Il Tabarro''), [[Theatre/{{Tosca}} Scarpia]].

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* BadassBaritone: Not so evident as in [[GiuseppeVerdi Verdi]]'s works but Puccini's operas have their share of {{badass}} badass low-voiced guys: Jack Rance (''La Fanciulla del West''), Michele (''Il Tabarro''), [[Theatre/{{Tosca}} Scarpia]].
21st Sep '15 1:52:27 AM tenryufan
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: ''Theatre/{{Turandot}}'' had to be finished by his student Franco Alfano. Arturo Toscanini rather famously conducted the premiere of ''Turandot'' and, upon reaching the point where Puccini died, set down his baton, gave a few solemn words, and walked off-stage.
1st Dec '13 8:24:36 AM LordGro
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* DeusAngstMachina: And ''how''...

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* TenorBoy
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* {{Tragedy}}

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1st Dec '13 8:23:02 AM LordGro
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* ''{{Tosca}}'', source of ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8lD9ZmYHhE E lucevan le stelle]]''

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* ''{{Tosca}}'', ''Theatre/{{Tosca}}'', source of ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8lD9ZmYHhE E lucevan le stelle]]''



* ''{{Turandot}}'' (you've heard ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUkTKAg7HHM Nessun dorma]]'')

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* ''{{Turandot}}'' ''Theatre/{{Turandot}}'' (you've heard ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUkTKAg7HHM Nessun dorma]]'')
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* AuthorExistenceFailure: ''{{Turandot}}'' had to be finished by his student Franco Alfano. Arturo Toscanini rather famously conducted the premiere of ''Turandot'' and, upon reaching the point where Puccini died, set down his baton, gave a few solemn words, and walked off-stage.
* BadassBaritone: Not so evident as in [[GiuseppeVerdi Verdi]]'s works but Puccini's operas have their share of {{badass}} low-voiced guys: Jack Rance (''La Fanciulla del West''), Michele (''Il Tabarro''), [[{{Tosca}} Scarpia]].

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: ''{{Turandot}}'' ''Theatre/{{Turandot}}'' had to be finished by his student Franco Alfano. Arturo Toscanini rather famously conducted the premiere of ''Turandot'' and, upon reaching the point where Puccini died, set down his baton, gave a few solemn words, and walked off-stage.
* BadassBaritone: Not so evident as in [[GiuseppeVerdi Verdi]]'s works but Puccini's operas have their share of {{badass}} low-voiced guys: Jack Rance (''La Fanciulla del West''), Michele (''Il Tabarro''), [[{{Tosca}} [[Theatre/{{Tosca}} Scarpia]].



* DownerEnding: Puccini was the king of this trope. Only ''Gianni Schicchi'' and, arguably, ''La Fanciulla del West'' and ''{{Turandot}}'' don't have a DownerEnding.

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* DownerEnding: Puccini was the king of this trope. Only ''Gianni Schicchi'' and, arguably, ''La Fanciulla del West'' and ''{{Turandot}}'' ''Theatre/{{Turandot}}'' don't have a DownerEnding.




!!Tropes present in Puccini's life:
* BadassMoustache
* TheCasanova: As he himself stated: "I am a mighty hunter of wild fowl, operatic librettos and attractive women."
* DaddysGirl: Was very fond of his step-daughter Fosca.
* TheDandy
* EmotionalBruiser: Loved sport cars, yachts, hunting, card-playing and other masculine activities, and at the same time cried like a baby when writing the scene where [[Theatre/LaBoheme Mimì]] dies. [[note]]Although this is unconfirmed[[/note]]
* GreenEyedMonster: Puccini's wife Elvira was notoriously jealous - [[TheCasanova for a reason]]. This led to a tragedy, when Elvira accused Puccini's maid Doria Manfredi of having the affair with the composer. The girl had been completely innocent and [[DrivenToSuicide killed herself]].
* ItRunsInTheFamily: Came from a family with five generations of musicians.
* OverlyLongName: Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini.
* PowerTrio: His most popular operas ''{{Tosca}}'', ''MadameButterfly'' and ''Theatre/LaBoheme'' were written together with the duo of librettists Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. For ''La Fanciulla del West'' and ''{{Turandot}}'', he also employed two dramatists.
* TallDarkAndHandsome
6th Oct '13 3:08:35 PM Korados
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* EmotionalBruiser: Loved sport cars, yachts, hunting, card-playing and other masculine activities, and at the same time cried like a baby when writing the scene where [[Theatre/LaBoheme Mimì]] dies.

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* EmotionalBruiser: Loved sport cars, yachts, hunting, card-playing and other masculine activities, and at the same time cried like a baby when writing the scene where [[Theatre/LaBoheme Mimì]] dies. [[note]]Although this is unconfirmed[[/note]]
11th Jul '13 2:34:07 PM rossyxan
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!!Tropes present in Puccini's life and work:

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