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CD10287 Salieri Prima la musica e poi le parole

CD10287 Salieri Prima la musica e poi le parole
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CD10287 Salieri Prima la musica e poi le parole

Prima la musica e poi le parole, also called Prima la musica, poi le parole is an opera in one act by Antonio Salieri. It was first performed on February 7, 1786 in Vienna, following a commission by the Emperor Joseph II.[1] The opera (more specifically, a divertimento teatrale) was first performed at one end of his orangery by an Italian troupe: simultaneously, Mozart's Der Schauspieldirektor was staged at the other end. The libretto was written by Giovanni Battista Casti.

The title of the opera (following Salieri as well as reversed) is the theme of Richard Strauss's opera Capriccio which debates the relative importance of music and drama in opera.

Enrico Fissore (Maestro), bass Vladimir Druzdak (Poet), bass Durdevka Cakarevic (Eleonora), soprano Nada Linda Siriscevic (Tonina), soprano

Festival Opera Ensemble City of Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra Nicza Bareza (cond.)

Live performance: Dubrovn?k, Rector's Palace Atrium 6 August 1973 Broadcast: BBC3 Euroclassic Notturno 25 November 2006


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