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* Armida al campo by Giuseppe Boniventi ( Venice, 1708 )
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Armida was translated into German and widely performed, especially in the northern German states, where it helped to establish Salieri's reputation as an important and innovative modern composer It would also be the first opera to receive a serious preparation in a piano and vocal reduction by Carl Friedrich Cramer in 1783.
Armida was soon followed by Salieri's first truly popular success ; a commedia per musica in the style of Carlo Goldoni La fiera di Venezia ( The Fair of Venice ).
His opera ' Rinaldo and Armida ' has recently been published in the Recent Researches of the Music of the Baroque Era series ( A-R Editions ), edited by Steven Plank.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Casa de Cultura Jesús Reyes Heroles was inhabited by María Concepción Armida, who is being considered for beatification by the Catholic Church.
Rinaldo and Armida, by Francois Boucher, 1734 ; this painting gained Boucher entrance to the Academie ( Louvre Museum )
He contributed to the society's exhibitions upwards of three hundred portraits and other works, among them being " The Enchantress Armida ", exhibited in 1831 ; " Haidee aroused from her Trance by the sound of Music ", 1834 ; " Eros ", 1836 ; " Italian Boys playing at the National Game of Mora " and the " Prisoner of Chillon ", 1837 ; " The Scene in St. Peter's, Rome, from Byron's Deformed Transformed ", 1839 ; " The Convent of St. Isidore: the Monks giving away provisions ", 1841 ; and a " Scene in a Spanish Posada in Andalusia ", 1843.
The witch Armida ( modeled on Circe in Homer and the witch Alcina in Ariosto's epic ) enters the Christian camp asking for their aid ; her seductions divide the knights against each other and a group leaves with her, only to be transformed into animals by her magic.
Two Christian knights seek out the hidden fortress, brave the dangers that guard it and, by giving Rinaldo a mirror of diamond, force him to see himself in his effeminated and amorous state and to return to the war, leaving Armida heartbroken.
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