The unforgettable Peter Ustinov plays Nero in & quot; Quo vadis & quot;? Nero loved singing and playing the harp

The unforgettable Peter Ustinov plays Nero in “Whither goest thou”? Nero loved singing and playing the harp

Nerone He had a lot of fixations (you see https://www.pilloledistoria.it/8959/storia-antica/nerone-la-passione-lo-sport) , but for the’art, especially the Greek, nourished a true and deep passion since childhood, although it was actually denied for each discipline in which he confronted himself.

The music, the poetry and the theater certainly interested him much more than politics.

He himself liked to test in performance of various kinds, though, his regret, He never obtained the desired success and who persisted in believing you deserve.

In I sing mostly, Nerone He was practicing till you drop.

Despite the efforts, however,, the bizarre Roman emperor was not brought to this ancient and noble art, but to avoid its frequent and dangerous outbursts, the masters ended to humor carefully avoiding injuring of self-esteem, particularly sensitive about its (alleged) artistry.

But it seems that Nero would go better with the cithara, a musical instrument among the most popular in ancient Rome, he could play fairly well (Photo gives: ramonnovarr.blogspot.it).