Rigoletto

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Rigoletto sī chi̍t chhut Italia ê opera koa-kio̍k, pún chhut ê im-ga̍k sī Giuseppe Verdi siá--ê; libretto (koa-kio̍k-pún) sī Francesco Maria Piave kun-kù Victor Hugo ê kio̍k-pún Le roi s'amuse pian--ê. Thâu chi̍t pái ê ián-chhut sī 1851 nî ê sî ùi Venice ê La Fenice Kio̍k-tiûⁿ (Teatro La Fenice).

"Rigoletto" sī jîn-bu̍t ê miâ, chi̍t ūi khiau-ku ê kiong-tiong siáu-thiú.[1]

Chham-khó su-bo̍k[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  • Fisher, Burton D., pian. (2002). "Chapter 10: Verdi: Towering Romantic Passions". A History of Opera: Milestones and Metamorphoses. Opera Classics Library. ISBN 978-1930841819. 

Chù-kha[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Eng-gí: jester, Au-chiu kó͘-chá chi̍t khoán tī hôa-cho̍k sin-ku-piⁿ kóng chhiò ê lâng, siong-tong Tiong-kok ê lāng-sîn (弄臣).