Leone Emanuele Bardare

born in 1820 in Napoli, Campania, Italy

died in 1874

Leone Emanuele Bardare

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Leone Emanuele Bardare (born Naples, 1820 – died there after 1874) was an Italian poet. He is remembered for completing the libretto to Giuseppe Verdi's Il trovatore after the death, in 1852, of original librettist Salvadore Cammarano.[1] Bardare also crafted a new libretto, titled Clara di Perth, for Rigoletto in an attempt to placate the Neapolitan censors.


  1. ^ Osborne, Charles (2004). The Opera Lover's Companion. New Haven: Yale University Press. p. 499. ISBN 0300123736. Retrieved 7 April 2012. 

External links

  • Works by or about Leone Emanuele Bardare at Internet Archive

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