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His father's rebuke provokes an outpouring of despair from Arnold: in his recitative we learn of his previous service in the forces of the Austrian rulers, his rescue of Mathilde from an avalanche, and the conflict between his love for her and his shame at serving the "perfidious power". Horn fanfares herald the approach of Gesler, the Austrian governor, whom the Swiss detest, and his entourage. Arnold moves off to greet their arrival, as Mathilde will accompany them, but is stopped by Tell. Inquiring as to where Arnold is going, Tell persuades him to consider joining the planned rebellion against the governor. The expressive duet in which this takes place again shows the tension Arnold feels between his love for Mathilde and the "fatherland" ( Ah! Mathilde, idole de mon âme!...Ô ma patrie, mon cœur te sacrifie... – "Ah, Mathilde, idol of my soul...O my fatherland, my heart sacrifices to you..."). By the end of the exchange, Arnold is prepared to confront Gesler the moment he arrives; Tell persuades him to at least let the festival pass in peace, but knows he has gained a convert to the cause of freedom.

Through the friendly interposition of the Marquis Cavalli, his first opera, La cambiale di matrimonio ( The Marriage Contract ), was produced at Venice when he was a youth of 18 years. Two years before this he had already received the prize at the Conservatorio of Bologna for his cantata Il pianto d'Armonia sulla morte d'Orfeo . Between 1810 and 1813 at Bologna, Rome, Venice and Milan, Rossini produced operas of varying success, most notably La pietra del paragone and Il signor Bruschino , with its brilliant and unique overture. In 1813, Tancredi and L'italiana in Algeri were even bigger successes, and catapulted the 20-year-old composer to international fame.

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In order to publicize his own music and to stimulate and improve the musical tastes of the burgeoning concert-going public, Schumann founded Die Neue Zeitschrift für Musik (The New Journal for Music) in 1834, and remained active as its editor for ten years. In the pages of this publication, Schumann considerably raised the standards of music criticism and did much to promote the careers of young composers such as Frédéric Chopin , Hector Berlioz , and especially Johannes Brahms , who was to become a very close friend of Schumann.
Throughout his life, Schumann felt himself divided by two contrasting natures: the gentle, poetic, Apollonian side, which he called "Eusebius"; and the more forthright, dramatic and stormy side he named "Florestan". Because of this rift in his personality, he feared insanity for much of his life, and eventually did spend his last years in an asylum.


Gioacchino Rossini / Bruno Landi , Wilfred Engelman , Lucille Browning , Hilde Reggiani , Carlos Ramirez , Lorenzo Alvary , John Gurney - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra And RCA Victor Symphony Chorus* Chorus·Conductor Guiseppe Bamboschek - The Barber Of SevillaGioacchino Rossini / Bruno Landi , Wilfred Engelman , Lucille Browning , Hilde Reggiani , Carlos Ramirez , Lorenzo Alvary , John Gurney - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra And RCA Victor Symphony Chorus* Chorus·Conductor Guiseppe Bamboschek - The Barber Of SevillaGioacchino Rossini / Bruno Landi , Wilfred Engelman , Lucille Browning , Hilde Reggiani , Carlos Ramirez , Lorenzo Alvary , John Gurney - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra And RCA Victor Symphony Chorus* Chorus·Conductor Guiseppe Bamboschek - The Barber Of SevillaGioacchino Rossini / Bruno Landi , Wilfred Engelman , Lucille Browning , Hilde Reggiani , Carlos Ramirez , Lorenzo Alvary , John Gurney - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra And RCA Victor Symphony Chorus* Chorus·Conductor Guiseppe Bamboschek - The Barber Of Sevilla

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