Giuseppe Verdi the opera singer.

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Cento trenta sei anni fa, Giuseppe Verdi ha scritto un bel'opera. L'opera ha cinque atti. L'opera si chiama Don Carlo. L'opera e circa Don Carlo amore con il padres padrona. Carlo libera Flemish da Spagna è preso e porta la colpa per la rivoluzione. Anche l'opera ha un il complotto complicato circa gli affari e l'adultry. Mi piace l'opera Don Carlo perce e' magnifico l'arte.

Don Carlo, Infante of Spain, went secretly to France to visit Elisabetta de Valois, who he was secretly set up to marry, but had never met. In a forest called Fontainebleau the two people stumble upon each other and fall in love. But when Lerma, the Spanish ambassador, arrives, he tells them that as a condition of the peace treaty between France and Spain, Elisabetta was made to marry Fillipino, Carlo's father.

Carlo, in his misery, goes to the cloister of the monastery of St.

Just, where his grandfather, Carlo V, was a friar and retreated from the throne. When Carlo confesses to his friend Rodrigo, Marquis of Posa, that he loves his father's wife, Rodrigo urges him to devote himself instead to the cause of Flemish independence from Spanish oppression. The two men pledge friendship and devotion to liberty.

Outside the convent, Princess Eboli sings some ladies of the court a love song. When the queen arrives, Rodrigo hands her a note from Carlo on the sly. She agrees to see Carlo, who tells of his love for her. When she tells him that she is now in an impossible position, the distraught Infante rushes off. Filippo, finding Elisabetta unattended, sends her lady-in-waiting into exile. When Rodrigo speaks frankly to the king about his hopes for Flanders, Filippo asks him to watch Carlo and the queen, whom he suspects.

Carlo goes...