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 (lā′ōn-kə-vä′lō, -kä-väl′-), Ruggero 1858-1919.
Italian composer who wrote the opera Pagliacci (1892).


(Italian leoŋkaˈvallo)
(Biography) Ruggiero (rudˈdʒɛːro). 1858–1919, Italian composer of operas, notably I Pagliacci (1892)


(ˌleɪ ɔn kəˈvɑ loʊ, leɪˌoʊn-)

Ruggiero, 1858–1919, Italian operatic composer and librettist.
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A welcome exception to this rule is found in the work of author Konrad Dryden, who during the last decade has produced monographs on the late-nineteenth-century Italian opera composers Riccardo Zandonai (Riccardo Zandonai: A Biography [New York: Peter Lang, 1999]) and Ruggero Leoncavallo (Leoncavallo: Life and Works [Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2007]), and who now offers a third: a study of Franco Alfano, nowadays best known for his completion of Puccini's Turandot.
The composer is Ruggero Leoncavallo, remembered only for his short opera about a homicidal clown, AoI PagliacciAo, a work forever paired with MascagniAAEs AoCavalleria RusticanaAo to fill out an evening.
Beautiful storytelling and live opera singing combine to reveal the heart behind a legend featuring live music from Puccini, Rossini, Leoncavallo, Tosti and the immortal song that Caruso introduced to the world O Sole Mio.
By Konrad Dryden, with forewords by Placido Domingo and Piera Leoncavallo.