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Gaetano Donizetti


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Elvida
ORC29 (1 disc set)
Elvida

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This opera contains so much wonderful music, the plot revolving around Elvida (Annick Massis), a Spanish princess captured by Amur (Pietro Spagnoli), the Moorish tribal chieftain. More Info

Emilia de Liverpool - Donizetti
ORC8 (3 disc set)
Emilia di Liverpool

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Here, for the first time the two versions of this delightful opera which Donizetti wrote for Naples. More Info

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Francesca di Foix
ORC28 (1 disc set)
Francesca di Foix

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In this witty and captivating first ever recording, the beauties of Donizetti’s charming score can once again be enjoyed today. More Info

Gabriella di Vergy
ORC3 (2 disc set)
Gabriella di Vergy

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Donizetti’s fascination with the story of Gabriella di Vergy began in 1826. The grisly appeal of the story of Gabriella lies in its powerful final scene in which Gabriella’s husband, Fayel, delivers to her a casket containing the still-warm heart of her lover, Raoul.

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Il diluvio universale
ORC31 (2 disc set)
Il diluvio universale

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Il diluvio universale tells the biblical story of Noah (Noè in Italian). But it is given still further human and dramatic interest, since it also presents the story – and the tragedy – of Sela, the favourite concubine and wife of Cadmo, satrap of the Babylonian city of Sennáár.

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Imelda de' Lambertazzi
ORC36 (2 disc set)
Imelda de' Lambertazzi

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Imelda de’ Lambertazzi immediately precedes Donizetti’s first masterpiece, Anna Bolena, and was written for the Teatro San Carlo in Naples in the same year (1830).

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