Bel Canto Corset Cuff

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Bel Canto Corset Cuff

This exquisite cuff features a black and white sheet music graphic over 22K gold leaf. The music depicted is from Brindisi’s “The Drinking Song” in Verdi’s La Traviata. Handmade in the USA, it is 1.5” wide and fits most wrists.

The third most-performed opera in Met history, Verdi’s La Traviata was first presented by the nascent Metropolitan Opera Company during the third week of its inaugural season in 1883. Since then, the opera has appeared more than 1,000 times.

  • 22K gold leaf
  • 2.5” diameter x 1.5” W
  • Fits most wrists
  • Made in the USA


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History

La Traviata

Giuseppe Verdi’s La Traviata (The Fallen Woman) is a three-act opera based on “La Dame aux Camelias”, adapted from the novel by
Alexandre Dumas. The play is still staged today in its original form.

Originally titled, Violetta after the main character, La Traviata is one of the composer’s most frequently performed operas.

The story is of Violetta, a beautiful courtesan of Paris, Alfredo, her handsome, yet penniless lover and Alfredo’s father, Germont, who destroys their love.

The Met’s 2018–19 production of Verdi's heartbreaking classic featured a decadent 18th-century Paris played out against a stunning backdrop that changed with the seasons and the nature of Violetta and Alfredo's doomed, but exquisitely beautiful romance.

La Traviata made its world premiere in Venice at the Teatro la Fenice, on March 6, 1853.

 

 

 

 

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