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Salieri traveled abroad to fulfill an important commission. The plot was based on an ancient Greek legend that had been the basis for the first play in a trilogy by Aeschylus , entitled The Suppliants.

The original commission that reached Salieri in —84 was to assist Gluck in finishing a work for Paris that had been all but completed; in reality, Gluck had failed to notate any of the score for the new opera and gave the entire project over to his young friend.

Gluck feared that the Parisian critics would denounce the opera by a young composer known mostly for comic pieces and so the opera was originally billed in the press as being a new work by Gluck with some assistance from Salieri, then shortly before the premiere of the opera the Parisian press reported that the work was to be partly by Gluck and partly by Salieri, and finally after popular and critical success on stage, the opera was acknowledged in a letter to the public by Gluck as being wholly by the young Salieri.

Salieri's first French opera contained scenes of great solemnity and festivity, but overshadowing it all was darkness and revenge.

The opera depicted politically motivated murder, filial duty and love in conflict, tyrannicide, and finally eternal damnation.

The opera, with its dark overture, lavish choral writing, many ballet scenes, and electrifying finale depicting a glimpse of hellish torture, kept the opera on the stage in Paris for over forty years.

Upon returning to Vienna following his success in Paris, Salieri met and befriended Lorenzo Da Ponte and had his first professional encounters with Mozart.

Da Ponte wrote his first opera libretto for Salieri, Il ricco d'un giorno A rich man for a day in , which was not a success. Salieri next turned to Giambattista Casti as a librettist; a more successful set of collaboration flowed from this pairing.

In Salieri produced one of his greatest works with the text by Casti, La grotta di Trofonio The cave of Trophonius , the first opera buffa published in full score by Artaria.

Salieri collaborated with Casti to produce a parody of the relationship between poet and composer in Prima la musica e poi le parole 'First the music and then the words.

This short work also highlighted the typical backstage antics of two high flown sopranos. This was intended to be the nec plus ultra of reform opera, a completely new synthesis of poetry and music that was an 18th-century anticipation of the ideals of Richard Wagner.

In Salieri returned to Vienna, where he remained for the rest of his life. In that year he became Kapellmeister of the Imperial Chapel upon the death of Giuseppe Bonno ; as Kapellmeister he conducted the music and musical school connected with the chapel until shortly before his death, being officially retired from the post in His Italian adaptation of Tarare , Axur proved to be his greatest international success.

Axur was widely produced throughout Europe and it even reached South America with the exiled royal house of Portugal in Axur and his other new compositions completed by marked the height of Salieri's popularity and his influence.

Just as his apogee of fame was being reached abroad, his influence in Vienna began to diminish with the death of Joseph II in Joseph's death deprived Salieri of his greatest patron and protector.

During this period of imperial change in Vienna and revolutionary ferment in France, Salieri composed two additional extremely innovative musical dramas to libretti by Giovanni Casti.

Due, however, to their satiric and overtly liberal political inclinations, both operas were seen as unsuitable for public performance in the politically reactive cultures of Leopold II and later Francis II.

These operas were composed in and respectively. Two other operas of little success and long term importance were composed in , and one great popular success La cifra The Cipher.

As Salieri's political position became insecure he was retired as director of the Italian opera in He continued to write new operas per imperial contract until , when he voluntarily withdrew from the stage.

His late opera based on William Shakespeare 's The Merry Wives of Windsor , Falstaff ossia Le tre burle Falstaff, or the three tricks has found a wider audience in modern times than its original reception promised.

When Salieri retired from the stage, he recognized that artistic styles had changed and he felt that he no longer had the creative capacity to adapt or the emotional desire to continue.

Also as Salieri aged he moved slowly away from his more liberal political stances as he saw the enlightened reform of Joseph II's reign, and the hoped-for reforms of the French revolution, replaced with more radical revolutionary ideas.

As the political situation threatened and eventually overwhelmed Austria, which was repeatedly crushed by French political forces, Salieri's first and most important biographer Ignaz von Mosel described the emotional effect that this political, social, and cultural upheaval had on the composer.

Mosel noted that these radical changes, especially the invasion and defeat of Austria, and the occupation of Vienna intertwined with the personal losses that struck Salieri in the same period led to his withdrawal from operatic work.

Related to this Mosel quotes the aged composer concerning the radical changes in musical taste that were underway in the age of Beethoven, "From that period [circa ] I realized that musical taste was gradually changing in a manner completely contrary to that of my own times.

Eccentricity and confusion of genres replaced reasoned and masterful simplicity. As his teaching and work with the imperial chapel continued, his duties required the composition of a large number of sacred works, and in his last years it was almost exclusively in religious works and teaching that Salieri occupied himself.

Among his compositions written for the chapel were two complete sets of vespers, many graduals, offertories, and four orchestral masses.

During this period he lost his only son in and his wife in Salieri continued to conduct publicly, including the performance on 18 March of Haydn 's The Creation during which Haydn collapsed, and several premieres by Beethoven including the 1st and 2nd Piano Concertos and Wellington's Victory.

He also continued to help administer several charities and organize their musical events. His remaining secular works in this late period fall into three categories: first, large scale cantatas and one oratorio Habsburg written on patriotic themes or in response to the international political situation, pedagogical works written to aid his students in voice, and finally simple songs, rounds or canons written for home entertainment; many with original poetry by the composer.

He also composed one large scale instrumental work in intended as a study in late classical orchestration: Twenty-Six Variations for the Orchestra on a Theme called La Folia di Spagna.

This simple melodic and harmonic progression had served as an inspiration for many baroque composers, and would be used by later romantic and post-romantic composers.

Salieri's setting is a brooding work in the minor key, which rarely moves far from the original melodic material, its main interest lies in the deft and varied handling of orchestral colors.

La Folia was the most monumental set of orchestral variations before Brahms ' Variations on a Theme by Haydn. His teaching of budding young musicians continued, and among his pupils in composition usually vocal were Ludwig van Beethoven , Antonio Casimir Cartellieri , Franz Liszt , Franz Schubert and many other luminaries of the early Romantic period.

He also instructed many prominent singers throughout his long career, including Caterina Canzi. All but the wealthiest of his pupils received their lessons for free, a tribute to the kindness Gassmann had shown Salieri as a penniless orphan.

Salieri was committed to medical care and suffered dementia for the last year and a half of his life [ according to whom?

His remains were later transferred to the Zentralfriedhof. His monument is adorned by a poem written by Joseph Weigl , one of his pupils:. Ruh sanft!

In ew'gen Harmonien Ist nun Dein Geist gelöst. Er sprach sich aus in zaubervollen Tönen, Jetzt schwebt er hin zum unvergänglich Schönen.

Rest in peace! Uncovered by dust Eternity shall bloom for you. In eternal harmonies Your spirit now is set free. It expressed itself in enchanting notes, Now it is floating to everlasting beauty.

During his time in Vienna, Salieri acquired great prestige as a composer and conductor, particularly of opera, but also of chamber and sacred music.

Salieri's earliest surviving work is a Mass in C major. He would write four major orchestral masses, a requiem, and many offertories, graduals, vesper settings, and sacred cantatas and oratorios.

Much of his sacred music dates from after his appointment as Hofkapellmeister in His small instrumental output includes two piano concerti , a concerto for organ written in , a concerto for flute , oboe and orchestra , a triple concerto for oboe, violin and cello, and a set of twenty-six variations on " La follia di Spagna " In the s, while Mozart lived and worked in Vienna, he and his father Leopold wrote in their letters that several "cabals" of Italians led by Salieri were actively putting obstacles in the way of Mozart's obtaining certain posts or staging his operas.

For example, Mozart wrote in December to his father that "the only one who counts in [the Emperor's] eyes is Salieri".

Mozart wrote to his father in May about Salieri and Lorenzo Da Ponte , the court poet: "You know those Italian gentlemen; they are very nice to your face!

Enough, we all know about them. And if [Da Ponte] is in league with Salieri, I'll never get a text from him, and I would love to show him what I can really do with an Italian opera.

Decades after Mozart's death, a rumour began to circulate that Mozart had been poisoned by Salieri. This rumour has been attributed by some to a rivalry between the German and the Italian schools of music.

Ironically, Salieri's music was much more in the tradition of Gluck and Gassmann than of the Italians like Paisiello or Cimarosa.

While Italian by birth, Salieri had lived in imperial Vienna for almost 60 years and was regarded by such people as the music critic Friedrich Rochlitz as a German composer.

The biographer Alexander Wheelock Thayer believes that Mozart's rivalry with Salieri could have originated with an incident in , when Mozart applied to be the music teacher of Princess Elisabeth of Württemberg , and Salieri was selected instead because of his reputation as a singing teacher.

The following year Mozart once again failed to be selected as the princess's piano teacher. In addition, when Lorenzo Da Ponte was in Prague preparing the production of Mozart's setting of his Don Giovanni , the poet was ordered back to Vienna for a royal wedding for which Salieri's Axur, re d'Ormus would be performed.

Obviously, Mozart was not pleased by this. However, even with Mozart and Salieri's rivalry for certain jobs, there is virtually no evidence that the relationship between the two composers was at all acrimonious beyond this, especially after around , when Mozart had become established in Vienna.

Rather, they appeared to usually see each other as friends and colleagues, and supported each other's work. For example, when Salieri was appointed Kapellmeister in , he chose to revive Figaro instead of introducing a new opera of his own, and when he attended the coronation festivities for Leopold II in , Salieri had no fewer than three Mozart masses in his luggage.

Salieri and Mozart even jointly composed a cantata for voice and piano, Per la ricuperata salute di Ofelia , which celebrated the return to the stage of the singer Nancy Storace.

This work, although it had been printed by Artaria in , was considered lost until 10 January , when the Schwäbische Zeitung reported on the discovery by musicologist and composer Timo Jouko Herrmann of a copy of its text and music while doing research on Antonio Salieri in the collections of the Czech Museum of Music.

In his last surviving letter from 14 October , Mozart told his wife that he had picked up Salieri and Caterina Cavalieri in his carriage and driven them both to the opera; about Salieri's attendance at his opera The Magic Flute , speaking enthusiastically: "He heard and saw with all his attention, and from the overture to the last choir there was not a piece that didn't elicit a 'Bravo!

Hummel , educated Mozart's younger son Franz Xaver Mozart , who was born about four months before his father's death. Salieri and his music were largely forgotten from the 19th century until the late 20th century.

His music today has regained some modest popularity via recordings. It is also the subject of increasing academic study, and a small number of his operas have returned to the stage.

In addition, there is now a Salieri Opera Festival sponsored by the Fondazione Culturale Antonio Salieri and dedicated to rediscovering his work and those of his contemporaries.

It is developing as an annual autumn event in his native town of Legnago, where a theatre has been renamed in his honour.

In , mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli released The Salieri Album , a CD with 13 arias from Salieri's operas, most of which had never been recorded before.

In , another female opera star, Diana Damrau , released a CD with seven Salieri coloratura arias. Salieri has yet to fully re-enter the general repertory, but performances of his works are progressively becoming more regular.

In , the opera Europa riconosciuta was staged in Milan for the reopening of La Scala in Milan, with soprano Diana Damrau in the title role. This production was also broadcast on television.

On 14 November in Graz, Austria, the hometown of the librettist Leopold Auenbrugger , Salieri's Der Rauchfangkehrer was given its first modern production.

In July there was another modern production of this Salieri opera. Salieri has even begun to attract some attention from Hollywood.

It is a story that builds on the rivalry between a meticulous but untested officer Gandolfini serving as the warden of a military prison and an imprisoned but much admired and highly decorated general Redford.

The Salieri piece is used as the warden's theme music, seemingly to invoke the image of jealousy of the inferior for his superior. In , the movie Copying Beethoven referred to Salieri in a more positive light.

In this movie a young female music student hired by Beethoven to copy out his Ninth Symphony is staying at a monastery.

The abbess tries to discourage her from working with the irreverent Beethoven. She notes that she too once had dreams, having come to Vienna to study opera singing with Salieri.

The scene where Obadiah Stane, the archrival of Tony Stark, the wealthy industrialist turned Iron Man, tells Tony that he is being ousted from his company by the board, Obadiah plays the opening few bars of the Salieri concerto on a piano in Stark's suite.

Salieri's life, and especially his relationship with Mozart, has been a subject of many stories, in a variety of media.

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When Salieri retired from the stage, he recognized that artistic styles had changed and he felt that he no longer had the creative capacity to adapt or the emotional desire to continue.

Also as Salieri aged he moved slowly away from his more liberal political stances as he saw the enlightened reform of Joseph II's reign, and the hoped-for reforms of the French revolution, replaced with more radical revolutionary ideas.

As the political situation threatened and eventually overwhelmed Austria, which was repeatedly crushed by French political forces, Salieri's first and most important biographer Ignaz von Mosel described the emotional effect that this political, social, and cultural upheaval had on the composer.

Mosel noted that these radical changes, especially the invasion and defeat of Austria, and the occupation of Vienna intertwined with the personal losses that struck Salieri in the same period led to his withdrawal from operatic work.

Related to this Mosel quotes the aged composer concerning the radical changes in musical taste that were underway in the age of Beethoven, "From that period [circa ] I realized that musical taste was gradually changing in a manner completely contrary to that of my own times.

Eccentricity and confusion of genres replaced reasoned and masterful simplicity. As his teaching and work with the imperial chapel continued, his duties required the composition of a large number of sacred works, and in his last years it was almost exclusively in religious works and teaching that Salieri occupied himself.

Among his compositions written for the chapel were two complete sets of vespers, many graduals, offertories, and four orchestral masses. During this period he lost his only son in and his wife in Salieri continued to conduct publicly, including the performance on 18 March of Haydn 's The Creation during which Haydn collapsed, and several premieres by Beethoven including the 1st and 2nd Piano Concertos and Wellington's Victory.

He also continued to help administer several charities and organize their musical events. His remaining secular works in this late period fall into three categories: first, large scale cantatas and one oratorio Habsburg written on patriotic themes or in response to the international political situation, pedagogical works written to aid his students in voice, and finally simple songs, rounds or canons written for home entertainment; many with original poetry by the composer.

He also composed one large scale instrumental work in intended as a study in late classical orchestration: Twenty-Six Variations for the Orchestra on a Theme called La Folia di Spagna.

This simple melodic and harmonic progression had served as an inspiration for many baroque composers, and would be used by later romantic and post-romantic composers.

Salieri's setting is a brooding work in the minor key, which rarely moves far from the original melodic material, its main interest lies in the deft and varied handling of orchestral colors.

La Folia was the most monumental set of orchestral variations before Brahms ' Variations on a Theme by Haydn. His teaching of budding young musicians continued, and among his pupils in composition usually vocal were Ludwig van Beethoven , Antonio Casimir Cartellieri , Franz Liszt , Franz Schubert and many other luminaries of the early Romantic period.

He also instructed many prominent singers throughout his long career, including Caterina Canzi. All but the wealthiest of his pupils received their lessons for free, a tribute to the kindness Gassmann had shown Salieri as a penniless orphan.

Salieri was committed to medical care and suffered dementia for the last year and a half of his life [ according to whom? His remains were later transferred to the Zentralfriedhof.

His monument is adorned by a poem written by Joseph Weigl , one of his pupils:. Ruh sanft! In ew'gen Harmonien Ist nun Dein Geist gelöst.

Er sprach sich aus in zaubervollen Tönen, Jetzt schwebt er hin zum unvergänglich Schönen. Rest in peace!

Uncovered by dust Eternity shall bloom for you. In eternal harmonies Your spirit now is set free. It expressed itself in enchanting notes, Now it is floating to everlasting beauty.

During his time in Vienna, Salieri acquired great prestige as a composer and conductor, particularly of opera, but also of chamber and sacred music.

Salieri's earliest surviving work is a Mass in C major. He would write four major orchestral masses, a requiem, and many offertories, graduals, vesper settings, and sacred cantatas and oratorios.

Much of his sacred music dates from after his appointment as Hofkapellmeister in His small instrumental output includes two piano concerti , a concerto for organ written in , a concerto for flute , oboe and orchestra , a triple concerto for oboe, violin and cello, and a set of twenty-six variations on " La follia di Spagna " In the s, while Mozart lived and worked in Vienna, he and his father Leopold wrote in their letters that several "cabals" of Italians led by Salieri were actively putting obstacles in the way of Mozart's obtaining certain posts or staging his operas.

For example, Mozart wrote in December to his father that "the only one who counts in [the Emperor's] eyes is Salieri".

Mozart wrote to his father in May about Salieri and Lorenzo Da Ponte , the court poet: "You know those Italian gentlemen; they are very nice to your face!

Enough, we all know about them. And if [Da Ponte] is in league with Salieri, I'll never get a text from him, and I would love to show him what I can really do with an Italian opera.

Decades after Mozart's death, a rumour began to circulate that Mozart had been poisoned by Salieri. This rumour has been attributed by some to a rivalry between the German and the Italian schools of music.

Ironically, Salieri's music was much more in the tradition of Gluck and Gassmann than of the Italians like Paisiello or Cimarosa.

While Italian by birth, Salieri had lived in imperial Vienna for almost 60 years and was regarded by such people as the music critic Friedrich Rochlitz as a German composer.

The biographer Alexander Wheelock Thayer believes that Mozart's rivalry with Salieri could have originated with an incident in , when Mozart applied to be the music teacher of Princess Elisabeth of Württemberg , and Salieri was selected instead because of his reputation as a singing teacher.

The following year Mozart once again failed to be selected as the princess's piano teacher. In addition, when Lorenzo Da Ponte was in Prague preparing the production of Mozart's setting of his Don Giovanni , the poet was ordered back to Vienna for a royal wedding for which Salieri's Axur, re d'Ormus would be performed.

Obviously, Mozart was not pleased by this. However, even with Mozart and Salieri's rivalry for certain jobs, there is virtually no evidence that the relationship between the two composers was at all acrimonious beyond this, especially after around , when Mozart had become established in Vienna.

Rather, they appeared to usually see each other as friends and colleagues, and supported each other's work. For example, when Salieri was appointed Kapellmeister in , he chose to revive Figaro instead of introducing a new opera of his own, and when he attended the coronation festivities for Leopold II in , Salieri had no fewer than three Mozart masses in his luggage.

Salieri and Mozart even jointly composed a cantata for voice and piano, Per la ricuperata salute di Ofelia , which celebrated the return to the stage of the singer Nancy Storace.

This work, although it had been printed by Artaria in , was considered lost until 10 January , when the Schwäbische Zeitung reported on the discovery by musicologist and composer Timo Jouko Herrmann of a copy of its text and music while doing research on Antonio Salieri in the collections of the Czech Museum of Music.

In his last surviving letter from 14 October , Mozart told his wife that he had picked up Salieri and Caterina Cavalieri in his carriage and driven them both to the opera; about Salieri's attendance at his opera The Magic Flute , speaking enthusiastically: "He heard and saw with all his attention, and from the overture to the last choir there was not a piece that didn't elicit a 'Bravo!

Hummel , educated Mozart's younger son Franz Xaver Mozart , who was born about four months before his father's death.

Salieri and his music were largely forgotten from the 19th century until the late 20th century. His music today has regained some modest popularity via recordings.

It is also the subject of increasing academic study, and a small number of his operas have returned to the stage. In addition, there is now a Salieri Opera Festival sponsored by the Fondazione Culturale Antonio Salieri and dedicated to rediscovering his work and those of his contemporaries.

It is developing as an annual autumn event in his native town of Legnago, where a theatre has been renamed in his honour. In , mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli released The Salieri Album , a CD with 13 arias from Salieri's operas, most of which had never been recorded before.

In , another female opera star, Diana Damrau , released a CD with seven Salieri coloratura arias. Salieri has yet to fully re-enter the general repertory, but performances of his works are progressively becoming more regular.

In , the opera Europa riconosciuta was staged in Milan for the reopening of La Scala in Milan, with soprano Diana Damrau in the title role.

This production was also broadcast on television. On 14 November in Graz, Austria, the hometown of the librettist Leopold Auenbrugger , Salieri's Der Rauchfangkehrer was given its first modern production.

In July there was another modern production of this Salieri opera. Salieri has even begun to attract some attention from Hollywood.

It is a story that builds on the rivalry between a meticulous but untested officer Gandolfini serving as the warden of a military prison and an imprisoned but much admired and highly decorated general Redford.

The Salieri piece is used as the warden's theme music, seemingly to invoke the image of jealousy of the inferior for his superior.

In , the movie Copying Beethoven referred to Salieri in a more positive light. In this movie a young female music student hired by Beethoven to copy out his Ninth Symphony is staying at a monastery.

The abbess tries to discourage her from working with the irreverent Beethoven. She notes that she too once had dreams, having come to Vienna to study opera singing with Salieri.

The scene where Obadiah Stane, the archrival of Tony Stark, the wealthy industrialist turned Iron Man, tells Tony that he is being ousted from his company by the board, Obadiah plays the opening few bars of the Salieri concerto on a piano in Stark's suite.

Salieri's life, and especially his relationship with Mozart, has been a subject of many stories, in a variety of media.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the erotic filmmaker, see Mario Salieri. Italian composer — This section does not cite any sources.

Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. April Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Lexico UK Dictionary. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 18 August Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Merriam-Webster Dictionary. Grove Music Online.

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