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Author Handel, George Frideric, 1685-1759, composer.

Title Amadigi di Gaula / Handel.

Publication Info. [France] : Ambroisie : Naïve, [2007]
℗2007

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 Talbott Media  CD 23833    Available  Ask at Circulation Desk
 Talbott Media  CD 23833  Booklet    Available  Ask at Circulation Desk
Description 2 audio discs (158 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Playing Time 023800
Note Libretto by Giacomo Rossi after Amadis de Grèce by Antoine Houdar de la Motte.
Program notes by Olivier Rouvière, synopsis, and biographical notes on the performers in English, French, and Spanish, and Italian libretto with English, French, and Spanish translations (109 pages : portraits) inserted in container.
"Opera seria in three acts, HWV 11 (1715)"--Container.
Language Sung in Italian.
Performer Elena de la Merced (Oriana) ; Sharon Rostorf-Zamir (Melissa) ; Maria Riccarda Wesseling (Amadigi) ; Jordi Domènech (Dardano) ; Al Ayre Español ; Eduardo López Banzo, conductor.
Event Recorded 2006 July and November Auditori Palau de Congressos, Girona, Spain.
Note Title from disc label.
Subject Operas.
Opéras.
Operas.
Genre/Form Operas.
Operas.
Librettos.
Added Author Rossi, Giacomo, active 1710-1731, librettist.
Merced, Elena de la, singer.
Rostorf-Zamir, Sharon, singer.
Wesseling, Maria Riccarda, singer.
Domènech, Jordi, 1967- singer.
López Banzo, Eduardo, conductor.
Rouvière, Olivier, writer of added commentary.
La Motte, M. de (Antoine Houdar), 1672-1731. Amadis de Grèce.
Rossi, Giacomo, active 1710-1731. Amadigi.
Rossi, Giacomo, active 1710-1731. Amadigi. English.
Rossi, Giacomo, active 1710-1731. Amadigi. French.
Rossi, Giacomo, active 1710-1731. Amadigi. Spanish.
Al Ayre Español (Musical group), performer.
Added Title Amadigi
Standard No. 822186001332
Music No. AM 133 Ambroisie/Naïve