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  1. Giuditta Pasta. Giuditta Angiola Maria Costanza Pasta ( née Negri; 26 October 1797 – 1 April 1865) was an Italian opera singer. A soprano, she has been compared to the 20th-century soprano Maria Callas . Career. Early career. Pasta was born Giuditta Angiola Maria Costanza Negri in Saronno, near Milan, on 26 October 1797. [1] .

  2. Giuditta Angiola Maria Costanza Pasta (nascida Negri; Saronno, 26 de outubro de 1797 - 1 de abril de 1865) foi uma cantora de ópera italiana (soprano sfogato). Ela foi comparada à soprano Maria Callas do século 20.

  3. Giuditta Pasta (born October 28, 1797, Saronno, near Milan—died April 1, 1865, Blevio, Como, Italy) was the reigning Italian soprano of her time, acclaimed for her vocal range and expressiveness. She studied with Bonifazio Asioli and Giuseppe Scappa at Milan and made her debut there in 1815 in Scappa’s Le tre Eleonore.

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  4. 11 de set. de 2007 · Abstract. This essay explores the artistry of the nineteenth-century Italian singer Giuditta Pasta within the broad context of an ‘artwork’ (Goehr) and ideas of ‘presence’ (Gumbrecht). Pasta was the acknowledged diva del mondo during the 1820s, famed not only for an extraordinary if flawed voice, but also for the physicality ...

  5. Giuditta Angiola Maria Costanza Pasta, nata Negri (Saronno, 26 ottobre 1797 – Blevio, 1º aprile 1865), è stata un contralto e soprano italiano. È considerata, insieme a Maria Malibran, la più celebre cantante lirica del XIX secolo

  6. Who was Giuditta Pasta and just how good was the Italian soprano? - Classical Music. Just who was Giuditta Pasta? George Hall explores the story of the Italian soprano and the legacy she left behind.

  7. 9 de mar. de 2019 · Palazzo Valli-Bruni, detail. Giuditta Pasta is undoubtedly one of Como’s famous daughters – someone who achieved international recognition for her artistic abilities; a reputation gained not just through natural talent but by applying sensitivity and dedication to perfecting her art.