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Comments about the soundtrack for Hannibal (Hans Zimmer)
What opera are they watching in Florence? Is it a real one? *NM*

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What opera are they watching in Florence? Is it a real one? *NM*   Monday, November 5, 2001 (9:26 a.m.) 



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Re: what opera are they watching in florence? is it a real o   Thursday, November 8, 2001 (9:07 p.m.) 

Actually, the opera seen in Florence was composed especially for the film by a Patrick Cassidy. It was never seen before the movie was released, but that's not to say it won't ever be performed again. I would assume that Mr. Cassidy would compose a full opera to go along with it if he ever wanted to do something like that, as a 4 minute song isn't what most would consider the average length of an opera.

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Re: what opera are they watching in florence? is it a real o   Sunday, June 2, 2002 (5:32 p.m.) 

I know this was writen a long time ago, but the opera from the movie was actually a short libretto called "Vide Cor Meum" from Dante's La Vita Nouva, which means "The New Life"...~Loni
It's an amazing opera


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