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The Harpsichord in the 18th Century of the Most Serene Republic of Venice
Michele Barchi (harpsichord)
Mark Tucker (Clistene, ) Ruth Rosique (Aristea), Roberta Invernizzi (Argene), Romina Basso (Megacle), Franziska Gottwald (Licida), Furio Zanasi (Alcandro) & Filippo Adami (Aminta)
Venice Baroque Orchestra, Andrea Marcon (conductor) & Dominique Poulange (director)
If you think of Galuppi only as a master of comic opera, then the DVD of this serious work, first performed in Milan in 1748, will blow your mind. It is brilliant: the music is magnificently... — More…
Roberta Canzian (soprano), Laura Polverelli (mezzo-soprano), Aldo Caputo (tenor) & Marco Bussi (bass)
Lege Artis Choir of St Petersburg & I Solisti Veneti, Claudio Scimone
Anna Maria Panzarella (Agnesina), Liesbeth Devos (Xunchia), Priscille Laplace (Kam-sì), Federica Carnevale (Zyda), Filippo Adami (Zon-zon), Alberto Rinaldi (Geminiano), Juri Gorodezki (Ly-lam) & Daniele Zanfardino (Si-sin)
Opera Royal de Wallonie, Rinaldo Alessandrini (conductor) &...
This eighteenth-century premonition of The Mikado is a delight...The cast is good, though there's only one star: Anna Maria Panzarella (Agnesina) does the tomboy thing terribly well and as she... — More…