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Malcolm


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(Verdi: Macbeth). Ten. Son of Duncan, the King of Scotland, and therefore the rightful heir to the throne. After his father's murder by Macbeth, Malcolm flees to England, but leads his troops into battle and enters Scotland with his victorious army to claim his throne. Created (1847) by Francesco Rossi.

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