Published: New York : London, 1992 Series:Grand opera, Description: 3 sound discs : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in Language: Italian
London: 433-724-2--433-726-2 (on container: 433-723-2)
The 1st work an opera in three acts; 2nd work opera excerpts
Additional title for 2nd work in accompanying booklet: Giulio Cesare in Egitto
Libretto to the 1st work by the composer, adapted from the opera L'isola d'Alcina by Riccardo Broschi (Rome, 1728); libretto to the 2nd work by Nicola Haym
Synopsis in English and libretto in Italian with English translations (54 p.) inserted in container
In the 1st work: Joan Sutherland ; Teresa Berganza ; Monica Sinclair ; Luigi Alva ; Graziella Sciutti ; Mirella Freni ; Ezio Flagello ; London Symphony Orchestra ; Richard Bonynge, conductor. In the 2nd work: Joan Sutherland ; Margreta Elkins ; Marilyn Horne ; Monica Sinclair ; Richard Conrad ; New Symphony Orchestra of London ; Richard Bonynge, conductor
Recorded: Walthamstow, March-April 1962 (1st work) ; Decca studio no. 3, West Hampstead, July 1963 (2nd work)
Sung in Italian
Giulio Cesare in Egitto. Priva son d'ogni conforto -- Tu la mia stella sei -- Va tacito e nascosto -- V'adoro, pupille --Si spietata, il tuo rigore -- Venere bella -- Se pietà di me non senti -- Piangerò la sorte mia -- Aure, deh, per pietà -- Sperai né m'ingannai -- Da tempeste il legno infranto
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