Chorus of Hebrew Slaves 1842
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|Full name of work:||Chorus of Hebrew Slaves 1842|
|Composer:||Verdi, Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco (1813-1901), Italian|
|Music category:||Opera romantic|
|Name of file creator:||Woodroffe, Richard|
|e-mail address:||richard "dot" woodroffe "at" tinyonline "dot" co "dot" uk|
|Comments:||From Nabucco, an opera about Nebuchadnezzar(Nabucodonosor in Italian) and his daughters Fenena and Abegaille (an adopted slave).|
Set in 586 BC.
This song from the Opera, perhaps the most famous part, is sung by the Hebrew slaves who were on the banks of the River Euphrates nostalgically yearning for their homeland.