Museo Giuseppe Verdi, Busseto

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  • How can this possibly be called as a "National Museum of Verdi"? There is NOTHING really connected to Verdi apart from the names of the operas he composed and the sound of his music: no scores, letter...  more »
  • The Museum is housed in Villa Pallavicini, an incredible complex with dozens of rooms that today accommodate Green's career on two floors. Is traced primarily the artistic life of the master, using sets and reproductions of paintings, but also the music of the various works. Undoubtedly made the effort to trim levels would require an overhaul of the offer, because the complex is a story told and not a display of memorabilia. The only ones are a good number of costumes worn by the performers during some performances of Verdi's operas held years ago at La Scala in Milan. So if you're looking for memorabilia won't be disappointed (present both in Casa Barezzi, Busseto, which always in the House of Sant'Agata where Verdi lived for a long time), but the visit in my opinion should be done taking all the good it can offer, including therefore the architecture of the villa, really Bella. Every room has something valuable on the vaults are frescoes, stucco or that represent the importance of the family that lived there. The water-filled moat that surrounds it.
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  • Outside the ancient walls, at the end of an avenue of poplars, stands the Renaissance and Scenic Villa Pallavicino, villa of delights among the finest of Parma. Back in ' 500 named "Boffalora" (from the main building open for Lodge, exposed to the 4 winds), later renamed by the people "palazzo dei Marchesi", remained unfinished until late ' 600. It is preceded by a monumental Hall typical Italian Mannerist architect Domenico Valmargini, seventeenth-century Ducal likely work. In Hall 2 stand out niches with statues in stone Istrian Flora and Bacchus, created by Giuseppe Torretti, Venetian stucco and motifs which were added almost eighteenth-century theatre. The part in Green was no riot of garden art, where to clean Italian rigour mounted Woods and happy trails among the flowers. Is a perfect example of the transfer in the periphery of urban delights, prelude of hunting lodges five-XVII century.
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  • Nice the audio guide with narration by Philippe Daverio, beautiful costumes. Sin cover the walls of the rooms of the historic building with pvc sheets to recreate the setting of 27 works. Room for improvement.
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  • rather than criticize one should visit this beautiful Museum even more than once and studying the life of the master, the universal genius of music of all time, depriving us of the hat, we wouldn't deign to shine his shoes.
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  • Nice place and see for music lovers
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  • All 27 works by the master with costumes. Atmosphere of Enchantment.
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  • The ticket price is too high compared to what offers ... any length of scene (very beautiful) but otherwise only prints photocopies ...
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