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An Orchestral Concert

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KATE WINTER (Soprano)
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA (Section C)
(Led by F. WEIST HILL)
Conducted by EDWARD CLARK
IL RE PASTORE, from which this aria is taken, is a dramatic cantata in two acts-rather than an opera, and it is so described by Mozart. It was composed to a text by Metastasio, which has been often used by other composers, as were all Metastasio's texts-as many as thirty or forty different settings of many of this famous poet's dramas are recorded. The first performance took place at Salzburg on the occasion of a fete given at the court in honour of Archduke Maximilian, who afterwards became Archbishop of Cologne. This beautiful aria is the only number from the work now at all frequently performed.
(KATE WINTER)

Contributors

Unknown: F. Weist
Conducted By: Edward Clark
Unknown: Archduke Maxi

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