Mozart Marriage Of Figaro

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The Marriage of Figaro, comic opera in four acts by Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte), which premiered in Vienna at the Burgtheater on May 1, 1786. Based on Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais’s 1784 play Le Mariage de Figaro, Mozart’s work remains a. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) composed his 4 act opera The Marriage of Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro) in 1786. The Marriage of Figaro is known as an opera buffa (comic opera) based on a stage comedy of the time. The opera’s premiere was a notable success and The Marriage of Figaro remains one of the most performed operas of all time. Mozart and da Ponte had reached their goal: “The Marriage of Figaro” was performed and even rewarded by a fee from the emperor. The world premiere on May 1, 1786, at the Burgtheater in Vienna was not exceptionally successful. The orchestra had difficulties coming. “The Marriage of Figaro” in Prague. However, Mozart’s opera was far more successful in Prague. After the less than moderate success of his work in Vienna, Mozart found himself in dire need of money again. There still was no permanent employment in sight. Unexpectedly, he was invited to conduct “Figaro” himself in Prague. Check out Mozart: Marriage Of Figaro (The) (Highlights) by Pier Giorgio Morandi on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on

Figaro may refer to:


  • Figaro, the central character in:
    • The Barber of Seville (play), a 1775 play by Pierre Beaumarchais
      • The Barber of Seville (Paisiello), a 1782 opera by Paisiello based on the play
      • The Barber of Seville, an 1816 opera by Rossini based on the play
      • Figaro qua, Figaro là, 1950 Italian comedy film directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia
    • The Guilty Mother, a 1792 play by Beaumarchais
      • La mère coupable, a 1966 opera by Milhaud based on the play
    • The Marriage of Figaro (play), a 1784 play by Beaumarchais
      • The Marriage of Figaro, a 1786 opera by Mozart based on the play
  • Figaro, a comic strip character in The Topper


  • Le Figaro, the oldest extant newspaper in France
  • Figaro in London, an early Victorian comic magazine published in England
  • London Figaro, a late Victorian satirical magazine published in England
  • Queensland Figaro, a weekly newspaper published from 1883 to 1936 in Australia
  • Figaro (Vienna), a Viennese satirical magazine published 1857–1919 (de)


  • The Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro, a 2004 comedy musical staged by Russian and Ukrainian television channels NTV (Russia) and Inter
  • Figaro (Disney), a kitten created by The Walt Disney Company, which first appeared in the 1940 film Pinocchio
  • Figaro, a kingdom in the video game Final Fantasy VI
  • Galileo Figaro, character from the stage musical We Will Rock You
  • MDR Figaro, German broadcaster Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk's cultural radio channel
  • Figaro (film), a 1929 French silent historical comedy film
  • Figaro, movie production company of Joseph L. Mankiewicz
  • The Abduction of Figaro, an opera parody by Peter Schickele


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  • 'Figaro' (song), a 1978 UK number-one song by Brotherhood of Man
  • 'Figaro', a song by Madvillain from their album Madvillainy
  • 'Figaro', a song by Nine Muses from their 2012 album Sweet Rendezvous

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  • Pen-name of Henry Clapp, Jr. editor of The Saturday Press
  • Figaro, nickname of Spanish author Mariano José de Larra


  • Figaro chain, a type of chain used in jewelry
  • Figaro Coffee Company, a chain of coffee shops in Philippines
  • Figaro (genus), a genus of catsharks
  • Nissan Figaro, a retro-styled compact car produced by Nissan in a limited production run in 1991
  • Figaro Bénéteau, a design of sailing yacht used for French Offshore Racing
  • Solitaire du Figaro, a sailing race, taking place every summer between France, England, Ireland, and Spain

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