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CD91581 Hasse Romolo ed Ersilia Innsbruck 26 August 2011

CD91581 Hasse Romolo ed Ersilia Innsbruck 26 August 2011
CD91581 Hasse Romolo ed Ersilia Innsbruck 26 August 2011
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CD91581 Hasse Romolo ed Ersilia Innsbruck 26 August 2011

Opera seria in 3 acts by Johann Adolph Hasse (1699-1783) Libretto: Pietro Metastasio Cast: - Marina de Liso (Romolo) - Eleonora Buratto (Ersilia) - Robin Johannsen (Valeria) - Netta Or (Ostilio) - Johannes Chum (Curzio) - Paola Gardina (Acronte) Café Zimmermann, orchestra NovoCanto, choir Attilio Cremonesi, conductor

Performance: Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik Tiroler Landestheater Friday 26 August 2011

Source: Radio broadcast ORF Ö1 Saturday 27 August 2011

Edited and tracked at 320 kbps MP3

Warning: For schedule purposes, the 3 acts had been rearranged in 2 parts. Part 1 included the complete Act 1 and Scenes 1-6 of Act 2. Part 2 was made of the second half of Act 2 (scenes 7-9) and Act 3. In part 1, the scenes of act 2 were completely scrambled to end on Ersilia's aria "Con le stelle". In the upload all scenes were re-arranged to Metastasio's original libretto. According to the text, 3 arias are missing: - Act 2, Scene 5: Valeria's aria "Ah perché quando appresi" - Act 3, Scene 3: Ersilia's aria "Perdono al primo eccesso" - Act 3, Scene 4: Ostilio's aria "Fra quelle terrere"

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