Los instrumentos musicales de la Antigua Roma en la ópera “Eunice” de Luis H. Salgado
To carry out the research on the ancient musical instruments mentioned in the opera Eunice by Ecuadorian composer Luis Humberto Salgado (1903 – 1977), an organological study was carried out on each of these instruments by inserting some images. As for Salgado's libretto and the movie Quo Vadis?, they will serve as main reference sources to obtain information about the ancient Roman musical instruments, taking into account that the purpose is to be able to stage this opera, respecting as much as possible the historical moment in which it is located, first century of the Christian Era in Rome.
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