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Wydawnictwo: Signum Classics
Nr katalogowy: SIGCD 713
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2022
EAN: 635212071328
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Epoka muzyczna: barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: opera

Handel: Caio Fabbricio

Signum Classics - SIGCD 713
Pirro - Fleur Barron, mezzo-soprano
Caio Fabbricio - Morgan Pearse, bass
Sestia - Miriam Allan, soprano
Volusio - Anna Gorbachyova-Ogilvie, soprano
Bircenna - Hannah Poulsom, mezzo-soprano
Turio - Helen Charlston, alto
Cinea - Jess Dandy, mezzo-soprano
London Early Opera / Bridget Cunningham
George Friedrich Handel (after Johann Adolf Hasse):
Caio Fabbricio, HWV A9
Modern score and parts edited by Bridget Cunningham
The conductor and harpsichordist, Bridget Cunningham brings back to life Handel’s pasticcio opera, Caio Fabbricio first performed in London in 1733 and based on an earlier opera by Johann Adolf Hasse (1732) Caio Fabbricio is London Early Opera’s eighth album in the prestigious Handel Series with Signum Records and is a pasticcio opera, a brilliant and well-considered collection of some of the finest 18th-century Neapolitan arias by different composers, including Leonardo Vinci and Leonardo Leo, selected and arranged by Handel who composed his own dramatic recitatives.

London Early Opera (LEO) is a vibrant, baroque group of instrumentalists, singers, music teachers, researchers, historians and musicologists on a voyage of rediscovery making glorious baroque music and opera relevant today. As Artistic Director of London Early Opera, Bridget Cunningham is a leading exponent of baroque music and continues to create these outstanding recordings with Signum Records exploring Handel’s colourful life, influences and experiences which inspired his magnificent musical legacy.

Recorded in All Saint’s Church, East Finchley, London, UK from 1st to 5th September 2021.

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