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Morris: The ‘Anvil Chorus’

Posted: May 25, 2020

by Leo Morris The “Anvil Chorus” is the English name for the Coro di Zingari (Italian for “Gypsy chorus”) from act 2, scene 1 of Giuseppe Verdi’s 1853 opera “Il Trovatore.” It depicts Spanish Gypsies striking their anvils at dawn and singing the praises of hard work, good wine and Gypsy women. So, basically, a Read the full article…


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