Arias for Marietta Marcolini - Rossini's First Muse

GIOACCHINO ROSSINI (1792-1868): Arias from L'equivoco stravagante, L'Italiana in Algeri and Ciro in Babilonia, SIMON MAYR (1763-1845): from Il sacrifizio d'Ifigenia*, JOSEPH WEIGL (1766-1846): from L'imboscata*, FERDINANDO PAER (1771-1839): from L'eroismo in amore*, GIUSEPPE MOSCA (1772-1839): from Le bestie in uomini, CARLO COCCIA (1782-1873): from La donna selvaggia*.

Catalogue Number: 10O040

Label: Naïve

Reference: V 5309

Format: CD

Price: $16.98

Description: Marcolini was the contralto who inspired Rossini to create his innovative brand of comic operas, beginning with L'equivoco stravagante in 1811. This recital offers the opportunity to put Rossini in his context: all the rest of the arias excerpted here date from 1810-15, many requiring up to six other vocalists and most having attractive parts for obbligato wind instruments and, in one case, cello. * - World Premiere Recordings. Italian-English texts. Ann Hallenberg (soprano), SSO Chamber Choir, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra; Fabio Bondi.

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