Rossini: Matilde di Shabran

Rossini: Matilde di Shabran

8.660492-94 (Naxos, CD, 3 discs)

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NEW RELEASE (4 December 2020)

Playing time: 197'26"
Tracks: 20 + 17 + 27
Booklet pages: 20
℗ 2020 DeutschlandRadio Kultur
© 2020 Naxos Rights (Europe) Ltd
Main country of recording: Germany
Country of manufacture: Germany
Sent to a reviewer on 11 January 2021


Listen: Rossini: Passagger che si confonde (sextet, Matilde di Shabran Act II) (CD3 track 11, 1:41-2:36)

Michele Angelini, tenor (Corradino)
Sara Blanch, soprano (Matilde di Shabran)
Shi Zong, bass (Raimondo Lopez)
Victoria Yarovaya, contralto (Edoardo Lopez)
Emmanuel Franco, baritone (Aliprando)
Giulio Mastrototaro, baritone (Isidoro)
Lamia Beuque, mezzo-soprano (Contessa d'Arco)
Ricardo Seguel, bass-baritone (Ginardo)
Julian Henao Gonzalez, tenor (Egoldo / Rodrigo)
Górecki Chamber Choir
Passionart Orchestra
Gianluca Ascheri, fortepiano
José Miguel Pérez-Sierra, conductor

Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868):

Matilde di Shabran ossia Bellezza, e cuor di ferro
Melodramma giocoso (opera semiseria) in two acts, original Rome version, 1821, to a libretto by Jacopo Ferretti (1784-1852), and sung in Italian

CD1
1 Sinfonia
2-20 Act I (beginning)

CD2
1-17 Act I (conclusion)

CD3
1-27 Act II

Recorded 16, 18 and 27 July 2019 at the Trinkhalle, Bad Wildbad, Germany, during the 31st Rossini in Wildbad Festival.

 

 

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