Il Matrimonio Segreto

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dc.contributor.other Domenico Cimarosa es
dc.contributor.other Carolina : Susan Patterson es
dc.contributor.other Paolino : William Matteuzzi es
dc.contributor.other Alfonso Antoniozzi es
dc.contributor.other Elisetta : Janet Williams es
dc.contributor.other Fidalma : Gloria Banditelli es
dc.contributor.other Il Conte Robinson : Petteri Salomaa es
dc.contributor.other Orchestra of Eastern Netherlands es
dc.contributor.other Gabriele Bellini es
dc.contributor.other Il Signor Geronimo : Alfonso Antoniozzi es
dc.contributor.other Hans Ludwig Hirsch es
dc.coverage.spatial Germany es
dc.date.accessioned 2013-05-30T17:16:49Z
dc.date.available 1994
dc.date.available 2013-05-30T17:16:49Z
dc.date.copyright 1994
dc.date.issued 2013-05-30
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3258
dc.description.abstract A composer who was quite familiar to Mozart's operatic audiences, Domenico Cimarosa was the prolific creator of over 60 operas. He was the son of a poor bricklayer, coming from a working-class family. He studied music at the Conservatorio Santa Maria di Loreto from 1761 until 1772. Among his teachers was the famous Piccinni, the rival of Gluck in France. His first opera was Le stravaganza del conte. It premiered in Naples in 1772, and its success was such that it brought Cimarosa immediate recognition. Cimarosa spent the next several years in Rome and Naples, and composed over twenty operas for these two cities. His operas were performed internationally in Paris, Vienna, Dresden, and London. In 1787, Catherine II invited him to St. Petersburg. During his stay in Russia, Cimarosa continued to compose at a prodigious rate. La Cleopatra and La vergine del sole are two works that were staged in 1788. Subsequently, Leopold II of Austria engaged him as court Kapellmeister in Vienna, to fill the position vacated by Salieri. One of Cimarosa's greatest successes was staged in Vienna. Il matrimonio segreto, a delightful comic opera full of invention and wit, immensely pleased the Emperor. He gave the entire cast supper, and had them perform the entire opera again that same evening. Although lacking Mozart's depth, Cimarosa's music does possess some of Mozart's qualities—in particular, a gift for the comic, buffo style. After the death of the Emperor, Salieri was reappointed Kapellmeister, and Cimarosa was released. He left Vienna and returned to Naples where he entered the service of the King. He was hailed in Naples as a great operatic hero, and his Il matrimonio segreto was performed 57 times running. However, Cimarosa's last years were marked by misfortune. When the French Republican army marched into Naples, Cimarosa enthusiastically declared his support of the revolution. He was immediately thrown into prison and condemned to death. The King eventually released him, but banished him from Naples. Broken in spirit, Cimarosa attempted to return to Russia, but died in Venice in 1801. Because of rumors that he was poisoned, the government was obliged to perform an autopsy. In addition to operas, Cimarosa left behind oratorios, masses, and cantatas, and some instrumental music. © Rita Laurance, All Music Guide es
dc.description.tableofcontents CD1 Sinfonia-- Atto Primo N. 1 Introduzione (Cara, non dubitar…), Recitativo (Lusinga, no, nom c’é…), N. 2 Duetto (Io ti lascio perché uniti…), Recitativo (Ecco che qui sen bien…), N. 3 Aria (Udite, tutti udite), Recitativo (Signora sorellina), N. 4 Terzetto (Le faccio un inchino…), Recitativo (Chetatevi e scusatela…), N. 5 Aria (É vero che arrivi il Conte…), Recitativo (Prima che arrivi il Conte…), N. 6 Cavatina (Senza, senza cerimonie…), Recitativo (Orsú, senza far punto…), N. 7 Quartetto (Sento in petto un freddo gelo…)… CD2 …Recitativo (Piú a lungo la scoperta…), N. 8 Duetto (Signor, deh, concedete), Recitativo (Paolino ritarda…), Aria (Perdonate, Signor mio…), Recitativo (Lo resto ancora attonito…), N. 10 Finale (Tu mi dici che del Conte…)-- Atto Secondo; Recitativo (Questa inverro é curiosa!...), N. 11 Duetto (Se diato in corpo avete…), Recitativo (Per fare ch’Elisetta mi ricusi…), N. 12 Terzetto (Sento, oimé! Che mi bien male…), Recitativo (Vanne, vanne, la seguita…), N. 13 Aria (Pria che spunti in ciel l’aurora…), Recitativo (Fuggir? Palese al mondo)… CD3 Recitativo (Qua nulla si conclude…), N. 14 Aria (Son lunático, bilioso…), Recitativo (Potea parlar quell’anima inciville…), N. 15 Terzetto (Cosa farete? Via, su, párlate…), Recitativo (In un ritiro? E perché…), N. 16 Recitativo accompagnato (Come tacerlo poi…), Recitativo (Dove, mia cara…), N. 17 Quintetto (Deh! Lasciate ch’io respiri…), Recitativo (Sarete or persuasa…), N. 18 Aria (Se son vendicata…), Recitativo (Venite qua, Paolino…), N. 19 Duetto (Il parlar di Carolina…), Finale II (Deh, ti conforta, o cara…)-- es
dc.format.extent CD1 (57min; 27seg) : CD2 (68min; 01seg) : CD3 (66min; 02seg) es
dc.format.medium 3 CD-Rom. Stereo; 4 3/4 plg es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M.Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 56504036 es
dc.subject.lcsh Operas es
dc.title Il Matrimonio Segreto es
dc.title.alternative La Boda Secreta es
dc.language.rfc3066 Eng es
dc.rights.holder PILZ UK LTD es
dc.identifier.classification 036244711723 es
dc.subject.cdu Ci.02 es


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