History Theatre / Nabucco

21st Sep '15 12:41:18 AM tenryufan
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* RealitySubtext: The ''Risorgimento'' being in full swing at the time, the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves is often interpreted as an expression of longing for Italian unity.
4th May '13 1:29:27 AM Arashi110
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* Determinator: Zaccaria. No matter what Nabucco does to him and the Jews, he ''never'' gives up.

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* Determinator: {{Determinator}}: Zaccaria. No matter what Nabucco does to him and the Jews, he ''never'' gives up.
4th May '13 1:28:46 AM Arashi110
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* BSODSong: Nabucco's desperate ''Dio di Giuda!...l'ara, il tempio''.


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* Determinator: Zaccaria. No matter what Nabucco does to him and the Jews, he ''never'' gives up.


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* MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber: The grand sextet in the end of Act 1.
4th May '13 1:11:55 AM Arashi110
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!! This Opera contains examples of

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!! This Opera opera contains examples of



* BadassPreacher: Zacaria, the Jewish High Priest, who isn't above taking up a weapon and openly defies Nabucco even while in captivity.

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* BadassBaritone: Both Nabucco and Zaccaria qualify, even if the latter is a bass.
* BadassPreacher: Zacaria, Zaccaria, the Jewish High Priest, who isn't above taking up a weapon and openly defies Nabucco even while in captivity.
4th Mar '13 1:37:58 PM feathers
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* RealitySubtext: The ''Resorgimento'' being in full swing at the time, the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves is often interpreted as an expression of longing for Italian unity.

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* RealitySubtext: The ''Resorgimento'' ''Risorgimento'' being in full swing at the time, the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves is often interpreted as an expression of longing for Italian unity.
13th Jan '13 3:22:59 AM SeptimusHeap
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This 1842 number by GiuseppeVerdi is a four act opera, set to a libretto by Temistocle Solera, and based on the [[TheBible biblical account]] of the exile of the Jews into slavery by the King of Babylon, [[CharacterTitle Nabucco]], better known in English as Nebuchadnezzar.

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This 1842 number by GiuseppeVerdi is a four act opera, set to a libretto by Temistocle Solera, and based on the [[TheBible [[Literature/TheBible biblical account]] of the exile of the Jews into slavery by the King of Babylon, [[CharacterTitle Nabucco]], better known in English as Nebuchadnezzar.
4th Jan '13 3:37:40 AM LinguaViva
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* RealitySubtext: The ''Resorgimento'' being in full swing at the time, the Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves is often interpreted as an expression of longing for Italian unity.
2nd Jan '13 7:24:23 AM LinguaViva
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* HighPriest
2nd Jan '13 7:22:08 AM LinguaViva
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* ReligionOfEvil: The cult of Baal. Kind of Justified by the HumanSacrifice....
2nd Jan '13 7:20:35 AM LinguaViva
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* FaithHeelTurn: Fenena, though she was never really evil to begin with. Also, by Act IV, [[spoiler: Nabucco himself]].



* HeelFaithTurn: Fenena, though she was never really evil to begin with. Also, by Act IV, [[spoiler: Nabucco himself]].



* PapaWolf: Nabucco himself, at least where Fenena is concerned. In the opening scene, he threatens to [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge wipe out the entire Hebrew race]] should his captive daughter come to harm, and later, this is the trait which drives his [[spoiler:FaithHeelTurn]].

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* PapaWolf: Nabucco himself, at least where Fenena is concerned. In the opening scene, he threatens to [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge wipe out the entire Hebrew race]] should his captive daughter come to harm, and later, this is the trait which drives his [[spoiler:FaithHeelTurn]].[[spoiler:HeelFaithTurn]].
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