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ROSSINI, Nino Sanzogno

Elisabetta, Regina Di Inghilterra

Wilma Borelli Vocals Pietro Bottazzo Vocals Giuseppe Campora Vocals Coro del Teatro Massimo di Palermo Choir/Chorus Leyla Gencer Vocals Sylvia Geszty Vocals Umberto Grilli Vocals Orchestra del Teatro Massimo di Palermo Orchestra Lina Pagliughi Vocals Antonio Pirino Vocals RAI Chorus, Milan Choir/Chorus RAI Symphony Orchestra, Milan Orchestra Nino Sanzogno Conductor, Primary Artist Glauco Scarlini Vocals Giovanni Schmidt Librettist Alfredo Simonetto Conductor Mario Tagini Choir Master Maria Vitale Vocals
  • Nino Sanzogno - conductor

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Palermo 1970

>>> Większa okładka A <<< "Elisabetta, regina d'Inghilterra, (Elizabeth, Queen of England) is a dramma per musica or opera in two acts by Gioachino Rossini to a libretto by Giovanni Schmidt, from the play Il paggio di Leicester (Leicester's Page) by Carlo Federici, which itself "was derived from a novel The Recess (1785) by Sophia Lee." It was premiered at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples on 4 October 1815 and was the first of nine operas which Rossini wrote for the San Carlo, and one of eighteen operas which he wrote during the time he spent in Naples. Rossini took melodies from other operas to compose Elisabetta, including the overture, first written for Aureliano in Palmira, which is famous as the overture to The Barber of Seville. As Holden notes, with the re-uses of earlier music, "it is as if Rossini wished to present himself to the Neapolitan public by offerng a selection of the best music from operas unlikely to have been revived in Naples." Some of Elisabetta 's music was recycled in later operas and a part of Elisabetta's first aria was re-used by Rossini four months later in Rosina's aria "Una voce poco fa" in the opera The Barber of Seville."